From 94/3 to 105 all out: Watch India’s dramatic collapse vs Australia in 1st Test

From 94/3 to 105 all out: Watch India’s dramatic collapse vs Australia in 1st Test – After winning back to back in their home season, various critics considered Australia just a formality before IPL. Looking at the form and shape team India is, Virat Kohli and the side were the favourites before the 1st Test match. The 1st Test between India and Australia kicked off at Pune which made its Test match debut on 23rd February. Winning the toss, Aussies decided to bat first on a track which Shane Warne termed as the eighth-day wicket. The wicket was dry and dusty favouring Indian spinners. It was not a surprise to see R Ashwin opening the bowling attack in Test for India. At the end of day’s play, Australia had exceeded their score more than 250 with the loss of 9 wickets.

Steve O'Keefe

Steve O’Keefe

The second day was all about wrapping visitors and batting out Aussies out of 1st Test. As expected the final wicket was taken by Ashwin in 1st over of the day itself. Trailing by 260 runs in 1st innings, lots of expectations were on Indian batsmen. The openers started steady but the team lost Vijay, Pujara and Virat for cheap scores. It was surprising to see skipper Virat Kohli to lose his wicket without troubling the scorers. On the 2nd ball itself, Starc managed to send Kohli back to the pavilion. KL Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane continued to pickup runs for Indian side before one of the historic collapses world cricket ever saw. From 94/3 Indian side collapsed to 105. 7 wickets in 11 runs are one of the most historic collapses worlds has ever seen in modern day cricket.

Watch India Collapse 94/3 To 105 All out vs Australia (1st Test Pune)

Indian side which is known for its batting order was exposed by Australian spinner Steve O’keefe. Steve O’keefe managed to wrap Indian batting order with an outstanding figure of 6 for 35. Even Starc managed to get two important wickets of Pujara and Virat Kohli. While Josh Hazelwood and Nathan Lyon picked one wicket each.

Twitter Reacts To India collapse vs Australia – 94/3 to 105/10

Twitter went trolling after India’s historic collapse. Many cicket fans from all over the world have reacted to the situation on social media. Even many former cricketers and commentators had their say on Friday.

Updated: 24th February 2017 — 11:08 am

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