The Indian team collapsed in 90 minutes on the third day of the day-night test being played in Adelaide between Australia. Team India could only manage 36 runs after losing 9 wickets in the second innings. Eventually Mohammed Shami retired with an injury. The Indian team gave a target of 90 runs. In response, Australia’s Joe Burns and Matthew Wade are at the crease.
Team India won the toss and scored 244 runs in the first innings, batting first. After this, hosts Australia were bundled out for 191 runs.
India’s lowest score in innings in Test history
The Indian team’s 36 runs is the lowest ever scored in an innings of a Test. Earlier, the Indian team had scored the lowest score of 42 runs 46 years ago. It was made against England at Lord’s in 1974. At that time, the Indian team was all out in 17 overs.
On the third day, the Indian team started by 9 runs for one wicket. After this, the team lost 5 wickets in 10 runs. In this, fast bowler Pat Cummins took 4 wickets. Cummins sent Jaspreet Bumrah (2) to the pavilion on his own ball early in the third day. He gave India the third blow as Cheteshwar Pujara. Pujara was caught out by wicketkeeper Penn at Cummins’ ball without opening the account.
Captain Virat Kohli scored 4 runs and was dismissed by Pat Cummins. Cameron Green caught him. Cummins bowled Prithvi Shaw before the second day was over.
Josh Hazlewood took 5 wickets
Fast bowler Josh Hazlewood collapsed India’s middle order with 5 wickets. Mayank Agarwal was dismissed for 9 runs in 40 balls. He was caught by wicketkeeper Tim Paine at Hazelwood’s ball. After this, Hazelwood sent Ajinkya Rahane to the pavilion without opening an account. He was caught by wicketkeeper Penn.
Riddhiman Saha was dismissed for 4 runs by Josh Hazlewood. Marnus Labushane took his wicket. Ravichandran Ashwin was dismissed by Josh Hazlewood without opening the account. He was caught by wicketkeeper Tim Paine.
India: Virat Kohli (captain), Mayank Agarwal, Prithvi Shaw, Cheteshwar Pujara, Hanuma Vihari, Ajinkya Rahane, Riddhiman Saha, Ravichandran Ashwin, Umesh Yadav, Mohammed Shami and Jaspreet Bumrah.
Australia: Joe Burns, Matthew Wade, Marnus Labushane, Steve Smith, Travis Head, Cameron Green, Tim Paine (wicketkeeper and captain), Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, and Josh Hazlewood.