Jasprit Bumrah, Pat Cummins shine on Day 3 as visitors reach 54/5 in second innings, lead by 346 runs [Photos]

Catch the key moments from third India vs Australia Test match being played in MCG.

FirstCricket Staff December 28, 2018 14:29:15 IST
Indian cricket team was a happy unit on Day 3 as they bowled Australians out for just 151 in first innings, taking a massive 292-run lead. But Kohli decided to bat and not enforce the follow-on which surprised many. AP
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Indian cricket team was a happy unit on Day 3 as they bowled Australians out for just 151 in first innings, taking a massive 292-run lead. But Kohli decided to bat and not enforce the follow-on which surprised many. AP
The hero on Day 3 for India was Jasprit Bumrah, who picked a six-wicket haul for the visitors. In this picture, he is seen celebrating the wicket of Shaun Marsh which came just before tea through a lovely slower yorker which trapped Marsh in front of the wickets. AP
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The hero on Day 3 for India was Jasprit Bumrah, who picked a six-wicket haul for the visitors. In this picture, he is seen celebrating the wicket of Shaun Marsh which came just before tea through a lovely slower yorker which trapped Marsh in front of the wickets. AP
Ravindra Jadeja proved that dropping him at Perth was not the right decision as at MCG, where there was not supposed to be any help for spinners, he grabbed two important wickets and that too at an economy of 1.80. AP
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Ravindra Jadeja proved that dropping him at Perth was not the right decision as at MCG, where there was not supposed to be any help for spinners, he grabbed two important wickets and that too at an economy of 1.80. AP
Pat Cummins was on fire in second innings, getting rid of India's top order in a jiffy. He removed Hanuma Vihari, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane to stage a little comeback for the hosts who are still out of this contest. Aussies took 5 Indian wickets by the end of the day as India reached 54/5 at stumps, leading by 346 runs. AP
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Pat Cummins was on fire in second innings, getting rid of India's top order in a jiffy. He removed Hanuma Vihari, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane to stage a little comeback for the hosts who are still out of this contest. Aussies took 5 Indian wickets by the end of the day as India reached 54/5 at stumps, leading by 346 runs. AP
Mayank Agarwal (Left) played another significant knock for India late in the day. As the wickets tumbled by at the other end in second innings, Mayank held his fort at his end. He is currently batting at 28. AP
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Mayank Agarwal (Left) played another significant knock for India late in the day. As the wickets tumbled by at the other end in second innings, Mayank held his fort at his end. He is currently batting at 28. AP