India follow on in second Test against Australia
CALCUTTA, March 13 (AFP) - India were made to follow on 274 runs behind Australia's first innings score of 445 on the third morning of
the second cricket Test here on Tuesday.
India added 43 runs to their overnight score of 128-8 before being dismissed for 171 an hour after the start.
Venkatsai Laxman hit 33 of those runs before he was last man out for a defiant 59, studded with 12 boundaries.
Glenn McGrath, who trapped Venkatapathy Raju leg-before in the day's second over, finished with superb figures of 4-18 from 14 overs.
Venkatesh Prasad helped Laxman add 42 for the last wicket before Laxman was caught in the slips off leg-spinner Shane Warne.
Prasad remained unbeaten on seven.