Video: All out for 36 runs.. Team India’s worst record in history.. Australia shared a provocative video..

India Vs Australia 1st Test: In the test cricket against Australia, Team India lost by a narrow score. It was also India’s worst score in the Border-Gavaskar Test series, notably.

India vs Australia: The stage is set for the prestigious Border-Gavaskar Trophy Test series between India and Australia. The first match of this series of 4 matches will start from February 9. Before this match to be held at the Vidarbha Cricket Stadium in Nagpur, Cricket Australia reminded Team India of a worst record. Team India shared it in the form of a video as an unforgettable bittersweet memory.

Yes, Team India was bowled out by a narrow score in Test cricket against Australia. It is noteworthy that it was also in the Border-Gavaskar Test series. In this match held in 2020-21, the Indian team ended the innings for just 36 runs. This is India’s worst score ever.

In the first match of the Border-Gavaskar series held at Adelaide, Team India batted first and were bowled out for 244 runs. After that, the Australian team was bowled out for 191 runs in the first innings.

Team India who started the second innings with a small lead, suffered from Australia’s bowling. As a result, the innings ended for just 36 runs in 21.2 overs. In the second innings, the Australian team came into the ring with a target of 93 runs and won by losing only 2 wickets.

Ahead of the first Test match of the 2023 Border-Gavaskar series, Cricket Australia shared a video on social media of Team India being bowled out for 36 runs. This reminded the Indian team of the result of the first match in the previous series.

Even before the start of the series, the battle between the two teams started on social media. So there is no doubt that there will be a thrilling competition between the Indo-Aussie players right from the first match.

India-Australia Test Series Schedule:

February 9 to 13 – First Test (Vidarbha Cricket Stadium)

February 17 to 21 – Second Test (Arun Jaitley Cricket Stadium, Delhi)

March 1 to 5 – Third Test (Dharamshala Cricket Stadium, Himachal Pradesh)

March 9 to 13 – Fourth Test (Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad).

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