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Australian bowling took a turn for the worse and left India to fend for itself on day three of the fourth test, admitted Josh Hazlewood, the Australian paceman.

India went from 6-186 in their opening innings to a total of 336, just 33 points behind Australia thanks to a 123-point partnership for the seventh wicket between Washington Sundar (62) and Shardul Thakur (67 ).

Failure to break off the partnership severely curtailed Australia’s prospects for victory two days before the Gabba was over. Australia must win to regain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, with the streak locked at 1-1.

“There’s a little bit of frustration out there, when they’re six you think you’re on the right track to topple them. But, these days teams are completely beating, especially a team like England or something like that. ”Hazlewood said.

“I think we missed our target a bit, we were a little full or a little short and a little wide here and there, so we just dropped them there a little bit and probably didn’t create any pressure. . we wanted to do it. So, again, thanks to them, they beat it up beautifully and we’ll be taking a look at it for the second dig. “


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