India vs Australia, 1st Test, LIVE Cricket Score: India scripts history at Adelaide, beat Australia on its soil after 10 years

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New Delhi | Updated:Dec 10, 2018 11:44:07 am

India vs Australia, 1st Test, Live Cricket Score: The Indian cricket team led by Virat Kohli on Monday defeated Australia by 31 runs in first Test at Adelaide Oval, taking 1-0 lead in four-match series.

India vs Australia, 1st Test, LIVE Cricket ScoreIndia vs Australia, 1st Test, LIVE Cricket Score: India scripts history at Adelaide, beat Australia on its soil after 10 years

India vs Australia, 1st Test, Live Cricket Score: The Indian cricket team led by Virat Kohli on Monday defeated Australia by 31 runs in first Test at Adelaide Oval, taking 1-0 lead in four-match series. This is India’s first win on Australian soil in the last 10 years and sixth Test win on Australian soil overall. Also, this is India’s first opening game win of a Test series in Australia in the last 71 years.

Chasing a massive 323, Australia’s lower middle order gave a tough fight in their second innings against an inspired Indian bowling attack before being eventually bundled out for 291 just before tea on the final day. For the tourists, pacers Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin grabbed three wickets apiece while veteran Ishant Sharma also took a wicket.

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Border-Gavaskar Trophy, 2018/19Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 08 December 2019

Australia  235 (98.4) & 291 (119.5)

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India  250 (88.0) & 307 (106.5)

Match Ended ( Day 5 - 1st Test ) India beat Australia by 31 runs

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India vs Australia, 1st Test, LIVE Cricket Score: India win by 31 runs

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    11:44 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    India vs Australia, 1st Test, LIVE Cricket Score: Not going to be satisfied with one Test, says Kohli

    Kohli said that with 4 bowlers picking up 20 wickets in a Test match away from home, especially with the ball that does not offer you so much is something that we can be proud of. But we need to build on this, we can't be happy with one Test match. "We are not going to be satisfied with one Test. We are happy about this victory but this is what we need to build on and really capitalise on."

    11:42 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    India vs Australia, 1st Test, LIVE Cricket Score: Celebrations outside Adelaide Oval
    11:37 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    India vs Australia, 1st Test, LIVE Cricket Score: Rishabh Pant finishes with 11 catches

    Rishabh Pant finished with 11 catches, and equalled the record for most dismissals in a Test by a wicketkeeper, sharing it with England's Jack Russell and South Africa's AB de Villiers.

    11:36 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    India vs Australia, 1st Test, LIVE Cricket Score: Australia bowled out for 291

    Chasing 323, the hosts were bowled out for 291 in 119.5 overs shortly before tea on day five with Ravichandran Ashwin, Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami taking three wickets each for a 1-0 lead in the four-match series.

    11:08 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    India vs Australia, 1st Test, LIVE Cricket Score: Kohli first skipper to win opening game in Australia

    With thin win, Virat Kohli has now become the first Indian captain to win an opening game of a Test against Australia in their homeland. The last two sides have played 44 Tests in Australia so far with India winning 5.

    10:58 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    India vs Australia, 1st Test, LIVE Cricket Score: Cheteshwar Pujara is Man-of-the-match

    India's number 3 Cheteshwar Pujara has been adjudged man-of-the-match for his hundred in the first innings and half-century in the second innings.

    10:50 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    India vs Australia, 1st Test, LIVE Cricket Score: India's last win was in 2008

    Orior to this win, the last Test match India had won in Australia came at the iconic old WACA (Western Australia Cricket Association) stadium in Perth in 2008 when Rahul Dravid was captain. In that match, the team led by Dravid had won by 72 runs.

    10:43 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    India vs Australia, 1st Test, Live Cricket Score: India beat Australia by 31 runs

    India on Monday scripted history by defeating Australia in a Test match on its soil after 10 years. India won the Adelaide Test by 31 runs. This is also India's first ever win in the opening game of a Test series in Australia. 

    10:31 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    India vs Australia, 1st Test, LIVE Cricket Score: India's record on Australian soil

    India and Australia have faced each other for 44 times on Australian soil in the longest format of the game. While India have lost 28 games, it won only 5 matches.

