|Second Test, Perth (day five)|
|Australia: 326 & 243|
|India 283 & 140: Lyon 3-39, Starc 3-46|
|Australia win by 146 runs|
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Australia won a Test match for the first time since March’s ball-tampering controversy as they beat India in Perth to level the series at 1-1.
India, chasing 287 for victory, began the final day on 112-5 but were bowled out for 140 to lose by 146 runs.
Australia needed only 15 overs to wrap up the win – Tim Paine’s first since succeeding Steve Smith as captain.
“It’s a relief more than anything,” said Paine. “It’s taken a while with everything that’s happened.”
The next Test in the four-match series takes place in Melbourne, starting on Boxing Day.
More to follow.
Source BBC News