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Australia performs well on day one

As opener David Warner scored a brilliant century and Captain Michael Clarke and Steve Smith scored half century each Australia starts the first day of first test match against India in Adelaide.


Australia who won the toss and elected to bat first was able to make 354 runs losing their six wickets in 89.2 overs at the end of first day play. Their opener David Warner made 145 runs in 163 balls with an strike rate of 88.95 with 19 fours before being caught by Ishant Sharma of Karan Sharma.


Captain Clarke who was doubt of playing the first test because of hamstring was once again hit by injury and leaving the pitch in the middle. As he suffered back injury he was retired hurt on 60.


Smith who came to bat at number four is not out on 72 runs at the end of the day one play. 

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