Australia beat India by an innings and 68 runs in the second cricket Test in Sydney to take a 2-0 lead in their four-match series. Australia, which had secured a 468-run first innings lead following captain Michael Clarke’s record-setting 329 not out, bowled out the touring team for 400 in its second innings after tea on day four. India reached 271-3 before losing its last seven wickets for 129 runs at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Ben Hilfenhaus led Australia’s bowlers with 5-106, while Clarke sparked the collapse by dismissing Sachin Tendulkar for 80.