India beat Australia by Innings and 135 runs in 2nd Test and lead series 2-0

India thrash Australia by taking a 2-0 lead in the four match Test series with a huge win by an innings and 135 runs on Tuesday.

India win in Hyderabad came at lunch on day 4 with spinners Ravichandran Ashwin (5 for 63) and Ravindra  Jadeja (3 for 33) in leading form. Australia Resumed on day four on 74 for and Australia were all out for 131 runs. This was a Australia's first innings loss since the 2010-11 Ashes series.

Opener Ed Cowan top scorer with 44 runs in a awful collapse of 56 for 8 from Australia's batsmen which followed their eight wicket loss in the first Test in Chennai.

Shane Watson (9) was trapped down legside off the bowling of Ishant Sharma in the third over of the day 4. The spirits of the Australia dressing room sink when their in form captain Michael Clarke (16) was bowled by a  dreaming delivery by Jadeja at 4 for 108.

Jadeja strike again in his next over at 5 for 111 when Cowan was caught at slip after the ball rebound off wicketkeeper MS Dhoni's pads. Without adding up to the total, Moises Henriques was run out for a duck at the striker's end following a direct hit by Jadeja. 

Allrounder Glenn Maxwell finished a bad debut with the bat (13 and 8).Cheteshwar Pujara named for the Man of the Match award for his brilliant double hundred in first Innings. The third Test of the four match series starts in Mohali on March 14.

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