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Captain Ajinkya Rahane returned to the pavilion after scoring 112 runs off 223 balls. He is runout for the first time in his Test career.

The second match of the 4 Test series between India and Australia is being played in Melbourne. On the third day of this Boxing-Day Test, Team India started playing ahead by 277 runs for 5 wickets in the first innings. Currently, all-rounders Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin are at the crease. Jadeja completed his 15th FIFTY of Test career. Click here to see the scorecard of the match …

Captain Ajinkya Rahane returned to the pavilion after scoring 112 runs off 223 balls. He is runout for the first time in his Test career. He partnered 121 runs off 245 balls for the sixth wicket with Jadeja. Rahane scored his 12th century of Test career. This was his second century on Australian soil. Earlier in the Boxing-Day Test in 2014, he scored 147 runs at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

Rahane is the 5th Indian captain to score a century in Australia

Rahane is the 12th Indian captain to score a century in Tests. At the same time, he is the 5th Indian captain to score a Test century in Australia. Rahane has scored 2 centuries in MCG. He is the second Indian captain to do so. Earlier, former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar achieved this feat in the 1999/00 series.

The captain Run Ground year
Mohammad azharuddin 106 Adelaide 1991/92
Sachin Tendulkar 116 Melbourne 1999/00
Sourav Ganguly 144 Gaba 2003/04
Virat Kohli 115 and 141 Adelaide 2014/15
Virat Kohli 147 Sydney 2014/15
Virat Kohli 123 Perth 2018/19
Ajinkya Rahane 104 * Melbourne 2020/21

India lead in 2 consecutive Tests in Australia after 35 years
The Indian team took the lead in the first innings of this Test against Australia. Earlier in the day-night Test played in Adelaide, India took the lead in the first innings. In this regard, Team India has equaled a record of 35 years old. In 1985–86, India also took the lead in the first Test match played in Adelaide. He scored 520 runs in response to 381 runs scored by Australia. At the same time, in the second Test of the same series played in Melbourne, Team India scored 445 runs in response to Australia’s score of 262. Both matches however ended on a draw.

This record in the name of Shubman

Shubman became the third Indian player to score the most runs by making a debut in Australia. He scored 45 runs in the first innings of the debut match. Mayank Agarwal’s name is the record for the highest runs. He scored 76 runs in 2018-19.

Batsman Run Ages Ground year
Mayank Agarwal 76 27 Melbourne Cricket Ground 2018
Flattened 51 22 Sydney Cricket Ground 1947
Shubman Gill 45 21 Melbourne Cricket Ground 2020

Stark’s 250 wickets complete

Mitchell Starc took 250 wickets as well as a record. He became the lowest bowler in Australia to take 250 wickets. Earlier, this record was in the name of Mitchell Johnson.

The bowler Bowled to take 250 wickets
Mitchell Starc 11976
Mitchell Johnson 12578
Denise Lille 12722
Brett Lee 12961
Glenn McGrath 13015

Stark at number 9 in terms of most wickets

Mitchell Starc is ranked number 9 among Australian bowlers taking the most wickets in Test cricket. Veteran spinner Shane Warne has taken 708 wickets for Australia.

Penn becomes 150 wicket-keeper in the lowest Test

Australia captain Tim Paine became 150 wicket-keeper in the shortest Test. He achieved this position in 33 Tests. Earlier this record was named after South African Quinton de Kock.

wicket keeper Country Test
Tim pen Australia 33
Quinton Dickock South Africa 34
Adam Gilchrist Australia 36
Mark boucher South Africa 38
Rod marsh Australia 39

Australia scored 195 runs in the first innings
The Australian team was reduced to 195 runs in the first innings. In the first innings for Australia, Marnus Labuschen scored the highest 48 and Travis Head scored 38 runs. Fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah took 4 and spinner Ravichandran Ashwin took 3 wickets. Mohammad Siraj got 2 wickets in the debut match.

This is the 5th time in cricket history, when the Australia team was all out on the first day of the Boxing-Day Test. Earlier, the team could score only 98 runs on the first day of the Test against England in 2011.

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