What was the score of India vs Australia?
Melbourne Test, Gavaskar his a third century Test, Chandrasekhar capturing 6 for 52 in both innings, as India won by 222 runs (India 256 and 343; Australia 213 and 164). This is India’s first victory in Australia.
Which is the best Test series between India and Australia?
First Test at Adelaide Australia won by 285-runs (Australia 441 and 239/8d; India 285 and 110) and second Test won by 180-runs at Melbourne (Australia won by 180 runs). At Sydney Test Australia beat India by 141-runs (India 150 and 261; Australia 552/5d). This series best series in the World of all time.
Which is the first Test won by India?
First Test at Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi Australia won by an innings and 127 runs (India 135 and 206; Australia 468). At Kanpur, second Test India won by 119 runs (India 152 and 291; Australia 219 and 105), this is India’s first Test victory against Aussie. 3rd Test in Bombay drawn (India 289 and 226/5d; Australia 387/8d and 34/1).
Where did Australia win the first two Test matches?
Australia won the first two Test matches at Melbourne (Australia 343 and 351/7d; India 196 and 161) and Sydney (Australia 463 and 401/7d; India 532 and 210). The Sydney Test end at second last over of the match.
India beat Australia by 6 wickets in the final ODI against Australia at Sydney. Catch the full video highlights of the match here. India held their nerve to finish things off in the last over of yet another high-scoring contest as Manish Pandey’s maiden One-Day International (ODI) helped his side get over the line.
What was the chase like in India vs Australia?
The Indian chase had no shortage of drama. Dhawan blazed away in the early overs while Rohit dropped anchor. After laboring his way into the bilateral series, the Delhi opener was in his element, playing his trademark booming drives and cut shots as Indians were in the hunt to chase the mammoth total down.
When is India vs West Indies semi final?
India now takes on West Indies at the Wankhede Stadium in the second semifinal on March 31. The first semi-final will be played between New Zealand and England on March 30 at Delhi. For breaking news and live news updates, like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter and Instagram.