Nathan Lyon scalped eight wickets for 50 runs as Australia dismissed India for 189
Australia bundled out India for 189 before making 40 runs without losing a wicket on Day 1 of the second Test at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru.
While KL Rahul played a gritty knock of 90, other Indian batsmen failed to show patience and skills to tackle the Australian bowling after Virat Kohli won the toss and elected to bat.
Nathan Lyon grabs 8 wickets as Australia push India on backfoot on Day 1 of the Bengaluru Test.
Lyon (58), who went past Brett Lee (53) to become highest wicket taker for Australia against India, was the star performer for the Steve Smith-led side as Indian batsmen faltered one more time after a disastrous batting performance in the opening Test in Pune.
Abhinav Mukund, who was making a comeback to the Indian team after a gap of five and half years, did not trouble the scorers after getting out LBW off Mitchell Starc's bowling.
While Pujara accompanied Rahul for a 61-run partnership, he got out on the stroke of lunch and became Lyon's first wicket of the innings.