Australia v India: Marcus Harris top-scores for hosts in second Test in Perth

Second Test, Perth Stadium, (the very first moment):

Australia: 277-6 Harris 70, Head 58, Finch 50; Sharma 2-35, Vihari 2-53

Marcus Harris, Aaron Finch and Travis Head scored half-hundreds of years yet Australia were gotten control over to 277-6 by India on the very beginning of the second Test.

The hosts, who lost an emotional arrangement opener by 31 keeps running on Monday,reached 112 without misfortune before Finch was caught lbw by Jasprit Bumrah for 50.

Another three wickets not long after observed Australia wobble to 148-4 in Perth.

Head and Shaun Marsh included 84, however Hanuma Vihari and Ishant Sharma got their second wickets previously stumps.

Skipper Tim Paine is unbeaten on 16, with Pat Cummins (11 not out) additionally at the wrinkle at the nearby.

Australia had won the hurl and in savage warmth, on a green-tinged Perth Stadium pitch, selected to bat.

India’s crease substantial assault limited the scoring at an opportune time, yet couldn’t drive a leap forward until a full conveyance from Bumrah expelled Finch after lunch.

Usman Khawaja stammered, scoring just five keeps running off 38 balls, before a disappointed cut shot off Umesh Yadav represented his wicket.

Harris edged a rising Vihari conveyance to fall on 70 preceding an eminent extending get from Virat Kohli off Sharma expelled Peter Handscomb for only seven.

Australia, having lost four wickets for only 36 runs, looked defenseless however Head and Marsh deliberately guided them to more secure ground.

Nonetheless, Marsh (45) and Head (58) fell in the last session to leave the match, similar to the arrangement up until now, carefully balanced.

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