Jasprit Bumrah was the pick of the bowlers as India blew away the Australian batting order for 151 on the third day of the third test at Melbourne. They had the option of enforcing the follow-on but decided against it, which means India start the second innings with a lead of 292 runs.
Bumrah took six wickets for 33 runs in the 15.5 overs that he bowled. He took the final Australian wickets within minutes of the start of the third session. India will now be looking to inflate their lead as much as possible. Yesterday, Indian skipper Kohli declared their first innings at 443 for 7.
Pujara hit his second century of the series while Kohli contributed a significant 82. The four-match series is currently levelled at 1-1. India had won the first game at Adelaide by 31 runs. The Aussies bounced back with a 146-run win in the second Test at Perth.