Under the Captaincy of Virat Kohli India got the lowest total in Test

Under the Captaincy of Virat Kohli India got the lowest total in Test

On 19th December Indian Skipper Virat Kohli struggled with the embarrassment of driving India to its lowest Test score of 36, yet incidentally, it was additionally under him that the Indian team indented up its most elevated score of 759-7 against England precisely in 2016. India was confined to the least all out in their Test history after Mohammed Shami needed to wander off with a physical issue. The injury implied that the India scoreboard read 36runs with 9 wickets, six runs low on the 42 they scored against England at Lord’s Cricket Ground in 1974.

Australia vs India (1-0 lead in the series)
Australia vs India (1-0 lead in the series)

Two Australian bowlers Hazlewood and Cummins destroyed India’s batting line-up almost immediately and has placed the home side in shaft position with regards to asserting triumph in the 1st test of India vs Australia in Adelaide. In addition to the fact that it was agonizing to watch any semblance of Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane leave in a steady progression to the dressing room, however, it was likewise hard to process the way that the match was in India’s grip for a superior piece of two days yet they let it go.

The lone issue was that the acclaimed Indian batting arrangement ran into a started up Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins, who realized that it was so pivotal to get early wickets and put India under tension. Josh Hazlewood joined at 200 wickets in test matches by taking exciting bowling figures of 5 wickets with 8 runs and Cummins accepting 4-21 as India lost eight wickets for just 27 runs inside the 1st session to get bowled out for 36 in only 21 overs.

Indian Skipper Virat Kohli said that “We had a lead of sixty runs coming and just imploded. At the point when you buckle down for two days and put yourself in a solid position and afterward an hour sets you in a place where it’s in a real sense difficult to win. I think it was the outlook, it was exceptionally apparent. It was a mix of the absence of goal and Hazlewood and Cummins are hitting their zones”.