Yahoo7 News Australia – Australia’s Marcus Harris (L) reacts after being dismissed by India’s Ravindra Jadeja on the third day of their fourth and final Test match, at the Sydney Cricket Ground, on January 5, 2019

A fired up Marcus Harris blazed an unbeaten 77 as Australia showed some backbone in the final Test at Sydney on Saturday as they work to reel in India’s huge first innings total.

Summary

  • Australia’s Marcus Harris (L) reacts after being dismissed by India’s Ravindra Jadeja on the third day of their fourth and final Test match, at the Sydney Cricket Ground, on January 5, 2019A fired up Marcus Harris blazed an unbeaten 77 as Australia showed some backbone in the final Test at Sydney on Saturday as they work to reel in India’s huge first innings total.
  • India took a stranglehold on the match over the opening two days, compiling a massive 622 for seven declared on the back of centuries from irrepressible Cheteshwar Pujara and livewire Rishabh Pant.
  • On a day when the Sydney Cricket Ground was a sea of pink to mark a breast cancer awareness initiative, he was dismissed after mistiming a shot off wrist-spinner Kuldeep Yadav with Pujara taking an easy catch.
  • So far, none of Australia’s batsmen has managed to reach three figures the entire series, while India has had a field day, compiling five centuries.
  • Australia’s Marcus Harris (L) reacts after being dismissed by India’s Ravindra Jadeja on the third day of their fourth and final Test match, at the Sydney Cricket Ground, on January 5, 2019


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