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IND vs AUS: Australia still 316 runs behind, Kuldeep picks 5 wickets, 5 Big records created on day 4

The fourth and final Test match between India and Australia is being played in SCG. On the fourth day, Australia bundled out for 300 runs in the first innings and India gained 322 runs lead on the basis of the first innings and Virat Kohli asked Australia to follow-on.
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The fourth and final Test match between India and Australia is being played in SCG. On the fourth day, Australia bundled out for 300 runs in the first innings and India gained 322 runs lead on the basis of the first innings and Virat Kohli asked Australia to follow-on. 
 Marcus Harris top scored with 79 runs for Australia. While, on behalf of India, Kuldeep Yadav took five for 99 runs, Shami and Ravindra Jadeja took two wickets each and Bumrah picked one wicket.
In the second Innings, Australia scored 6 runs without losing any wicket after umpires called the playoff due to bad light. Australia still 316 runs behind India on the basis of first innings. During this period 5 big records have been made on Day 4, let's see.

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

355 v England, Leeds, 2002 322 v Australia, SCG, 2019* 319 v England, The Oval, 2007 292 v Australia, MCG, 2018

2. India enforcing follow-on under the captaincy of Virat Kohli:

India has imposed follow-on five times previously under Kohli's captaincy - they won four by an innings margin while one was a rain-marred draw in Fatullah. Nnnvs Ban, FatullaIh,2015 (Drawn) vs Wi, North Sound, 2016 (Won) vs SL, Colombo (SSC), 2017 (Won) vs SL, Pallekele, 2017 (Won) vs WI, Rajkot,2018 (Won) vs Australia, SCG,2019* (?)

3. Kuldeep Yadav becomes first Indian bowler to achieve this record:

After finishing with the second best figures (5/99) of his career in Sydney test, Kuldeep Yadav becomes the first ever Indian bowler to take 5 wickets to haul outside Sub-continent in all three formats of the game.

4. Kuldeep Yadav becomes world's second bowler in this case:

Kuldeep Yadav becomes only the second bowler in the world to take five-for by a visiting spinner in Australia in Tests before Kuldeep Yadav, Rangana Herath of Sri Lanka had achieved this feat in Hobart in 2012.

5. Team India creates history after enforcing follow-on:

India becomes the first team in last 30 years to enforce the follow-on on Australia in Australia. The last time Australia were forced to follow-on at home was in February 1988 - vs England also at Sydney. Since then Australia had played 172 Tests without ever following on at home before today.
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