Australia’s devastating bowling Indian team out 36

The Indian team piled on their lowest score of 36 in the Adelaide Test. They broke 118 years old worst cricket record. Due to Australia’s devastating bowling Indian team could score only 36.

Australia's devastating bowling Indian team out 36

Australia’s devastating bowling Indian team all out 36 runs

In the first Test match of the series between Australia and England being played in Adelaide. Indian team piled up India’s lowest score in Test cricket. The Indian team dropped to its lowest score of 36 in this test. Earlier, the lowest total of the Indian team was 42 runs. Which India made in the Lord Test against England in 1974.

After winning the toss, captain Kohli decided to bat first. India scored 244 in the first innings of the match. With 15 wickets falling on the second day of the match, the Australian team also piled up at 191 runs.

India took a 53-run lead in the first innings, after which the visitors scored nine for one at the end of the second day. But the third day of this day-night Test match proved to be a nightmare for India. And the entire team piled up 36 runs in this innings of only 122 balls.

The devastation of the Indian team can be measure from this. That no player could enter the double figure. And the highest 9 runs scored by opener Manik Agarwal.

Team Score

Bellow is the team score

  • Prithviraj Shaw 4
  • Mainek Agarwal 9
  • Jaspreet Bumrah 2
  • Captain Virat Kohli 4
  • Ajinkya Rahane 0
  • Hanuma Vehari 8
  • Ravi Chandran Eshwan 0
  • Vardhiman Saha 4
  • Pujara 0

While Mohammad Shami retired. Returned and did not come to play.

Watch complete Match score card and commentary India vs Australia 1st Test

Australia’s Jose Hazelwood and Pat Cummins took 5 and 4 wickets respectively in a devastating bowling performance. Hazelwood took 5 wickets for 8 runs in the spell of 5 overs. While Cummins took 4 wickets for 21 runs.

Australia’s devastating bowling Indian team out 36 Runs

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