Australia win Adelaide Test

India slow rate on first day total of 244 appeared short of average but Team India bundled their counterparts 191 when India looked confident all of sudden slipped on third day went tumbling down to all out for paltry total score of 36 runs. Australia found themselves in threshold of festivities and easily scored 90 runs with loss of two wickets run for first test victory with cheers whereas team India batting disgraced its bowlers effort shelved to path of competitive cricket such was the tumble tale of test match team India.

India dismal batting performance in second inning of total 36 runs,none of bat could not reach double digit figure thus writing on walls forgone conclusion of first ever humiliating test defeat suffered by glossy Skipper Virat loaded with record performance proved helpless. On the other hand the Australian team wellknit with touch of professionalism in all departments of game, especially field setting and bowling aced with action brought glamour to royal game at its best treat to watch.

Australia win by 8 wickets and go 1-0 up in the four-match series. Cummins 4 and Hazelwood 5 wickets respectively were two star performers for the host.

Final scores: Australia were 191 & 93/2

India could muster : 244 & 36 lowest ever score by Team India recorded.

Next match 2 at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Saturday 26th-30th December.

India Australia,Test Day 3 Adelaide Oval on third day Australia win 1st test

Six by J Burns bring Australia win Adelaide test

Joe Burns comeplete half century 51 remain unbeaten. 93/2

Steve Smith not out at 1.

1st Test. 20.6: U Yadav to J Burns (51), 6 runs , 93/2

1st Test. 19.5: WICKET! M Labuschagne (6) is out, c Mayank Agarwal b Ravichandran Ashwin, 82/2

1st Test. 17.2: WICKET! M Wade (33) is out, run out (Prithvi Shaw/Wriddhiman Saha), 70/1

Australia openers are at crease. Joe Burns and Matthew Wade.

1st Test. 0.2: U Yadav to M Wade (4), 4 runs , 4/0 Matthew Wade another 4 takes his score 8.India lowest ever score 36 runs to be remembered record

Innings Break!

India 36/9 with Shami being retired hurt.

Australia need 90 runs to win the 1st Test.

M Shami next batsman with Umesh Yadav at crease.Test to end today ample time for Australia to score less than hundred.

1st Test. 20.1: WICKET! H Vihari (8) is out, c Tim Paine b Josh Hazlewood, 31/9

Hazelwood five wicket chief wrecker.

Next batsman out Hanuma Vihari

Team Australia bowling on third day of Border – Gavaskar test series is excellent form took seven minutes in 20 th overs.

Next batsman at crease Umesh Yadav

1st Test. 18.5: WICKET! R Ashwin (0) is out, c Tim Paine b Josh Hazlewood, 26/8

1st Test. 18.4: WICKET! W Saha (4) is out, c Marnus Labuschagne b Josh Hazlewood, 26/7

India batsmen at 18 over unable reach double digit score.

Virat Kohli out 4 taken DRS find it clean

1st Test. 13.4: WICKET! V Kohli (4) is out, c Cameron Green b Pat Cummins, 19/6.

Wriddhiman Saha is batman walk to crease.

Next batsman is Hanuma Vihari

1st Test. 12.5: WICKET! A Rahane (0) is out, c Tim Paine b Josh Hazlewood, 15/5

1st Test. 12.1: WICKET! M Agarwal (9) is out, c Tim Paine b Josh Hazlewood, 15/4

Next batsman Skipper Virat Kohli.

1st Test. 11.2: WICKET! C Pujara (0) is out, c Tim Paine b Pat Cummins, 15/3

With departure of J Burmah next batsman is Pujara.

TeamIndia’s two overnight batsmen are set afresh on Day 3.

1st Test. 6.4: M Starc to M Agarwal (9), 4 runs , 13/1.

1st Test. 7.6: WICKET! J Bumrah (2) is out, c & b Pat Cummins, 15/2

By Naresh Sagar

Mentor MSME, Motivator, Media Event Org, Management fiscal & Water management.Social Media branding,Internet broadcasters,Propunder of Indian Philosophy

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