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India defeated Australia by an innings and 132 runs in the Nagpur Test. Team India won this match in just 3 days.

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Border-Gavaskar Trophy: India defeated Australia in the first Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. On the third day of the Test played in Nagpur, Team India defeated the Kangaroos by an innings and 132 runs. Team India has now taken a 1-0 lead in the four-match series.

India defeated Australia by an innings and 132 runs in the Nagpur Test. Team India won this match in just 3 days. Everyone’s eye was on the fight between the number-1 and number-2 teams in the Test rankings, but here the Kangaroo team looked weak.

The first Test match of the famous Border-Gavaskar Trophy has ended in just 3 days. In the first Test match held in Nagpur, India won by an innings and 132 runs. Team India achieved this victory on the strength of star spinner Ravichandran Ashwin. Number-1 Australia in Test rankings lost their entire team in just 2 hours. India is now 1-0 ahead in the four-Test series.

Australia’s innings was reduced in 2 hours

On the third day of the Nagpur Test, just before lunch, Team India’s innings was all out at a score of 400 and got a lead of 223. Then no one had thought that the Kangaroo team would kneel down so soon. Team India all out Australia on the score of just 91 runs. The amazing thing is that within just 2 hours the entire Australian team was all out. Australia’s innings started at 12 o’clock and the match ended around 2 o’clock.

Australia’s team could play only 30 overs in the second innings. This is his second low-score in Test cricket against India, while India has the lowest score. Australia would not expect that it would be in such a bad condition in front of the spin of Ashwin-Jadeja. Australia’s team got all out 2 times in 3 days.


Australia’s wickets in the second innings

1/7, Usman Khawaja, 1.5 overs
2/26, Marnus Labuschagne, 10.5 overs
3/34, David Warner, 13.5 overs
4/42, Matt Ranshaw, 15.2 overs
5/52, Peter Handscomb, 17.2 overs
6/64, Alex Carey, 19.2 overs
7/67, Pat Cummins, 22.4 ov
8/75, Todd Murphy, 26.3 overs
9/88, Nathan Lyon, 30.6 overs
10/91, Scott Boland, 32.3 ov

Amazing work of Ravichandran Ashwin and Jadeja

Even before the start of the series, the Australian team and the media were making hue and cry that the pitch here has been made only to help spin. This fear of Australia proved to be correct and India’s best spin pair Ashwin-Jadeja did wonders and troubled the Kangaroos a lot in both the innings. Jadeja took 5 wickets in the first innings and Ashwin did so in the second innings.

nd Vs Aus 1st Test: Score of 91 and innings finished in 2 hours… Team India ended the pride of number-1 Australia like this

Ravichandran Ashwin in Nagpur Test-

• 1st innings – 15.5 overs, 42 runs, 3 wickets
• Second innings – 12 overs, 37 runs, 5 wickets

Ravindra Jadeja in Nagpur Test-

• 1st innings – 22 overs, 47 runs, 5 wickets
• Second innings – 12 overs, 34 runs, 2 wickets

Nagpur Test Scoreboard: India won by an innings and 132 runs
Australia – 1st innings 177/10, 2nd innings 91/10
India – 1st innings 400/10

India’s stars in Nagpur Test

Rohit Sharma – 120 runs
Akshar Patel – 84 runs, 1 wicket
Ravindra Jadeja – 70 runs, 7 wickets
Ravichandran Ashwin – 8 wickets, 23 runs

India and australia test series schedule

First Test – India won by an innings and 132 runs
Second Test – February 17 to 21, Delhi
Third Test – March 1 to 5, Dharamshala
Fourth Test – March 9 to 13, Ahmedabad

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