India made a strong comeback on day two as Australia was bundled out for 369 runs on day two at WACA, Perth.

 

Australian batting tumbled on day two as the lead was restricted to 208 runs owing to a five-wicket haul by Umesh Yadav.

 

Earlier, Opener David Warner pulverised the Indian bowlers sending them on a leatherhunt as Australia smashed their way to 149 for no loss at the close of day one.

 

But India made a strong comeback on day two as Warner was dismissed for 180 runs by Ishant Sharma. Later none of the Australian batsmen were able to sustain the momentum as they were bowled out for 369 runs.

 

Young Yadav notched up career-best figures of five for 93 to help India restrict Australia to 369 in their first innings at tea on the second day of the third cricket Test on Saturday.