The game ended on the second day of the Sydney Test. India today scored 96 runs after losing two wickets on Friday in their first innings after dismissing Australia for 338 runs. Cheteshwar Pujara scored 9 and captain Ajinkya Rahane returned unbeaten by 5 runs, thus the hosts Kangaroo are 242 runs ahead of India. Shubman Gill (50) and Rohit Sharma (26) were the batsmen to be out. Steve Smith scored 131 runs for Australia. Twice in the morning session disrupted the rain. Ravindra Jadeja took the maximum four wickets from India.