K.S Bharat scores a century (106, 186B, 12x4, 1x6) on day three to help India A side to take a 156 runs lead. India-A turned the match around and put itself in pole position to getting a result on the final day of the test match in the unofficial test series at the Alur Ground.
The day got better when the two Australian openers got dismissed by the end of the day’s play, where Kurtis Patterson got bowled by K. Gowtham and Matt Renshaw got out due to a spectacular effort by Deepak Chahar, who dived and caught the ball at fine-leg of Shahbaz Nadeem’s bowling effort.
The Australians are set to have a challenging day from the Indian spinners on a deteriorating pitch which is suited very much to them. Other than K.S Bharat, the under 19 star Shubman Gill was in great touch after scoring a very patiently played half century.
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