Ind vs Aus: Team India, broken by two wickets, will break 39 years old record

Team India is now just two steps away from winning the third Test match between India and Australia. India has lost eight wickets for 258 runs in the second innings of Australia on the fourth day of this Test match. Now, Kohli and Company need two wickets to hit the ground in Melbourne. On the fifth day, Indian bowlers have to sweep two wickets and Australia need to score 148 runs to win this Test. Winning this match of Australia seems nominative, but India can make history on the fifth day of this match. Team India will match 40-year-old record by winning Melbourne

39-year-old record broken

This series of four Test matches is on par with 1-1. Team India will like to match the 40-year-old record in Australia by winning the Boxing Day Test. Team India’s performance in Test series in Australia has never been good. Earlier, he had just won two test matches in one Test series in Australia and this happened during the five-Test series of 1977-78. By winning Melbourne, now Kohli and Company will match the 40-year-old record. That is, Kohli’s Virat army stands at the threshold of breaking the record of 39 years old.

Bedi’s team India won two Tests

Bishen Singh Bedi-led Indian team defeated Kangaroos only in two Tests in a series in their home series. At that time, Australia made a 2-0 lead in the series by winning two Tests in Brisbane and Perth. After this, with the help of spinners performing in the lead under Bhagwat Chandrashekhar, India had won the Test in Melbourne and Sydney and had a 2-2 draw in the five-match series. By the way, the Kangaroo team had won the final test in Adelaide 3-2 on the series.

Since then, India has so far won just five Test matches in Australia. He defeated Australia by 59 runs in Melbourne in 1981. India then won 4 wickets in Adelaide in 2003 and in Perth in 2008 by 72 runs. At the same time, India’s first Test match was won by 31 runs. This match was played in Adelaide.

India won the first Test in Adelaide by 31 runs and scored a 1-0 lead in the four-match series. After this, in the second Test match in Perth, he lost to 146 runs. In Melbourne, Team India’s score is huge and Kohli and Company need only two wickets to win this match.

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