- India will score 123/2 at tea break time
India lost the second wicket in the third Test against Australia. Opener Maank Aggarwal 76 (161 balls, 8 fours and 1 six) was caught by the pacer in the bowling bowling bowling. The match ended up with 83 runs for the second wicket. After the wicket, the umpires gave the tirebreak to 123 for the loss of two wickets. Pujara has 33 (102 balls, 2 fours) in the crease. Captain Virat Kohli retained the hope of coach Ravi Sastra as he scored a half century in Manank’s debut match.