You cant predict cricket’s match outcome it was proven once again today after Australia demolished Virat Kohli & Co for 36, India’s lowest Test score ever.
India’s historic collapse is their lowest score in Tests as Australia ran riot to win the opening Test by eight wickets.
India’s previous lower record was against England of 42 at Lord’s in 1974.
India on day three of the Adelaide Test started the innings with a lead of 62. Then the wickets started falling frequently all thanks to some striking seam bowling from Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins.
Josh Hazlewood picked up 5-8 while Pat Cummins bowled out 4-21 as India went from 1-9 overnight to 36 all out in just 15.2 overs.
“Everything went to plan today,” Hazlewood told Fox Cricket. “The way Patty started was unbelievable getting the two big wickets and I just followed suit.”
“I thought if we could try and get them out today for around 200 and have a bit of a bat we’d stay in the game but for that to happen in the first hour, that just doesn’t happen,” Cummins told Channel 7.