The difficulties for India (India vs Australia) are increasing on the present tour of Australia. Team India is struggling with injuries. Along with this, the fatigue of sledging and bio bubbles also dominate the team. The Indian cricket team has performed brilliantly so far. Hopefully, this tour will also be memorable for India.
Team India started this tour in the absence of Ishant Sharma, the greatest bowler of Test cricket. Rohit Sharma also did not play in the first two Tests. In the first Test played in Adelaide, India’s team was piled on 36 runs. Virat Kohli returned home after the first Test.
The Australian team was looking to avenge the 2018-19 series by winning the series, but the leadership of Ajinkya Rahane (Ajinkya Rahane) has given a new impetus to Team India. In Melbourne, Team India avenged the defeat of the first Test by defeating Australia by 8 wickets and made the series 1-1. In the absence of Virat Kohli, Shubman Gill and Mohammed Siraj made their debut and showed their best.
By the end of the second Test, apart from Kohli, the Indian team was also missing Mohammed Shami due to injury. Australia has not lost any Test in Gabba since 1988 Australia lost a Test from the West Indies in 1988 at The Gaba Ground in Brisbane.
Australia has played 31 Tests in Gabba and has been unbeaten. He has won 24 Tests. There are 7 matches drawn. India played six Tests here, lost five and drew one. In 2003, India played a draw test under the direction of Sourav Ganguly.
In this, Ganguly played an innings of 144 runs. Writing a big score on Gaba’s board has been the key to Australia’s victory. Sydney Test … a match that hardly any Indian cricket fan will forget. The match in which India’s defeat was being decided, was drawn by the players of Team India with their restraint and fearless style. In Sydney, the big players of Australia stopped speaking and the series remained equal 1-1. Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin had a big hand in drawing the Sydney Test, this player cooled the fire-breathing bowlers of Australia while performing brilliantly with the bat.
Ashwin faced an unbeaten 39 runs facing 128 balls and stood at the crease for 259 balls with Hanuma Vihari. This innings of Ashwin is one of the most special moments of his Test career because he was going through unbearable backache during this time.
Ashwin could not even bow down on the fourth day of the Sydney Test but despite this, he came out to bat on the fifth day and he put a peg on the crease. How difficult was Ashwin (Ravichandran Ashwin) during the Sydney Test and how emotional he became after drawing the match has been revealed by his wife Prithi Ashwin.