Brisbane: India, with an inexperienced bowling attack, bowled out Australia for 369 on Day 2 of the  fourth Test at the Gabba this morning. The hosts put in a strong start, carrying on with their momentum from Day 1, with Tim Paine scoring a half-century.

Paine slammed 50 runs off 104 balls before edging one to Rohit Sharma off Shardul Thakur. Test debutants T Natarajan and Washington Sundar added to their tally on Day 2, registering crucial wickets for India. Sundar took the wickets of Cameron Green and Nathan Lyon.

Natarajan cleaned up Josh Hazlewood to end Australia's innings. Natarajan, Sundar and Thakur all picked up three wickets apiece while Mohammed Siraj accounted for one wicket.

India starts their first innings and lost two wickets at 62 runs. Ajinkya Rahane was playing on 2 runs and Cheteshwar Pujara playing on 8 runs when the last reports came in. 

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