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India whipped Australia by 137 hurries to win the Boxing Day Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) and secure a magnificent 2-1 lead in the four-coordinate arrangement on Sunday. Captain Virat Kohli had proclaimed India's second innings at 106 for eight, leaving the hosts to pursue what might have been a record fourth innings aggregate of 399 in Melbourne. Rain wiped out the morning session and Australia continued post-lunch on 258 for eight, with Pat Cummins not out 61. Cummins figured out how to include just two additional keeps running before tumbling to Jasprit Bumrah. Ishant Sharma trapped Nathan Lyon as the home group were hard and fast for 261, anchoring a vehement win for the meeting side.

The success in Melbourne leaves India, the world's best positioned country, focusing in on their first-since forever Test arrangement win in Australia with simply the Sydney Test to go.

It is an accomplishment that Kohli has freely desired since his group landed in Australia a month ago.

Cummins, who is quickly substantiating himself to an entirely fit all-rounder, had kept his side in the chase with a great 61 not out on Saturday.

Be that as it may, he just added two more to be out for a profession best 63 to pursue his vocation best 6/27 with the ball and be one of only a handful couple of victories for Australia.

Paceman Jasprit Bumrah completed with 3/53, following his six-wicket first innings pull, and left-arm  Ravindra Jadeja 3/82.

Cummins aside, no other Australian passed 50 in Melbourne, uncovering their absence of batting profundity and fortifying the amount they are feeling the loss of the prohibited Steve Smith and David Warner.

The match's year-long suspensions for ball-altering run out in late Walk and it is generally trusted that they will be reintegrated rapidly into the group.

Interestingly, India were trained with the stone strong number three Cheteshwar Pujara scoring one more century in the main innings and Kohli appearing and poise, while debutant Mayank Agarwal inspired at the highest point of the request with 76 in his first Test thump.

The bedrock for India's triumph was their 443 for seven pronounced in the primary innings, based on the back of Pujara's 106 and Kohli's 82.

Led by the youthful Bumrah, who fortified his notoriety for being one of the world's best bowlers, Australia were then skittled for only 151.

Kohli pronounced India's second innings on 106 for eight, leaving Australia the virtual mission unthinkable of scoring 399 to win or enduring right around two days for a draw.

Aaron Finch again floundered at the highest point of the request, tossing his job as a Test opener under more investigation with developing theory that he will be hacked out.

He played a poor shot to Bumrah and was gotten by Kohli for three.

Individual opener Marcus Harris tailed him back to the structure for 13 with Usman Khawaja the beside pursue an exuberant 33.

At the point when Shaun Bog was additionally caught leg before by Bumrah for an energetic 44 and his sibling Mitch - another possibility for the Sydney hack - succumbed to 10, Australia's black out survival trusts were blurring quick.

Travis Head set up some opposition with an engaging 34 preceding his stumps were thumped over by Ishant Sharma and when captain Tim Paine went for 26 it seemed everything except over - until Cummins dove in to bring the diversion into a fifth day.

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