James Matthey news. Warner created history at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday as he spanked the Pakistan attack all over the stadium on his way to the second-highest test score ever produced by an Australian. With 14 wickets left in the test, Pakistan still needs another runs to make Australia bat again. Paine made the tough declaration call to prioritise the maximum chance of a result and bowling at twilight as more important, with wet weather forecast for later in the match. He finished with the 10th-highest score in the year history of Test cricket and the highest ever in Adelaide.
India beat Australia by 36 runs, if you wanted more details! Keep their campaign on track.
And that's the end of Mitchell Starc who did not gather any limelight with the bat in hand, Carey hit it to deep cover and asked Starc fo the second run, he responded in positive but before he could reach the non-striker's end back, Bhuvi collected the ball and hit the stumps.
He carries on. That's the fastest fifty of the World Cup Can he do it for Australia today?
Slower from Bumrah and he gets his third wicket. Cummins came early into his shot and the under edge traveled to Dhoni who dived forward to take a good catch.
Coulter-Nile has to go. Kohli takes a very good catch at deep mid-wicket boundary.
Slower from Bumrah and NCN hit it straight to him over there. Australia lose their seventh wicket.
Maxwell goes back. He tries to hit the slog sweep over the derp mid-wicket boundary, but ended up hitting it right up in the air, Jadeja came in running from deep to take a stunning catch diving ahead.
Bhuvi, you beauty! Stoinis comes and goes, ball slants in to Stoinis and he lazily tries to defend the ball, ended up chopping it on to the stumps. He has to go back.
That's out! Smith is gone.
The inswing comes in to Smith off the good length, hit him low on the pads, India appealed but umpire Gould turned it down.
Kohli went upstairs after consulting Bhuvneshwar and what a review by India, they got it right. There was no bat involved before the ball hit the pads.
The ball was going to hit the stumps. Wicket needed? Bring back Bumrah. Bumrah comes in, and a wicket falls. Khawaja goes, that was a no-shot from him, walked across the stumps to go over the short fine leg fielder, ended up chopping it on to the stumps and this time the bails fell off.
That's it the ice is broken, Warner, after spending years on the crease to start hitting them out of the park, dances down the track to Chahal and tried hitting him against the breeze and has been caught at deep mid-wicket.
The plan has worked for India. Warner completes his half-century, has come off 77 balls and now he should target the next fifty in quick time. Finch is gone, run-out.
Warner hit the ball to the deep cover and ran, called for two, and Finch responded but the two was never on. Kedar collected the ball, threw it to the non-striker's stumps, Hardik collected it and dislodged the bails.
Finch is going back absolutely gutted and having a lot to say with his mouth.