    10:16 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    India vs Australia, 1st Test, LIVE Cricket Score: 1 more to go!
    09:55 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    Cummins departs, India one wicket away from win

    Pat Cummins who was batting at 28 off 121 balls was removed bu Jasprit Bumrah. Cummins was caught was skipper Virat Kohli in the sleeps. 

    09:43 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    Ind vs Aus: Pant drops Nathan Lyon

    Wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant dropped Nathan Lyon. It was a must take catch and could have changed the situation. Pant jumped to his right side to catch the ball but he missed it after ball hit his gloves. Jasprit expresed disappoitment at the Pant's style to collect the ball. India, however, still is the game and need only two wickets to rigtr a histoic win. 

    09:23 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    Ind vs Aus: Shami scalps Mitchell Starc

    Pacer Moh. Shami removes Mitchell Starc (28). He was caught behind the stumps by Rishabh Pant. 

    09:20 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    Ind vs Aus LIVE: Will Pant enter record book?

    Wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant is closing in on record. He has 10 catches in this Test match and two sessions are still left. If Pant has one catch to his name, he will join the group of Wriddhiman Saha, Adam Gilchrist, Bob Taylor, AB de Villiers and Jack Russell all who took 11 catches on on Test. 

    08:50 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    Ind vs Aud: 200 for Australia

    Mitchell Starc and pat Cummins completed four runs after former drives the ball at mid-off. Before Ashwin collected the ball and throw it back, the duo completed confortable 4 runs and thus brings up 200 runs for their side. 

    08:20 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    Ind vs Aus: Jasprit Bumrah removes Tim Paine

    On the first ball of his spell post-lunch, pacer Jasprit Bumrah removed Tim Paine who was playing at 41. Bumrah delivered a bouncer and Paine opted for the pull but got the top edge and was comfortably taken by Pant. This is Pant's 10th catch of the Test.

    07:37 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    Ind vs Aus LIVE Updates: Australia 186/6 at lunch

    Australia were 186/6 at lunch. With 57.1 overs in hand, Australia need 137 runs more to win the match against India. Skipper Tim Paine (40) and Pat Cummins (5) are on the crease. The game will resume after 35 minutes. 

    07:34 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    Ind vs Aus: Big appeal for leg before by Ishant Sharma

    India have taken the new ball just before the lunch. Skipper has shown responsibility in pacer Ishant Sharma On the last ball before the lunch, Sharma made an appeal for LBW for Pat Cummins but umpire didn't heed.

    07:25 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    Ind vs Aus LIVE: Physio for skipper Tim Paine

    Skipper Tim Paine is being trated by physio on the ground. He has an issue in his finger. Paine had a history with finger injuries and even stopped keeping in First-class cricket. His batting at 38 off 65.

    07:17 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    Ind vs Aus: Review for Australia. NOT OUT

    Australia have gone for the review. Pat Cummins on the front pad, forcing Indians to appeal for glove, pad and catch. Third umpire says nothing on Snicko. Cummins survives.

    07:02 (IST)10 Dec 2018
    Ind vs Aud Live: Jasprit Bumrah removes Shaun Marsh, Australia in big trouble

    In a major breakthrough for his side, pacer Jasprit Bumrah removed Shaun Marsh. He walks off the crease after a little chat with Tim Paine. He got faintest of edges, confirmed on Snicko. Marsh dismissed for 60. Australia 156/6

    India vs Australia TestOn day 4, Indians were dismissed for 307 in their second innings which gave them a formidable lead of 322. Resuming at the overnight score of 151/3 on Sunday, patience and almost flawless technique by Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane frustrated the Australian bowlers. The visitors suffered a setback a short while before lunch when Pujara and Rohit Sharma were dismissed by Nathan Lyon. While Pujara scored 71 off 204 balls, Rohit lasted for only six balls and scored only one run. Rahane however, continued to bat on steadily and brought up his half-century. After lunch, Pant was the first to go and then Rahane. Nathan Lyon was the pick of the Australian bowlers with 6/122 and Mitchell Starc 3/40.
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