India 189 (Rahul 90, Lyon 8-50) and 274 (Pujara 92, Rahane 52, Rahul 51, Hazlewood 6-67) beat Australia 276 (S Marsh 66, Renshaw 60, Jadeja 6-63) and 112 (Ashwin 6-41) by 75 runs
|India||189 & 274 all out (97.1 overs)|
|Australia||276 & 112 all out (35.4 overs)|
India put in one of their best bowling performances under pressure in recent times to defend a total of 188 in the second India v Australia Test at the Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore on Day 4, beating Australia by 75 runs. They thus brushed aside the harrowing Pune defeat and brought 1-1 parity in the four-match series. At the forefront of the Indian victory on day four was a certain Ravichandran Ashwin who picked up six for 41, en route to becoming India’s fifth most successful Test bowler.