India beat Australia by 137 runs in third Test to end 37-year losing streak at MCG and go 2-1 up in four-match Test series [Photos]

Catch the most memorable moment from Day 5 of the third India vs Australia Test played at MCG.

FirstCricket Staff December 30, 2018 15:16:38 IST
Ishant Sharma took the last wicket of Nathan Lyon to end the Australia innings. India won the match by 137 runs which is a huge margin at MCG. India won a Test at MCG after 37 years and 10 months. AP
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Ishant Sharma took the last wicket of Nathan Lyon to end the Australia innings. India won the match by 137 runs which is a huge margin at MCG. India won a Test at MCG after 37 years and 10 months. AP
Virat Kohli and his troop had to wait for some time in the morning to write history as the passing showers did not let the game start for about 2 hours. AP
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Virat Kohli and his troop had to wait for some time in the morning to write history as the passing showers did not let the game start for about 2 hours. AP
The big wicket on Sunday morning was Pat Cummins who gave an edge to Cheteshwar Pujara at first slip off Jasprit Bumrah. Virat Kohli's celebration does the rest of the narration of all that happened later on. AP
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The big wicket on Sunday morning was Pat Cummins who gave an edge to Cheteshwar Pujara at first slip off Jasprit Bumrah. Virat Kohli's celebration does the rest of the narration of all that happened later on. AP
Jasprit Bumrah (left) was adjudged the player of the match for his 9-wicket haul in the match. He picked a six-for in the first innings and scalped three more in the second. AP
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Jasprit Bumrah (left) was adjudged the player of the match for his 9-wicket haul in the match. He picked a six-for in the first innings and scalped three more in the second. AP
The success of Indian pacers has been the key to the success of India in this Test series so far. Together, the Indian pacers have taken 49 wickets in the series so far. There is still one match to go. AP
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The success of Indian pacers has been the key to the success of India in this Test series so far. Together, the Indian pacers have taken 49 wickets in the series so far. There is still one match to go. AP