In the Sydney Test match played between India and Australia, we did a work that no team could have been able to do for the past 71 years. The Indian team followed Australia in the Sydney Test match and broke the kangaroos’ gurur. This is the first time in the last 71 years that Australia has forced a team to come to their home and play on follow-on. The special thing is that this is not done by anyone, Virat Kohli of Virat Kohli has done it.
India created history:
After winning the Test series, the Indian team ended the waiting period of 71 years, along with team India became the first Asian team to beat Australia in the same home. Earlier, Australia could only beat only four countries in their home series. The four countries are England, West Indies, New Zealand, and South Africa.
The first Test match between India and Australia was played in Adelaide. India won by 31 runs in this match. The second Test match was played in Perth, and in this match, Australia defeated India and leveled the series 1-1. After this, the Boxing Day Test was played in Melbourne. In this third match, Kohli’s Virat Sena made a 2-1 lead in the series by churning the Kangaroos with their best performance.
The fourth and last Test match of this series began in Sydney. In this match, the Indian team had done a fine performance by scoring on the Kangaroo, but poor light and rain saved the Kangaroos from being shy of 3-1 and the series ended with a scoreline of 2-1. Kangaroo shies even losing 2-1:
Indian team embarrassed the kangaroos by the following follow-up in Australia in the Sydney Test match. With this follow-on, the 71-year-old guru of Kangaroos also got shattered, because this was the first time in the last 71 years that Australia had forced a team to come and follow the follow-on to their home. India scored the first bat in Sydney, scoring a huge score of 622 runs. After declaring an innings on a score of 622, India conceded Australia’s first innings of 300 runs and captain Kohli advised Australia to follow on after looking at the 322-run lead. As soon as Australia’s team came to play follow-on, the guts of the kangaroos were shattered.