28 Dec 2018
#IndiaInAustralia: Three key moments of Day three of third Test
The Indian cricket team is ahead by 346 runs in the ongoing third Test match against Australia being held at the MCG.
The visitors bowled out Australia for a paltry 151 after scoring 443/7.
The Test match then took a huge turn after Indian skipper Virat Kohli decided not to enforce the follow-on.
Here are the key things that defined today's play.
Cummins bowls his heart out to stun India
Australian fast bowler Cummins hurt India with four quick scalps in the third and final session.
India lost their way after a decent start.
He got Hanuma Vihari (13) with a perfect bouncer.
All three got out caught in the leg side.
Kohli's decision not to enforce follow-on stuns one and all
Kohli's decision to bat after bowling out the Aussies came as a big shock.
India had a whopping lead on a pitch that started to do a lot for the bowlers.
Kohli didn't allow the Aussies to bat again and lost the way in the process.
Australia rallied through Cummins and picked a flurry of wickets.
India have a significant lead though.
Bumrah's variations get Australia into trouble
Jasprit Bumrah played a solid hand with the ball to wreck havoc on Australia.
He picked 6/33 in Australia's first innings.
The right-arm fast bowler mixed it up well with a lot of variations on offer.
He bowled accurate slower balls and got the fuller deliveries to perfection.
Bumrah picked all the key wickets and was well supported by the rest of the attack.
Aussies rattle India in second innings
India are reeling at 54/5 at stumps. Pat Cummins ripped apart the Indian batting with four wickets. Kohli's side lost five wickets for 16 runs. India lead the Aussies by 346 runs with two more days left. Mayank Agarwal is unbeaten on 28.