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In pics | IND vs AUS 4th Test, Day 2: India pile 600 thanks to Pujara, Pant hundreds

Catch all the top moments from Day 2 of the fourth Test between India and Australia being played at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

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Not-out at Stumps on Day 1, Cheteshwar Pujara and Hanuma Vihari took the field as India aimed to dominate Australia and bat them out of the match. (Image: AP)
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Not-out at Stumps on Day 1, Cheteshwar Pujara and Hanuma Vihari took the field as India aimed to dominate Australia and bat them out of the match. (Image: AP)

Pujara completed his 150 runs for the innings in the similar manner as he completed his century. The batsman scored a boundary off Nathan Lyon and completed his hundred and fifty runs in the 102nd over. (Image: AP)
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Pujara completed his 150 runs for the innings in the similar manner as he completed his century. The batsman scored a boundary off Nathan Lyon and completed his hundred and fifty runs in the 102nd over. (Image: AP)

Hanuma Vihari was the first casualty of the day for India as he was caught by Marnus Labuschagne off Nathan Lyon's bowling. Vihari walked off after making 42 off 96 balls. India were 329/5 at the loss of Vihari's wicket. (Image: AP)
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Hanuma Vihari was the first casualty of the day for India as he was caught by Marnus Labuschagne off Nathan Lyon's bowling. Vihari walked off after making 42 off 96 balls. India were 329/5 at the loss of Vihari's wicket. (Image: AP)

Rishabh Pant then batted along with Pujara to take India to 389/5 at Lunch. (Image: AP)
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Rishabh Pant then batted along with Pujara to take India to 389/5 at Lunch. (Image: AP)

Pujara's marathon innings which lasted for a little more than 9 hours finally ended when he was caught and bowled by Lyon. The batsman missed his double hundred by just 7 runs as he was dismissed on 193. India's No.3 received a standing ovation from all the SCG crowd as he walked back to the pavilion. India were 418/6 at the loss of Pujara's wicket. (Image: AP)
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Pujara's marathon innings which lasted for a little more than 9 hours finally ended when he was caught and bowled by Lyon. The batsman missed his double hundred by just 7 runs as he was dismissed on 193. India's No.3 received a standing ovation from all the SCG crowd as he walked back to the pavilion. India were 418/6 at the loss of Pujara's wicket. (Image: AP)

Pant showed great maturity while batting as he completed his third Test half-century. The wicket-keeper batsman got a single off Lyon's delivery to complete the milestone off 85 deliveries. Together with Ravindra Jadeja the duo took India to 491/6 at Tea. (Image: AP)
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Pant showed great maturity while batting as he completed his third Test half-century. The wicket-keeper batsman got a single off Lyon's delivery to complete the milestone off 85 deliveries. Together with Ravindra Jadeja the duo took India to 491/6 at Tea. (Image: AP)

Pant capped a brilliant batting performance when he brought up his century in the 150th over. The 21-year-old notched up his 2nd Test hundred off 137 balls when he hit Labuschagne for a boundary. With that milestone, Pant became the first Indian keeper to score a Test ton in Australia. (Image: AP)
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Pant capped a brilliant batting performance when he brought up his century in the 150th over. The 21-year-old notched up his 2nd Test hundred off 137 balls when he hit Labuschagne for a boundary. With that milestone, Pant became the first Indian keeper to score a Test ton in Australia. (Image: AP)

From the other end it was Ravindra Jadeja who demonstrated his batting capabilities. The all-rounder batted well along with Pant to bring up a 204-run stand. During the course of the partnership Jadeja completed his fifty as Indian total crossed 600. The southpaw was the last batsman to be dismissed as he was bowled by Lyon. Virat Kohli then declared ending India's marathon innings at 622/7. (Image: AP)
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From the other end it was Ravindra Jadeja who demonstrated his batting capabilities. The all-rounder batted well along with Pant to bring up a 204-run stand. During the course of the partnership Jadeja completed his fifty as Indian total crossed 600. The southpaw was the last batsman to be dismissed as he was bowled by Lyon. Virat Kohli then declared ending India's marathon innings at 622/7. (Image: AP)

India's declaration meant that Australian openers Marcus Harris and Usman Khawaja had to battle a short spell of 10 overs. The two batsman managed to bat out the overs and walked back to the pavilion as the stumps were drawn on Day 2. Australia were 24/0. (Image: AP)
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India's declaration meant that Australian openers Marcus Harris and Usman Khawaja had to battle a short spell of 10 overs. The two batsman managed to bat out the overs and walked back to the pavilion as the stumps were drawn on Day 2. Australia were 24/0. (Image: AP)

First Published on Jan 4, 2019 11:57 am
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