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India lose second test against Australia at Perth by 146 runs

19 December 2018

Australia captain Tim Paine was a relieved man after his team beat India by 146 runs in Perth on Tuesday to level the series with their first Test win since the ball-tampering "sandpapergate" scandal that rocked worldwide cricket. We have been getting better over the last few months and I think this is a reward.

The fourth-match series now heads to Melbourne, with the famous Boxing Day Test starting on December 26 and India looking to regroup as they seek to win their first-ever Test series in Australia.

The last man to fall was Jasprit Bumrah, who went for a big shot but only succeeded in skying a chance back to bowler Pat Cummins.

Kohli played down the impact of excluding spinning allrounder Ravindra Jadeja but Australian coach Justin Langer said it had been a game-changer.

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The first one on the flight back home from Perth should be India opener KL Rahul according to Gavaskar.

Johnson was also unimpressed that Kohli didn't acknowledge the crowd's applause when he was dismissed for 123 in the first innings.

'I am relieved personally, ' said Paine.

'We didn't play with the same intensity as we did in the first test match, ' Kohli added.

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"We thought a fast bowler was going to be more productive and more helpful". But praises Lyon for the way he bowled as per the conditions.

"Virat Kohli could not do that with Tim Paine, shaking the Australian captain's hand but barely making eye contact with him".

It was an outstanding bowling effort by man-of-the-match Lyon who claimed a match bag of 8-106 after he took 5-67 in the first innings to secure a crucial 43-run lead to tilt the balance in Australia's favour.

"It's been hard work - the first two Tests of this series have been really tough". His state captain at Baroda, Kedar Devdhar, confirmed as much at the post-match press conference, and the same was confirmed by the BCCI which said Pandya was joining the squad as an additional member for the final two Tests of the series.

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After Australia scored 326 in the first innings, India replied with 283 runs which was largely built around Kohli's 25th century in his 75th Test.

India lose second test against Australia at Perth by 146 runs