India vs Australia: Australia’s MCG becomes India’s most successful hunting ground overseas – cricket

Indian performances and records at SENA (South Africa, England, New Zealand and Australia) have always raised eyebrows, but on Tuesday the team achieved a distinction they are very proud of. India had an epic eighth-weeket win against Australia, but with him it made her fourth win at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), making it India’s most successful offshore ground.

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Prior to the Boxing Day test, India won three wins each at Colombo Sinhalese Sports Club in Sri Lanka, Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica, Queens Park Oval in Spanish Harbor, and Trinidad and Melbourne Cricket Grounds. Winning 4 test series 1-1 on Tuesday, winning 4 in the MCG, making it India’s most successful offshore ground. Out of 14 matches between India and Australia in MCG, the Indian team lost 2 draws and 8 losses.

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The first of the four victories was in December 1977 when India beat Australia by 22 incremental big wins. Spinners Bhagwat Chandrasekhar and Bishan Bedi joined forces to invade Australia for 164 years. Four years later, in February 1981, Kapil Dev’s 5/28 magic spell robbed Australia and threw a ball at 83. The series ended with a 1-1 draw.

India will have to wait 37 years to get another win at the MCG. In the third test of the 2018-19 Border-Gavaskar Trophy, the series was leveled 1-1. India gradually beat Australia by 137 in the MCG, and Jasprit Bumrah picked the 6/33 career best. Victory helped India hold the trophy.