India’s historic ‘series’ win over Australian soil
Kohli Sena opened today with a historic win over India’s long hopes on Australian soil. India ended 2-1 in the four-Test series as the final Test match ended at the Sydney Stadium on Monday. This is the first time in the history of India’s Test series to win over the ground. cheteshwar pujara was the top scorer with three centuries in the series and has won the Man of the Series and Man of the Match.
cheteshwar pujara (193 in 373 balls: 22×4 ) and Rishabh Pant (159 not out: 189 balls15x4 and 1×6) were declared India’s first innings by 622/7 in the opening Test. The Australians then collapsed in the first innings for 300 runs for Kuldeep Yadav (5/99). India had 322 runs.
Captain Kohli fell to the Kangaroos team after yesterday’s game, which ended in the second innings of 6/0 at the end of the game. Even today there is no rain, light rain. The match was drawn as the match result could not float.
India won the match by 31 runs in the first Test in Adelaide. After that, India won 146 runs in the Melbourne Test.