Virat recalls 2014 Adelaide Test, this is why this Test contributes significantly to the creation of the current Test team

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Virat recalls 2014 Adelaide Test, this is why this Test contributes significantly to the creation of the current Test team
Virat recalls 2014 Adelaide Test, this is why this Test contributes significantly to the creation of the current Test team

Virat recalls 2014 Adelaide Test, this is why this Test contributes significantly to the creation of the current Test team

Of course, this test of the tour, which began under Virat’s captaincy, is very memorable in itself. Australia won the toss and declared their innings at 517 for 7 in the first innings. The main point of the match was David Warner for Australia and captain Virat Kohli for India scoring centuries in both innings.

The Test played in Adelaide under Team Virat’s tour of Australia in 2014 was a thrilling one. India were defeated by 48 runs in the thrilling Test, but skipper Virat recalled the Test and posted a picture of the match on his Twitter account, terming the Test as memorable for a variety of reasons. Virat Kohli termed this Adelaide Test as very memorable.

Virat wrote on Twitter that this Adelaide Test is very important and special in the journey that we currently have. In terms of both the teams, the Test was very much emotions and a large number of people came to see this Test, but what this Test taught us was that despite being so close to victory, we did not cross the Lakshman Rekha.

Of course, this test of the tour, which began under Virat’s captaincy, is very memorable in itself.

Australia won the toss and declared their innings at 517 for 7 in the first innings. The main point of the match was David Warner for Australia and captain Virat Kohli for India scoring centuries in both innings. Virat scored 115 and 141. India had a target of 364 to win.

With Virat’s batting, India was slowly moving towards the target. When it seemed india would win easily, Nathan Lion took seven wickets to make the fun of millions of Indians. And India lost the match by 48 runs.

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