WTC Final 2023: India dominates Australia on Day 3, Australia 123/4 at Stumps on Day 3
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WTC Final 2023, India dominates Australia on Day 3, Australia 123/4 at Stumps on Day 3: India and Australia are playing the World Test Championship Final 2023 at Kennington Oval Cricket Ground, London.

India made 151/5 on Day 2, Ajinkya Rahane and Srikar Bharat started Day 3, but Bharat got bowled out by Scott Boland in the second ball of Day 3. Shardul Thakur and Ajinkya Rahane played an important inning and made a vital partnership. Ajinkya scored 88 runs, whereas Shardul scored 51 runs.

Australian Bowlers try to bowl on the 4th or 5th stump and with some hard-hitting deliveries, which we can see while Shardul Thakur was batting. Australia couldn’t bat well as they did on Day 1. By the End of Day 3, they made 123 runs on the scoreboard with the loss of 4 wickets.

Australia 123/4 At Stumps on Day 3:

On Day 3, Australia came for Second Inning, and their Batters were losing the wickets quite early as Warner and Khawaja scored 1 and 13 runs, respectively, whereas Marnus Labuschagne and Steve Smith tried to make a partnership but couldn’t stand long, and Smith lost his wicket by scoring 34 runs.

Marnus Labuschagne, who struggled a lot in the beginning, now looks comfortable and scored 41 runs and not out. Indian Bowlers impressed a lot on Day 3, especially Seamers, who kept building the Pressure on Australian Batters. Ravindra Jadeja has taken two wickets for now, whereas Umesh Yadav and Mohd. Siraj took one wicket each.

India scored 296 runs in their First Inning of WTC Final 2023:

Australia made a massive 469 runs in their first innings, whereas India made only 296 runs. Skipper Pat Cummins took three wickets, whereas Starc, Green and Boland took two wickets each and put India far behind in the important tournament.

Ajinkya Rahane and Shardul have led Team India to a decent score, whereas They might collapse around 200 runs. Rahane and Shardul made a crucial partnership of 109 runs for the 7th wicket. Jadeja also contributed with 48 runs in 51 balls.

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