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India lead by 4 runs after Day 2 of fourth Test against Australia

New Delhi - India ended Day 2 of the fourth Test in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy at 266/8, leading by 4 runs after Australia were bowled out for 262 in their first innings earlier in the day. Murali Vijay top scored for India with 57, while Nathan Lyon grabbed his five-for of the series to dismiss the Indian middle order after the hosts got off to a solid start.

Australia 1st innings: (Overnight 231/8)

Ed Cowan b Ashwin 38

David Warner c Kohli b Sharma 0

Phil Hughes b Sharma 45

Shane Watson st Dhoni b Jadeja 17

Steven Smith c Rahane b Ashwin 46

Mathew Wade c Vijay b Ashwin 2

Glenn Maxwell c Sharma b Jadeja 10

Mitchell Johnson b Ashwin 3

Peter Siddle b Ashwin 51

James Pattinson c Kohli b Ojha 30

Nathan Lyon not out 8

Extras: (b 5, lb 7) 12

Total: (all out in 112.1 overs) 262

Fall of wickets: 1-4 (Warner, 1.4 overs), 2-71 (Hughes, 20.6), 3-106 (Cowan, 32.6), 4-115 (Watson, 38.5), 5-117 (Wade, 40.4), 6-129 (Maxwell, 46.2), 7-136 (Johnson, 53.6), 8-189 (Smith, 81.2), 9-243 (Siddle, 102.1), 10-262 (Pattinson, 112.1)

Bowling:

Bhuvneshwar Kumar 9-1-43-0

Ishant Sharma 14-3-35-2

Ravichandran Ashwin 34-18-57-5

Pragyan Ojha 26.1-6-75-1

Ravindra Jadeja 29-8-40-2

India 1st innings:

Murali Vijay c Wade b Siddle 54

Cheteshwar Pujara b Lyon 52

Virat Kohli lbw Lyon 1

Sachin Tendulkar lbw Lyon 32

Ajinkya Rahane c Smith b Lyon 7

MS Dhoni c Watson b Pattinson 24

Ravindra Jadeja lbw Maxwell 43

Ravichandran Ashwin lbw Lyon 12

Bhuvneshwar Kumar batting 10

Extras: (b 12, lb 16) 28

Total: (for eight in 68.1 overs) 266

Fall of wickets: 1-108 (Pujara, 25.1 overs), 2-114 (Kohli, 27.5), 3-148 (Vijay, 40.4 ), 4-165 (Rahane, 45.4), 5-180 (Tendulkar, 47.5), 6-210 (Dhoni, 52.5), 7-254 (Jadeja, 63.2), 8-266 (Ashwin, 68.1)Bowling:

Mitchell Johnson 17-3-44-0

James Pattinson 14-1-54-1

Peter Siddle 12-3-38-1

Nathan Lyon 22.1-3-94-5

Glenn Maxwell 3-0-8-1

Match details:

Toss: Australia chose to bat

Test debut: Ajinkya Rahane (India)

Umpires: Aleem Dar (Pakistan) and R.A. Kettleborough (England)

TV umpire: S. Ravi

Match referee: Ranjan Madugalle (Sri Lanka)

Reserve umpire: A.K. Chowdhary

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