How India Blown Away Australia In Delhi – 110 Chaos Balls

How India Blown Away Australia In Delhi – 110 Chaos Balls

Australia started the third day on 61 to 1; they were all out for 113 before lunch

ESPNcricinfo staff

Travis Head’s dismissal in the first inning of Day 3 started the slide BCCI

R Ashwin started the slump on the third morning before Ravindra Jadeja hit a career-best 7-for-42 as Australia lost six batters in the sweep and reverse sweep in Delhi. This is how the wickets fell.

12.6 edged, caught behind! Ashwin strikes early. Nice delivery. Grabs around stump, brings head forward, shaves outside edge into keeper’s gloves | 65 for 2

18.6 huge appeal and considering the lbw! Sounds good for Ashwin. Smith misses his scan and calls the exam. Only the impact can save him. Well, it turned out a lot. Maybe going down the leg? Definitely hit online. Call of the referee on leg stump! | 85 for 3

21.4 got it! huge time. It goes awry at the stumps, as in the first test Labuschagne is caught playing and has little chance of preventing it. Takes tiptoe | 95 for 4

22.6 another sweep and another lbw! Another discussion between hitters and Renshaw critics. It looked good live. Strikes low on the front pad. No bat involved. I took a good stride…but it smashes in the middle half way | 95 for 5

23.1 and another part! It folds quickly. Nice bowling. Full in the middle, takes the edge and is clamped to the slip. Very nice ball | 95 for 6

23.2 Jadeja knocks out immediately after the drinks break. Full and sliding left arm around, instead of turning away. Weak bounce again. Cummins still goes for a big sweep but completely misses the ball. The crashes down into the stumps. Australia is seven down and sinks in Delhi | 95 for 7

27.1 Carey continues to trust his sweeps and backhands. These are his favorite shots, but this reverse does not occur. Jadeja bounces it off the bat and leg stump. Pushed faster, no real turn, Carey does not touch the ball. The leg stump is knocked out. Jadeja and India celebrate. Five-wicket transport for Jadeja | 110 for 8

29.5 Sixth wicket for Jadeja. Lyon falls to his knees. Wide in the groove, on a length and oblique in the off, Lyon swings so hard that it loses its shape and brings it back on its own stumps | 113 for 9

31.1 Jadeja finishes Australia with a run of seven wickets. He holds the ball in the air and leads India off the pitch. No. 11 Kuhnemann aims for the reverse sweep, dares to pull it off the stumps, but doesn’t get enough ball on the ball. He can only bring it back to his own stumps | 113 for 10

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