First tour: When three batsmen were surprised by a century
The Indian team, which has been away from international cricket for a long time with the Wid-1 ep, will return to the same ground against arch-rivals Australia. Both the teams will play a three-day, three T20 and four-match Boundary-Gavaskar Trophy Test series from November 27. This series is like saving the nose for both teams. In such a scenario, both the teams want to dominate the Test series. Let’s look at the history of cricket between India and Australia.
The India-Australia match started in 1947. In the same year, India also gained independence from the British rule. Lala Amarnath led India to a four-match Test series in Australia. However, in that tour, Team India had to accept a big defeat 0-4. But both the teams did very well in this series.
The discussion was about some of the best innings played in that series, which has always been a problem for the batsmen. The Indian batsmen did well in this series. He made a great batsman on the pitch below. India played three centuries, not one or two. The Australian bowlers were surprised. Along with Veenu Mankad and Vijay Hazare, Dattu Phadkar also enhanced India’s reputation by scoring centuries. However, the most notable was Don Bradman’s innings, which tested the Indian bowlers in the first Test.