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IND vs AUS: India in deep trouble, scored 112/5 runs on Day 4, 8 Big records demolished

On the fourth day of the Perth Test, host Australia has strengthened its hold in the match against India. The Hosts were all-out for 243 runs in the second innings and in reply, India scored 112/5 at stumps on the fourth day and 175 needed to win.
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On the fourth day of the Perth Test, host Australia has strengthened its hold in the match against India. The Hosts were all-out for 243 runs in the second innings and in reply, India scored 112/5 at stumps on the fourth day and 175 needed to win.
In such a scenario, the Indian team will need a miracle to win, while Australia's victory is almost certain. Including Kohli-Rahane, India lost 5 wickets for just 98 runs. By the end of the fourth day's play, India had lost five valuable wickets, with inexperienced Hanuma Vihari and Pant in the crease.

Indian team openers flopped again:

India opener Lokesh Rahul disappointed again in the fourth innings. Rahul, who was going through a bad phase, was out for zero in the first over of Mitchell Starc. India could not recover from this shock as Pujara also made his walk back for four runs.
From here, the whole responsibility was on Virat and Rahane, but Kohli scored 17 runs and was dismissed by Nathan Lyon and Lyon sent Murali Vijay back to pavilion with an unplayable delivery.

Rahane and Vihari tried to steady the Indian innings after 55/4 and added 43 runs for the 5th wicket. In this way, till the end of the day's play, India scored 112/5, with Pant (9) and Hanuma Vihari (24) in the middle.

8 Big records created during the 4th day's play:

1. Bowlers dismissing Virat Kohli most times in test cricket:

7 - NATHAN LYON*
5 - James Anderson
5 - Stuart Broad

2. Indian openers dismissed 'Bowled' most times in both the innings of a Test:
3 - Sunil Gavaskar in 125 Tests
3 - KL Rahul in 33 Tests*

3. Career-best performance by Mohammed Shami:
Six-wicket haul and career-best figures for Mohammed Shami. He has 6/56, his career-best figures.

4.. Most wickets by Indian in a calendar year:
This is the first time that an Indian pace bowler (Mohammed Shami) has taken 40-plus wickets in a calendar year in Test cricket away from home.
5. The best bowling figures by an Indian fast bowler in Australia:
Kapil Dev - 106/8 (1985)
Ajit Agarkar - 41/6 (2001)
S Abid Ali - 55/6 (1967)
Mohammed Shami - 56/6* (2018)
Kapil Dev - 28/5 - (1981)

6. Most 5-wicket hauls for Indian pacers in a calendar year in Test cricket:
7 - 2018*
6 - 1981
6 - 2014

7. Virat Kohli 6508 Test runs in 128 inns (75 Tests) joint #54 in the all-time list Joe Root 6508 Test runs in 141 inns (77 Tests) joint #54 in the all-time list.

8. Most wickets by Indian pace bowlers after 8 Test matches:
39*- Jasprit Bumrah
37 - Venkatesh Prasad
37 - S Sreesanth
31 - Mohd Shami
29 - RP Singh
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