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Australia post 262 in Delhi

Australia post 262 in Delhi
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Ravichandran Ashwin ends with five wickets as India bowl Australia all out for 262 in their first innings.

India have wrapped up Australia's first innings early on the second day of the fourth Test in Delhi.

The tourists added another 31 runs to their overnight total, with Peter Siddle (51) top scoring to help his country finish on 262.

Ravichandran Ashwin rounded off a wonderful performance with the ball by beating Siddle's bat to secure himself a five-wicket haul.

Virat Kohli then caught James Pattinson (30) off the bowling of Pragyan Ojha, which brought up the left-arm spinner's 100th wicket in 22 Test matches.

Nathan Lyon was the last man standing at the crease for the Aussies on eight.

Ishant Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja both ended with two wickets apiece, while Ojha had just the one scalp to his name.

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