Shoaib Akhtar Trolls India 36 All Out! On Terrible Defeat – ‘Humara Bhi Record Torr Dia Inho Ne?’

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The ‘mighty’ batting line up of Virat Kohli produced the most surprising display ever in Indian test cricket history. The Indian batsmen were killed by the relentless pace attack of Australia.

The men in blue were 36 for 9, and India posted their lowest test score ever with retired Mohammad Shami hurt. In the second inning, Australia just had to hunt for a goal of 90.

In the opening day/night test in Adelaide on Saturday, the hosts wasted no time and cruised to an emphatic eight-wicket win within two and a half days.

Here’s how it was?

The batting collapse shocked former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar. Akhtar described the performance as “terrible” and “embarrassing” by sharing his views on India’s batting on Twitter.

I woke up and saw the 369 mark. I couldn’t have believed that. Then I washed my eyes and saw my 36/9 ranking. The former fast bowler wrote on social media, “I couldn’t believe it either & went back to sleep.”

Former Pakistani captain Wasim Akram also took to Twitter to laud the devastation of Indian batting by Australian pacers.

Cricket fans are flooding Twitter with responses to the terrible collapse of India’s batting

For cricket fans all over the world, the dismal showing of India’s batting line-up is indeed surprising. Several supporters have taken this loss lightly and regard it as part of the game.

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A few former Indian cricketers and fans exchanged funny memes with the Australian team and congratulated them.

On Twitter, several Pakistani users also posted some funny memes about the dismal batting success of India.

For cricket fans, India’s batting collapse is indeed appalling. What makes the defeat more embarrassing is that at the end of Day 2, India were actually leading the match by 53 runs. India, however, experienced an abrupt collapse in Day 3’s hourly overs.

India was lowered to 19 for 6 after Virat Kohli’s dismissal. On day three, India lost 9 wickets for just 27 runs.

In the 4-match Test series, Australia have now taken a 1-0 lead. Though Pat Cummins picked up four wickets for 21 runs, Josh Hazlewood picked up 5 wickets for 8 runs.