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INDvsAUS: India takes 346 run lead on Day 3, Mayank-Pant in the middle, 10 Massive records broken

In the Melbourne Test between India and Australia, Team India gained a huge 292-run lead on the basis of the first innings after reducing Australia for 151 runs on day 3.
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In the Melbourne Test between India and Australia, Team India gained a huge 292-run lead on the basis of the first innings after reducing Australia for 151 runs on day 3.
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While, Indian captain Virat Kohli decided not to enforce the follow-on in the second innings for Australia, which in return backfired India, as Pat Cummins screwed the Indian team with his fast bowling.
Cummins dismissed four key Indian batsmen for the score of 32 runs. On the end of the third day, India scored 54/5 and has achieved a 346-run lead. Mayank Agarwal (28*) and Rishabh Pant (5*) remained unbeaten.

Aussies shattered by Bumrah's deadly bowling:

In reply to 443 runs, Australia's total innings collapsed to 151 runs. Bumrah took 6 important wickets in 15.5 overs. Apart from Bumrah, Jadeja got 2, Ishant and Shami got 1 wicket each.

10 Big records created during the third day's play:

1. Bumrah has become the first Asian bowler to take 5 wickets in Australia, England and South Africa in the same calendar year.

2. Bumrah has become the third bowler to take the most wickets in three formats in 2018. He has picked 75 wickets this year.

3. Bumrah becomes highest wicket-taker on foreign soil he taken 45 wickets in 2018.

4. Bumrahbecomese the highest wicket-taker in the debut year, he has taken 45 wickets. In this case, he broke the record Curtly Ambrose (45) in 1988.
5. Bumrah became the first Indian bowler to pick most wickets in the debut year. Before Bumrah, this unique record was with Dilip Joshi. Left-arm spinner Joshi had taken 40 wickets in a year of debuting in 1979.

6. Pujara, who became the third Indian batsman to score a test century in the first innings in Australian and out for zero in the second innings.

Vinoo Mankand, MCG, 1948
Sunil Gavaskar, MCG, 1977
Cheteshwar Pujara, MCG, 2018*

7. 191 - Most balls faced by Indian openers in SENA country since 2007.

8. Least runs added by Indian No.3-No.6 batsmen in a Test inning:

6 v England, Manchester, 1946 (1st inn)
6 v Australia, MCG, 2018* (2nd inn)
9 v NZ, Hyderabad, 1969 (1st inn)
9 v WI, Ahmedabad, 1983 (2nd inn)

9. Biggest first innings lead for India in Tests in SENA countries:

355 v England, Leeds, 2002
319 v England, The Oval, 2007
292 v Australia, MCG, 2018*

10. Most wickets in this year in international cricket:

77 - Kagiso Rabada
76 - Kuldeep Yadav/Adil Rashid
75 - JASPRIT BUMRAH*
72 - Rashid Khan
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