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India loses by making lowest recorded score of 36

19-12-2020 16:02:34
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The Indian cricket team, displaying the most embarrassing batting, collapsed to a record minimum score of 36 in their first session on Saturday, on the third day of the day-night Test match against Australia and in this match Defeated by eight wickets. Australia thus took a 1-0 lead in the four-match series.

India's most successful Test captain Virat Kohli will return home after this embarrassing defeat. Virat will return home due to the birth of his child and Ajinkya Rahane will captain the remaining three Tests. But under the captaincy of Virat, the day of 19 December 2020 has been recorded in embarrassing letters.

India scored their lowest ever score of 36 in their 88-year Test history and broke the record for their lowest score of 42 against England on 20 June 1974 at Lord's. India scored the fifth lowest score in Test history.

Australia got the target of 90 runs to win this day-night match with pink ball and won the match by scoring 93 runs for two wickets in 21 overs. For Australia, Joe Burns scored the most unbeaten 51 runs in 63 balls with the help of seven fours and a six, Matthew Wade scored 33 runs with the help of five fours in 53 balls and Marnus Labushen scored six runs while Steven Smith scored an unbeaten run. are.

For India, off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin took one wicket for 16 runs in six overs, while fast bowlers Umesh Yadav stood vacant for 49 runs in eight overs and Jasprit Bumrah 27 runs in seven overs.

After the team collapsed for 36 runs, there was no strength left among the Indian bowlers that they would have been able to do some struggle. Like the batsmen, the bowlers also surrendered. India had a lead of 53 runs in the first innings while in the second innings they scored 36 runs for nine wickets. Fast bowler Mohammad Shami retired and he had to go out of the ground and India's second innings ended with that.

This shameful performance of the team has caused a wave of anger in the entire Indian cricket world and all the players have strongly criticized Team India in one voice.


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