Ind vs Aus 1st Test: Today was a very bad day for the Indian cricket team. In the second innings of the Test match against Australia, he scored 36/9 which is the lowest score for him so far. In the first Day-Night Test against Australia at the Adelaide Cricket Ground, the Indian cricket team made this unwanted record on the third day. Earlier, his lowest score was 42 runs, which he made against England at Lord’s in 1974. In the language of Indian cricket, it is called ‘Summer of 42’. New Zealand has the lowest score in an innings of a Test match, scoring 26 runs in an innings.
In the first test match, the Australian team defeated the Indian team by eight wickets.
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New Zealand’s name for the lowest score in an innings
India today made the lowest test score by breaking its 46-year-old embarrassing record. However, India is still in seventh place in terms of making the lowest score in an innings of a Test match. Australia ranks sixth on this list. Australia scored 36 runs in an innings against England at Birmingham in 1902. South Africa is in terms of making the lowest score from second to fifth place. His lowest score is 30 against England at the Cricket Ground in Port Elizabeth in 1896. New Zealand is on top in terms of making the lowest score. New Zealand scored 27 runs in an innings against England at the Cricket Ground in Auckland in 1955.
Talking about India, his third lowest score in an innings is 58 runs, which he scored against Australia at the Brisbane Cricket Ground in 1947. During this match, the Indian team scored 58 runs in an innings.
India got a lead of 53 runs in the first innings
The Indian team, which came to play the first test match against Australia, scored 244 runs. In response, the Australian team could only score 191 runs. In this way the Indian team got a lead of 53 runs. Despite this, she missed to take advantage of this lead during the second innings and she has shown her shameful performance so far. The Indian team scored only 36 runs, in response to which the Australian team scored 93 runs for the loss of 2 wickets. In this way, Australia won the first Test by eight wickets and took a 1-0 lead in the 4-Test series.