Despite a good lead in the first inning, Indian team stumbled on 36/9 in the second innings in the Adelaide Test. Now India has only lead of 89 runs. No Indian batsman could even cross the 10-run mark. As of now, Australia has started its second inning and made 4 for no loss (11:21 AM)
India Vs Australia : Highlights
- Day Night Test between India and Australia in Adelaide
- Australia all out for 191 in first innings
- India’s first innings limited to 244 runs
- India scored 36 runs for 9 wickets
- No Indian batsman crossed the 10-run mark.
India’s lowest score in Test cricket history
In Test cricket, India stumbled on its lowest ever score in this format. India’s 9 wickets have fallen for 31 runs. Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins wreaked havoc on Indian batsmen. Hazlewood took 5 and Cummins took 4 wickets. Talking of being all-out at the lowest score in Test cricket, this record is in the name of New Zealand. In 1955, New Zealand were all out for 26 runs in the Test against England. After this comes the number of South Africa, who has been allotted 30, 35, 36 runs in Test cricket.
Australian bowlers continue to wreak havoc. Josh Hazlewood has dropped 8 wickets for 26 runs by dismissing Wriddhiman Saha (4) and Ravichandran Ashwin (0). India’s total lead over Australia has been 89 runs.