India collapsed awfully in the 2nd innings, registered the lowest total in a Test innings
India scored the lowest in test ever on the 3rd day of the 1st test. India registered their lowest ever score in a Test innings in the ongoing match against Australia at Adelaide on Saturday, December 19th.
India was batting at 9/1 at the end of day 2. But in the first session of day 3 Indian batsmen had probably the worst start ever in the history of Indian cricket. They could only manage to notch up 25 runs in 15.2 overs before declaring the innings at 36 runs, due to Mohammad Shami’s injured hand off a bouncer by Pat Cummins.
For India, Mayank Agarwal made the highest 9 runs in the 2nd innings.
Australian bowlers ripped through the Indian batting lineup by bowling incredibly. Josh Hazlewood picked up his 7th fifer in test cricket, returning with 8/5 in 5 overs. On the other hand, Cummins bagged 4 wickets for 21 runs in 10.2 overs
36 runs in test inning, India scored the lowest in test. Now Australia needs only 90 runs to win the match.
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