Pink Test, Day 3: India record lowest Test score of 36, Australia need to 90 to win

Adelaide: India were restricted to 36 for 9, their lowest total in Test cricket ever, during the opening session of the third day of the day-night Test against Australia, here at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday.

India’s previous lowest total in Test cricket was 42 against England in 1974.

With Mohammed Shami getting retired after getting hit near his right wrist, India gave an 89-run lead on Day 3.

Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood blew away the Indian batting order in one of the visitors’ worst-ever batting show. Cummins finished with 4/21 while Hazlewood had 5/8.

Australia need a paltry 90 to win the first Test in the four-match series.

Brief Scores: India 1st Innings: 244 all out.

Australia 1st innings: 191 all out.

India 2nd Innings: 36 for 9 in 21.2 overs (Mayank Agarwal 9; Pat Cummins 4/21; Josh Hazlewood 5/8).


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