India vs Australia live cricket score, 1st Test Day 5 in Adelaide: Kohli and Co win by 31 runs, create history
Live Updates: The Indians bowlers have been brilliant and Virat Kohli and boys have registered a 31-run win. This is the first time that the Indians have won the first Test of the series in Australia. The Indian boys are jubilant as skipper Kohli raises his hands towards the dressing room. ((Full Scorecard)).
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Updates: Kohli and boys are now six wickets away from making history. They have never won the opening Test of a series in Australia. At stumps, the score reads 104/4 for Australia with the hosts needing another 219 runs to win this Test. India finished on 307, handing Australia a target of 323 runs in their fourth innings at the Adelaide Oval. ((Full Scorecard)).
Highlights:Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli thwarted Australia in a diligent partnership to push India to a position of strength and a 166-run lead at the close of day three of the first test on Saturday. ((Full Scorecard)).
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Highlights: Australia were 191 for 7 at close of play in their first innings on the second day of the opening Test against India on Friday. Travis Head and Mitchell Starc were batting on 61 and 8 respectively on the draw of stumps. Australia still trail by 59 runs with 3 first innings wickets in hand. Ravichandran Ashwin was the pick of the India bowlers as he ended with figures of 3/50. Earlier, India were dismissed for 250 in their first innings after Mohammad Shami was dismissed on the first ball of the day. Cheteshwar Pujara (123) was the top-scorer as he slammed a majestic century on the opening day of the encounter in Adelaide. ((Full Scorecard)).
As IT Happened: Bowlers have put Australia firmly on top as the Indian batting has cut a sorry figure apart from Pujara. Nathan Lyon, Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc have all impressed. Earlier, India won the toss and opted to bat first in the first Test of the four-match series. (LIVE SCORECARD)