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India 24-1 chasing 292 on 4th day vs Australia

 Zaheer Khan of India unsuccessfully attempts to catch out James Pattinson of Australia during the fourth day of the first test match at the Melbourne...

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Zaheer Khan of India unsuccessfully attempts to catch out James Pattinson of Australia during the fourth day of the first test match at the Melbourne...

Ben Hilfenhaus made an early breakthrough to leave India on 24-1 at lunch on the fourth day chasing an imposing 292 runs to win the first test against Australia.
Hilfenhaus claimed his sixth wicket of the match when Virender Sehwag was caught by Mike Hussey in the gully, as India looks to produce the best second-innings run chase at the Melbourne Cricket Ground since South Africa made 297-4 in 1953.
James Pattinson (37) and Ben Hilfenhaus (14) shared a defiant 43-run partnership for the last wicket before Hilfenhaus sent an outside edge to V.V.S. Laxman in the gully off an Ishant Sharma ball to end Australia's second innings on 240.
Zaheer Khan had Hussey (89) caught behind early.
Gautam Gambhir was on 6 with Rahul Dravid on 5 at lunch.


Updated : 2020-12-02 12:31 GMT+08:00