Ranchi Test, Day 2: India Strong In Reply To Australia's Total
India openers stitched together a 91-run stand to bring the hosts back in the match after bowling out Australia for 451.
The first ball of the day saw Glenn Maxwell break his bat with India fast bowler Umesh Yadav showing off his muscles. (Pictures Courtesy: BCCI)
Glenn Maxwell brought up his first Test century against India on the second day of the third Test match at Ranchi.
Ravindra Jadeja got the all-important breakthrough for India as he dismissed Maxwell after a well-made 104 on the second day of the third Test match at Ranchi.
Matthew Wade took on the Indian spinners in his brief stay at the crease on the second day of the third Test match at Ranchi.
Ajinkya Rahane was the stand in captain for India as Virat Kohli did not take the field due to a shoulder injury.
Steve Smith brought up his 150 and remained unbeaten on 178 as Australia were bundled out for 451 on the second day of the third Test match at Ranchi.
KL Rahul played a brilliant counter-attacking knock for India before getting dismissed for 67 by Pat Cummins.
Pat Cummins got one to rise off the good length area and all Rahul could do is to glove it to the wicket-keeper as the hosts lost their first wicket.
Murali Vijay, however, remained unbeaten on 42 as India reached 120 for 1 at stumps on Day 2 of the third Test match at Ranchi.
Steve Smith and Glenn Maxwell led their team off to the dressing room at the end of the second day's play in the third Test match at Ranchi.