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India Vs Australia Star Cricket Live Streaming: Live Cricket streaming: India vs Australia (Ind vs Aus) live streaming 2011 Hosted in Australia Melbourne . James Pattinson splayed the stumps of Virender Sehwag moments before the end of an incident-speckled session, to leave India 2 for 99 in reply to Australia's 333 at tea on day two of the Melbourne Test.

Sehwag's chancy 67 was typically entertaining - and he went past 8000 Test runs during the course of the innings.

Rahul Dravid was often beaten outside off stump but played with calm and care to be unbeaten on 25, while Sachin Tendulkar survived eight balls following Sehwag's exit.

Ben Hilfenhaus used the new ball with intelligence, disposing of Gautam Gambhir, while Nathan Lyon sparred enticingly with India's batsmen in his first spell of the series.

Earlier, India openers Gautam Gambhir and Virender Sehwag survived a nervous three overs to reach six without loss at lunch after Australia were bowled out for 333 on the second day of the first test on Tuesday.

Resuming on 277-6 overnight, Australia's tail-enders held on doggedly to add 56 runs for the final four wickets before Ravichandran Ashwin cleaned up with two wickets.

Paceman Zaheer Khan wasted little time in dismissing wicketkeeper Brad Haddin and Peter Siddle, ending their 72-run stand for the seventh wicket under bright sunshine at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

But Ben Hilfenhaus and James Pattinson frustrated the tourists with a 27-run partnership for the ninth wicket before spinner Nathan Lyon joined Pattinson to add another 15.

Zaheer made the early breakthrough, tempting Haddin with a wide half-volley that the wicketkeeper drove recklessly, sending a nick to the slips where Virender Sehwag took a smart catch just above the grass.

Zaheer then had Siddle caught behind by captain MS Dhoni five runs later, drawing the paceman forward to nibble at a ball moving away.

Ashwin ended an enterprising 19 from Hilfenhaus and then bowled Lyon as he attempted an ill-judged sweep.

Zaheer, playing his first test in five months after a long layoff from injury, took 4-77 to finish the best of the Indian bowlers, with Ashwin and Umesh Yadav each taking three.