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5 Special records Indian team created in 1st test which you might have not noticed

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Under the captaincy of Virat Kohli, the Indian team showed why they are No.1 test team in the world and won there first ever test match since 2008 on Australian soil and took 1-0 lead in the 4-match test series.
During this test match, there were many records on which everyone was noticed, but there were some more special things that many people might have not noticed. So let's see.
5. Pujara played more than 200 balls in both innings: Cheteshwar Pujara proved to be the greatest contributor of the Indian team in this Test match, he contributed for his team in both innings. Pujara scores a century of 123 in the first innings in faced 246 balls in the first innings.
During this, his contributions in the second innings. He scored 71 runs with 204 balls. Both of the Innings of Pujara was the major difference between the two sides and the results were found in India favour.
4. Most wickets for Indian bowlers in a calendar year: In the first Test match against Australia, the Indian bowlers took 20 wickets. In this year, Indian Test bowlers have taken a total of 158 wickets on foreign soil so far. Earlier, Indian bowlers had taken 147 wickets on foreign soil in 2006. Now this record is broken.
3. India has won Test matches in Australia, England and South Africa this year: The Indian team lost the Test series against South Africa and England earlier this year. Although Team India had lost the series but won at least a match in the series. While Team India's test series against Australia has started with a victory. Now after winning the Adelaide Test against Australia, the Indian team has become the first team in the world to win Test matches in South Africa, England and Australia in the same year. 2. Coincidence in the first innings: In the first innings of the first Test match, the sixth wicket of both the teams was dismissed at the same score of 127 runs. India's sixth wicket fell in the form of Rishabh Pant in 49.1 overs, Australia's sixth wicket fell in 62.6 overs (Tim Paine).
1. Two wickets in consecutive balls: It happened twice in this match that the wickets fell on two consecutive balls. In the first innings of Australia, fast bowler Mohammad Shami took Australia's last two wickets in two consecutive balls. In the second innings, Nathan Lyon pick did the same for Australia.
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