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Thursday, May 16, 2019

India vs Australia 1st ever Test Match in Cricket History

Cricket Articles - India vs Australia 1st ever Test Match in Cricket History


In 1947 India tour of Australia first time for the first Test match played between India and Australia at Brisbane.

Don Bradman - Ernie Toshack Stars as Australia crushing innings and 226-run victory over India in the first Test match at Brisbane.

India facing to most experience Australia, Skipper Don Bradman won the toss elected to batting first - Day 1 - Australia managed 1st innings 273 for 3 wickets lost.

Sir Don Bradman played great Innings, He was completed his century and score pushed to 150 plus and end of the day He was unbeaten 160* and Keith Miller scored not out 6*.

Match day 2 - Australia scoredboard pushed to 309/3 Sir Don Bradman still in the crease - He scored 179* and Keith Miller scored not out 19*.

Day 3 - Australia Score declared at 382 for 8- Sir Don Bradman scored 185 - He was just 15 runs short to missed his Double Hundred - Bradman was Pavilion with hit wicket by Lala Amarnath.

And Keith Miller Completed his fifty - He was scored 58, India bowler Lala Amarnath took four wickets for 84 runs and Vinoo Mankad took three wickets.

Highlights - India vs Australia 1st Test 1947 at Brisbane
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India Opener Vinoo Mankad got out for first delivery by Lindwall, Gul Mohammad faced just 6 deliveries to defarted for duck out.

India's eight batsmen pavilion with single digit score and India's batting line-up collapses 1st Innings 58 and India have the follow on and Trail by 324 runs.

but at the stumps India managed the 2nd Innings 41 for 4 end of the day 3 with Chandu Sarwate not out 8* and Vijaz Hazare not out 0*.

Day 4 - India added the 29 runs without wicket lost in 2nd innings 70 for 4 - Chandu Sarwate not out 16* and Vijay Hazare not out 18*.

Day 5 - did not played

Day 6 - India batting line-up collapses 2nd innings 98 for all out in 49.7 overs - and Australia won by an innings and 226 runs.

Australia bowlers Ray Lindwall took 4 wickets, Bill Johnston took 3 wickets and Ernie Toshack took 11 wickets for 31 his best bowling performance to win comfortably.