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1st Test Australia vs India: Virat Kohli-Led India Create History, Sets Twitter on Fire
1st Test Australia vs India: Indian cricket team created history at Adelaide by defeating Australia by 31 runs. This is the first time India has won the first Test of the series in Australia.
1st Test Australia vs India: Indian cricket team created history at Adelaide by defeating Australia by 31 runs. This is the first time India has won the first Test of the series in Australia. This is also their first win in a decade and their sixth win in Australia. Cheteshwar Pujara bagged the Man of the Match for his 123 and 71 in the two innings. The bowlers upped their game and came to the party in both the innings to help India take a 1-0 lead in the four-match Test series.
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That has instantly set Twitter on fire.
Amazing grit displayed by the Australian lower order, but this is a moment to savour for a long time for Team India. The bowlers gave it everything and let’s just enjoy this and carry the momentum into the Perth Test #AusvInd
— VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) December 10, 2018
Test Cricket is Best Cricket. Great fight by Australia in the end but India were too good. Winning after being 41-4 in first innings is a special effort. Outstanding Test match for Pujara and great effort from our bowlers. Promises to be a great series #AusvInd pic.twitter.com/PEYzKuBsap
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) December 10, 2018
— Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) December 10, 2018
— Umang Pabari (@UPStatsman) December 10, 2018
— ICC (@ICC) December 10, 2018
— Andrew Ramsey (@ARamseyCricket) December 10, 2018
Bumrah, Ashwin and Shami picked three wickets apiece to bundle out the hosts for 291. The second Test starts on December 14 and the Australians have a lot of thinking to do ahead of that.