Day three of Bengaluru Test went to India completely.
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India owned day three, yes that’s true, they did. Maybe for the first time in fourteen days but they seem to take the game away from Australia now.

They were hammered, bowed down on day one and struggled to take any laurels by the end of day two also. Come day three, India did all, played spin well, tackled pace and more importantly reverse swing, batted for more than two sessions without losing too many wickets and in the end held their head high.

Aussies, on the other hand, were looking desperate, uncomfortable with the score and even after realising two days are left and they have to bat fourth. India, after a torrid start to the Test, have now taken the driver seat, for a day at least and look to dominate the remaining six sessions.

There were few moments Australia cherished about and many India felt proud about. So at Sportzwiki, we bring four talking points of the day.

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