India vs Australia Ahmedabad Test Day 2 review, Border Gavaskar trophy

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India and Australia are currently playing the test match in Ahmedabad. India won the first two matches but lost the third one. Australia is trying to make a comeback and win this fourth match in order to tie the series 2-2.

Australia won the toss and decided to bat first, and they had a great start as they scored a massive 255 runs with only four wickets down on the first day. Usman Khawaja, one of the Australian players, scored his 14th Test century against India. On the second day, Khawaja and Cameron Green resumed their batting partnership, with Green being 49 not out from the previous day.

Khawaja and Green then went on to make history as they made a double-century partnership of 208 runs against the Indian team. However, India finally managed to get a breakthrough when Ravichandran Ashwin dismissed Green for 114 runs. And then took the wicket of Alex Carey in the same over.

In the fourth Test between Australia and India, Australia is doing very well and they are continuing to dominate the game. Usman Khawaja scored an amazing 180 runs, and Cameron Green made his first-ever century in Test cricket. This helped Australia to reach an imposing total of 480 runs in their first innings in Ahmedabad.

However, on the second day, India managed to get some relief when Ravichandran Ashwin took five wickets. Ashwin dismissed Green, and Axar Patel removed Khawaja. Other players who were dismissed by Ashwin include Travis Head, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, and Todd Murphy. On the first day, Mohammed Shami took two wickets and Ravindra Jadeja took one.

India started well with the bat

India’s opening batsmen, Shubman Gill, and Rohit Sharma played well and ensured that India did not lose any wickets on Day 2. India’s score at the end of Day 2 was 36/0, and they are still trailing behind Australia by 444 runs.

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