India Ambushes Australia

Zaheer Khan took three wickets in four balls on Tuesday to wipes Australia’s last chances of making the 2nd test a draw and promoted India to a 320-runs victory in the second cricket test. Australias resumed the yesterday’s session this morning at 141-5 chasing an unlikely 516, lasted 18.4 overs on the fifth day after is rocked by Zaheer Khan, who finished with 3-71. This was Australia’s 7th heaviest defeat by runs in the Cricket History. India, which recorded its largest victory by runs over any opponent, leads the four-match series 1-0 lead. Zaheer Khan held that it would be a quick finish when he crashed through Brad Haddin’s weak defensive push to the sixth ball of the day and he was out at 37. “Overall it was the perfect game for us,” said Dhoni, who was a substitute for the injured Anil Kumble. “We got the perfect start after winning the toss and we were up to the mark in all departments.” he also added.

For the lose Pointing, Australian caption replied “Right from the first morning India were aggressive and took the momentum away from us,” he said. “We’ve been under pressure and fighting from the start. They deserved to win, they outplayed us in every aspect.” All 10 fielders were placed in a distance of 15 meters inside the circle of the bat, for the hat-trick ball,But Michell Johnson defended it. Zaheer Khan’s seven over spell in the morning returned him 3-27, including two maidens. The first test in Bangalore was drawn and India will now head to New Delhi for the 3rd match starting on Oct. 29. Dhoni was named man of the match for his runs. He scored 92 and 68.

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