Darren Lehmann side Australia continued their dominance of India with another effective display of spin bowling on the opening day of the second Test with off-spinner Nathan Lyon monopolize the lime-light with a brilliant eight-fer. After winning the toss and elected to bat, India bundled out for 159 in under 75 overs.
The pitch in Bengaluru was usual Indian wicket, which had cracks running right through but they were nothing wide those cracks were firm and flat, though the pitch was a little drier than expected for the opening day of a test match it was typically close to what we saw in Pune.
The New South Wales spinner could assuredly see the correlation between his success and the strangle consistency of the Aussies bowling attack Josh Hazelwood and Mitchell Starc with the new ball to spinner Steve O'Keefe at the another end.
Indian skipper Virat Kohli finished that press conference by saying Pune wouldn't rerun itself in the rest of the series"You will not get to see a performer like that again," he said," That I can assure you."