Sydney Test: Kuldeep takes five as Australia bundle out for 300

DN Bureau

Kuldeep ended the first innings with a five-for while Mohammed Shami and Ravindra Jadeja picked up two wickets each, and Jasprit Bumrah got a piece.

Kuldeep Yadav celebrating his five-for at the Sydney Cricket Ground
Kuldeep Yadav celebrating his five-for at the Sydney Cricket Ground

Sydney (Australia): Kuldeep Yadav starred once again with the ball to help India restrict Australia to 300 runs on Day 4 of the fourth Test here at the Sydney Cricket Ground SCG on Sunday.

Kuldeep ended the first innings with a five-for while Mohammed Shami and Ravindra Jadeja picked up two wickets each, and Jasprit Bumrah got a piece.

India enjoyed their command as the morning session was washed out due to persistent drizzle and bad light. The visitors took the new ball as soon as the second session started.

Pat Cummins and Peter Handscomb, who were holding the crease for the hosts on the third day, resumed the first innings for Australia.

To get an early breakthrough, Shami dismissed Cummins (25) on the third delivery with the new ball.

Bumrah took his first wicket of the match in the name of Handscomb (37).

Australia's last recognised batsman, Nathan Lyon was too sent back to the pavilion as ace spinner Kuldeep trapped Lyon for a duck.

After a brief fightback from Mitchell Starc(29*) and  Josh Hazlewood (21), Kuldeep again came into the picture and ended a 42-run stand. The spinner picked up his fifth wicket of the match in the name of Hazlewood. The hosts are trailing by 322 runs. (ANI)

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