The video is of India’s batting collapse of the 2020-21 series when Australia showcased one of the most lethal bowling displays of all time, bowling them out for just 36 in the second innings of the first Test in Adelaide.
“All out for 36. The Border-Gavaskar Trophy starts on Thursday,” tweeted cricket.com.au.
All out for 36 😳The Border-Gavaskar Trophy starts on Thursday! #INDvAUS https://t.co/Uv08jytTS7
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) 1675657259000
But CA‘s move did not go well with several Indian fans, which also included former cricketer Aakash Chopra who reminded them of the series scoreline as India went on to win the series 2-1.
And the series score-line? #JustAsking https://t.co/u0X43GgS8k
— Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) 1675663534000
@cricketcomau True..What was the series result?This seems to be the incomplete description of a brilliant test series that India won.
— manikant sharan (@SharanManikant) 1675679199000
@cricketcomau Do not delete this tweet after one month from today .
— Sumit (@sumitsaurabh) 1675681121000
@cricketcomau Buddy ! Aapke Father aaye hai https://t.co/erD8gdCFo4
— Amit Sahu (@amitsahujourno) 1675667392000
@cricketcomau Who won the series but. What is Australia’s lowest test score did we match or is it lower than 36. I… https://t.co/4XeSSRs3nj
— nilesh bankar (@neil_brisvegas) 1675676359000
@cricketcomau Lost the series at gabba without kohli,ashwin,bumrah and co .😳The border gavaskar trophy starts on Thursday!
— akash Lal (@thebeardguy17) 1675662864000
@cricketcomau For referenceAustralia’s streaks that have been ended by India: – 16 consecutive Test wins – 2001… https://t.co/01X6ulo7ol
— Not So Funny Aadi (@NotSoFunnyAadi) 1675667448000
India and Australia are all set to renew their rivalry for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy with the first Test of the four-match series getting underway from Thursday in Nagpur.
Australia have not won a Test series on Indian soil since 2004. India, on the other hand, would look to maintain their dominance having emerged victorious on their previous two tours to the country.
This will be overall the 16th edition of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, which was initiated from the 1996-97 series.
Since then, India have won 9 series out of 15 completed so far, while Australia have won 5. 1 series ended in a draw.