India bowled out for 272 on Day 3 of 4th Test against Australia

Nathan Lyon (3L) took seven wickets for 94 in the first innings of the fourth Test against India © Getty Images (File Pic)

Delhi: Mar 24, 2013

Australia required only 13 deliveries to take the two remaining Indian wickets on Day Three of the fourth Test. India were bowled out for 272 and have a first-innings lead of 10 runs.

Nathan Lyon took both wickets — Ishant Sharma and Pragyan Ojha — took record a career-best analysis of seven for 94.

Australia fought their way back into the fourth Test against India after being bowled out for 262 on Day Two. An inspired bowling performance, spearheaded by off-spinner Lyon and a mid-innings sledge-athon, reduced the hosts to 266 for eight at stumps. India had a lead of just four runs going into the third day.

Brief Scores: Australia 262 (Peter Siddle 51, Steven Smith 46; Ravichandran Ashwin 5 for 57, Ravindra Jadeja 2 for 40, Ishant Sharma 2 for 35) trail India 272 (Murali Vijay 57; Nathan Lyon 7 for 94) by 10 runs.

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