AUS vs IND 1st Test, Day 1: Skipper Kohli's run-out triggers batting collapse, India finish on 233/6

Kohli's untimely run-out led to a batting collapse as India were restricted to 233/6 at stumps.

India TV Sports Desk [ Updated: December 17, 2020 20:03 IST ]
  • India ended the opening day at 233 for 6 against Australia in the first Day/Night Test in Adelaide on Thursday.
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    India ended the opening day at 233 for 6 against Australia in the first Day/Night Test in Adelaide on Thursday.

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After electing to bat first, India were jolted with an early blow in the form of Prithvi Shaw, who continued his woeful run with the bat. He was dismissed off Mitchell Starc's swinging delivery.
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    After electing to bat first, India were jolted with an early blow in the form of Prithvi Shaw, who continued his woeful run with the bat. He was dismissed off Mitchell Starc's swinging delivery.

  • After Shaw and Mayank Agarwal departed cheaply, Cheteshwar Pujara showed grit and stuck in the middle for over 150 deliveries.
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    After Shaw and Mayank Agarwal departed cheaply, Cheteshwar Pujara showed grit and stuck in the middle for over 150 deliveries.

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Pujara, however, was shown the exit door by Nathan Lyon. The Aussie off-spinner dismissed Pujara for 10th time in Test cricket.
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    Pujara, however, was shown the exit door by Nathan Lyon. The Aussie off-spinner dismissed Pujara for 10th time in Test cricket.

  • Skipper Virat Kohli, batting on 74, was eyeing his 71st international tun when a miscommunication with Rahane ended his innings in the third session. 
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    Skipper Virat Kohli, batting on 74, was eyeing his 71st international tun when a miscommunication with Rahane ended his innings in the third session. 

  • India lost Rahane and Hanuma Vihari in quick succession after Kohli's departure. While Rahane gathered 42, Vihari managed to score just 16. 
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    India lost Rahane and Hanuma Vihari in quick succession after Kohli's departure. While Rahane gathered 42, Vihari managed to score just 16. 

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Mitchell Starc was Australia's most successful bowler on the day, grabbing two wickets while conceding 49 runs in his 19 overs.
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    Mitchell Starc was Australia's most successful bowler on the day, grabbing two wickets while conceding 49 runs in his 19 overs.

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