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Cameron Green scored an unbeaten 114 off 173 balls with a brilliant century. During this, he hit 10 fours and a six.
In the 3-day practice match being played before the Test series on Australia tour, India-A declared an innings by scoring 247 runs for 9 wickets. Captain Ajinkya Rahane remained unbeaten on 117 runs. After this, the Indian bowlers performed brilliantly against Australia-A, and half of their team returned to the pavilion for 98 runs.
After that Cameron Green took over the innings and scored a brilliant century. Thanks to Green’s innings, Australia-A had scored 286 for 8 wickets till the end of the second day’s play. Green is at the crease scoring 114 runs. In this way, Australia has a 39-run lead over India. Umesh Yadav from India got 3, Mohammad Siraj and Ravichandran Ashwin got 2-2 wickets.
Umesh-Ashwin destroyed top order
Indian bowlers fiercely took the class of Australian batsmen. Umesh showed the way to the pavilion by getting opener Will Pukowski (1) caught by Shubman Gill. After this, Joe Burns (4) also caught a catch to Wriddhiman Saha at Umesh’s ball.
Mohammad Siraj gave the third blow to Australia. He bowled captain Travis Head (18) and sent him back to the pavilion. Rahane was caught by good innings, Marcus Harris (35), gave India a fourth success. Ashwin lbw Nick Madison and half the Kangaroo team out of the ground.
Green handled a loss
Australia were losing their wickets continuously on one side, while Cameron Green was batting on the other side. Green handled the innings with a brilliant century. He scored 114 not out off 173 balls. During this, he hit 10 fours and a six. Green shared a crucial 104-run partnership for the sixth wicket with Tim Paine.
Rahane-Pujara took over India
Earlier, thanks to Rahane’s brilliant century, Team India scored 237 runs on the first day at the loss of 8 wickets. India’s openers Prithvi Shaw, Shubman Gill and wicketkeeper-batsman Wriddhiman Saha could not open the account. Rahane shared a 76-run partnership for the fourth wicket with Cheteshwar Pujara. Pujara was dismissed for 54 runs.
Pattinson took 3 and Head took 2 wickets
From Australia A fast bowler James Pattinson took 3 wickets. At the same time, Michael Nasser and captain Travis Head took 2–2 wickets. Jackson Bird got 1 wicket.
Scorecard: India A’s innings
|The player||Run||The ball||4s||6s|
|Prithvi Shaw Pen Bow Pattinson||0||8||0||0|
|Shubman Gill Ka Harris Bow Nesser||0||1||0||0|
|Cheteshwar Pujara Harris Bow Pattinson||54||140||5||0|
|Hanuma Vihari LBW Bo. bird||15||51||2||0|
|Ajinkya Rahane not out||117||242||18||1|
|Wriddhiman Saha LBW Bo. head||0||4||0||0|
|Ravichandran Ashwin LBW Bo. Pattinson||5||10||1||0|
|Kuldeep Yadav Pukowski Bo. head||15||78||1||0|
|Umesh Yadav LBW Bo. Nesser||24||18||4||1|
|Mohammad Siraj Ka Pen left Stickit||0||8||0||0|
|Karthik Tyagi Not Out||1||1||0||0|
Run: 247/9 (innings declared), Over: 93, Extra: 16 (by-1, leg by-10, wide-2, no ball-3).
Wicket Fall: 0/1 (Shubhman Gill, 1.1), 6/2 (Prithvi Shaw, 2.2), 40/3 (Hanuma Vihari, 18.2), 116/4 (Cheteshwar Pujara, 46.6), 121/5 (Riddhiman Saha, 49.3), 128/6 (R Ashwin, 52.3), 197/7 (Kuldeep Yadav, 79.5), 235-8 (Umesh Yadav, 87.1), 246-9 (Mohammad Siraj, 92.3)
Bowling James Pattinson 19-5-58-3, Michael Nesser: 20-6-55-2, Jackson Bird: 19.3-6-34-1, Cameron Green: 8-4-9-0, Mark Stickitt: 15.3-3- 56-1, Travis Head: 11-3-24-2
Scorecard: Australia A’s innings
|The player||Run||The ball||4s||6s|
|Will Pukowski Cai Shubman Bo Yadav||1||23||0||0|
|Joe Burns Cai Saha Bo Yadav||4||13||0||0|
|Marcus Harris CA Rahane Bo Ashwin||35||60||5||0|
|Travis Head Bow Siraj||18||35||3||0|
|Cameron Green (batting)||114||173||10||1|
|Tim Paine Cai Shaw Bow Yadav||44||88||4||0|
|James Pattinson CA Saha Bo Siraj||3||23||0||0|
|Michael Naser Run Out (Siraj)||33||57||3||1|
|Mark stickit (batting)||1||7||0||0|
Run: 286/8, Over: 85, Extra: 10 (Bai-2, Leg Bai-5, Wide-2, No Ball-1)
Wicket Fall: 4/1 (Will Pukowski, 4.6), 5/2 (Joe Burns, 6.3), 60/3 (Travis Head, 20.3), 68/4 (Marcus Harris, 23.1), 98/5 (Nick Madison, 29.6), 202/6 (Tim Paine, 58.6), 220/7 (James Pattinson, 58.6), 269-8 (Michael Nesser, 79.1)
Bowling Umesh Yadav 18-3-44-3, Mohammad Siraj: 19-4-71-2, Karthik Tyagi: 9-1-51-0, Ravichandran Ashwin: 19-2-58-2, Kuldeep Yadav: 14-2- 41-0, Travis Head: 6-2-14-0