Australian batsmen did made Indian players tired with their patient approach and hatched good results for them in the end on day two of Bengaluru Test.
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Day 1 was over and nothing seemed to change when the sun came out the other morning. In bits and pieces India had their chances, many of which didn’t go in their favor, not surprisingly though, given how luck has treated them from the past fortnight. They were outplayed completely on first day in Bengaluru, courtesy a career best performance from Nathan Lyon (8/50), and then during their turn, they couldn’t replicate the same.

Day 2, which was more or less shared by both sides, had left India wondering about how they managed to get over the visitors every-time prior to this series. They looked desperate for sure, mimicked Steven Smith, sledged Matt Renshaw and guess what, they dropped catches, yet again.

Australia didn’t score much, just had a lead of 48 runs even after batting overnight for nearly 15 overs. Though, it was the Indian bowling, precisely pace, which had the upper hand.

A lot more happened and thus we bring you the four most important talking points from the day.

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