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Brisbane, Dec 18 Indian pacer Umesh Yadav picked up three wickets to restrict Australia to 221 runs for four, in reply to India’s first innings score of 408, when bad light stopped play on the second day of the second Test here Thursday. Umesh was the pick of the Indian bowlers, bowling an accurate line and length to claim three for 48 from his 13 overs. He dismissed well-set batsmen Chris Rogers (55), David Warner (29), Shun Marsh (32). Also Read - Proud Moment! 17-Year-Old Surat Girl Appointed Green Ambassador By United Nations Environment Programme

Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin (one for 66) took the other wicket (Shane Watson 25). Skipper Steven Smith was leading the home team’s charge, with an unbeaten knock of 65 with Mitchell Marsh (batting seven) in tow, when bad light halted play. Catch how the action unfolded on day Two of the second Test match between India and Australia at Brisbane here Also Read - 16 Countries Provide Visa-Free Entry to Indian Passport Holders: Govt Tells Rajya Sabha