Records broken in India's tour to Australia

Jan 19, 2021

By: BI India Bureau

​Breaking Australia's formidable record at the Gabba

Australia has never lost a test match in 31 years at the Gabba, Brisbane cricket ground.

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​The best fourth innings chase at the Gabba

The previous record was held by West Indies when they chased 236 to beat Australia in Brisbane in 1951.

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​Rishabh Pant becomes the fastest Indian wicketkeeper to score a 1,000 runs

The previous record was held by MS Dhoni who took 32 innings to reach the milestone

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​Pujara is the 11th Indian batsman to score 6000 runs in test matches

Only Gavaskar, Kohli, Tendulkar, Sehwag and Dravid from Indian team took fewer innings to score 6,000 runs

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​​The highest fourth-innings fourth-wicket stand for India in Sydney

Pujara and Pant added 148 runs for the 4th wicket in the third test, beating a 72-year-old Vijay Hazare and Rusi Modi record.

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​Longest fourth innings in Sydney

Hanuma Vihari and R Ashwin played 256 balls in their sixth-wicket partnership.

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T​op last wicket partnerships

Jadeja and Siraj's 3rd test—10th wicket partnership of 28 is one of the top 10 last-wicket partnerships in Border Gavaskar trophy.

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​Balls faced by R Ashwin in the fourth innings

It ranks 5th on the list of most balls faced by an Indian player and 7th in the fourth innings.

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Lowest total by India in Test cricket

India's total in second innings at Adelaide Test, 36/9, is its lowest ever in Test cricket history

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