Team India suffer annihilation on Day-2 of the Adelaide test match. The horrendous performance from the batsmen stunned fans back in India and across the globe. The visitors’ side was dismissed at a score of 36 runs in 21.2 overs. And, Indian cricket team has been heavily criticized by the fans and former cricketers for their horrendous performance in Pink-Ball Test. Meanwhile, Virender Sehwag, the former Indian opener has hilariously trolled Virat Kohli & Co. for giving the worse performance in the history of Indian Test cricket.
Everything in Adelaide started on Day-2 with the wicket of nightwatchman Jasprit Bumrah and Pat Cummins was the bowler to strike for the hosts. And, after four overs, Cheteshwar Pujara also went back to the pavilion playing an irresponsible stroke. It looked like Virat Kohli will sincerely rescue his team with the help of a good knock. But that never happened.
India All-Out At 36 Runs In 2nd Innings, Virender Sehwag Hilariously Trolls Indian Batsmen
Indian middle-order collapsed like pack of cards against Australia’s pace bowling attack duo Josh Hazelwood and Pat Cummins. Mayank Agarwal, Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane, and Wriddhiman Saha were sent back to the pavilion within a span of six overs. None of the Indian batsmen could record a double-digit score in the 2nd innings. At the score of 15 runs, half of the Indian team was already dismissed, and rest there was nothing much left for the Aussie pacers to worry about in the game. In the end, visitors managed only 36 runs before getting all-out. Cummins took a four-wicket haul and Josh Hazelwood registered an amazing five-wicket haul in the 2nd innings.
Virender Sehwag was criticized Indian batsman in his own style. He took to his official Twitter handle and shared a post that read,” 19/6 , the earliest 6 wickets India have lost in their test history. Surrender kar diye bilkul yaar. Par thodi umeed abhi bhi karni chahiye, kya pata, kuch jaadoo ho jaaye.”
This is the lowest total record by Team India in Australia ever in cricketing history. And, this is the rare occasion after 1924 when none of the batsmen managed to score in double-digits in an innings.