Afghanistan debutant in Test cricket, India has recorded an innings and biggest win in terms of innings in beating Test history with 262 runs. In this one Test, India took the match in two days and finished the two innings of Afghanistan (109 & 103) on the second day of the match. This is the biggest defeat for any team in the first Test match. For the first time in the Test rankings, the first team to play against No. 1 team, Afghanistan’s team lacked experience. All his batsmen had to struggle to stay on the crease.
For Afghanistan, there was nothing good in the second innings of the match and the Afghans, following the follow-up, could add 103 runs this time. Earlier, today Afghanistan finished the first innings of 474 runs and after that the visitors finished the first innings of 109 runs on 109.
Earlier, in Afghanistan’s first innings of its first Test match, India got only 107 runs against India. India, on the second day of the match, reached the pavilion only in 27.5 overs in the second session. India scored 474 runs in their first innings. In this sense, India has maintained a 365-run lead on Afghanistan on the basis of the first innings and has followed it.
Mohammad Nabi scored the highest score of 24 runs from Afghanistan. Mujib ur rahman played 15 fours in nine balls with two fours and a six. Ravindra JadejaHanded Mujib to Pakistan and sent the pavilion to Afghanistan. Ravichandran Ashwin took four wickets for India. Ishant Sharma and Jadeja took two wickets each. Umesh Yadav got a breakthrough.
Shikhar Dhawan (107), Murali Vijay (105) and Hridayik Pandya (71) and Lokesh Rahul(54), with the help of half centuries in front of the huge score India had played in their first innings, Afghanistan’s batting proved to be very weak. The team’s batsmen failed to test the test. Getting the feet on the wicket proved to be a tough knock. In the form of Mohammad Shahzad, the team lost their first wicket. He was run out on a total of 15. After eight runs Ishant Sharma bowled Javed Ahmadi (1). The start of the fall of the wicket started. Rahmat Shah (14), Afsar Jajai (6), Captain Asghar Stanikzai (11) returned the pavilion to a total score of 50.
Ashwin completed his 313 wickets in Test cricket by scoring Hashmatullah Shahidi (11) and with this, he came in fourth in the list of India’s highest wicket-taker in the Test bowlers Zaheer Khan. Jadeja opened his account with Rashid Khan (7) out. Ashwin made Yamin Ahmedji his third victim. Mohammad Nabi was standing at the other end trying to face Indian bowlers well, but in an attempt to play a big shot on Ashwin’s ball, he was trapped by Ishant.
After this Jadeja forced Majlis to follow and follow Afghanistan. Earlier, India started the second day with 347 runs at a loss of six wickets. In the first session of the second day the team added 127 runs in their account and the Pavilion returned. Pandya (71) and Ashwin (18), who were unbeaten on the first day, added 35 runs for the seventh wicket and brought the team to a score of 369. On this score, Ahmedzai caught Ashwin in the hands of the judges standing behind the wicket and gave the first blow of the day to the Indian team.
Hardik then added a superb half-century partnership of 67 with Jadeja (20). This partnership broke the total of 436 runs by Nabi to dismiss Jadeja. Loyalist then did not allow the Pandya to stay on the field for too long and also got the ninth wicket of the Indian team out of junkyard.
Pandya faced 94 balls and hit 10 fours. After this Umesh added 34 runs for the 10th wicket with Sharma (8) and brought the team to the score of 474. On this score, Rashid sent Pujashad out of Ishant and sent the pavilion. Ishant appealed the review. The third umpire in the review found Ishant out
Along with this, the Indian team’s innings ended on the score of 474 runs. Ahmedzai took three wickets for Afghanistan in this innings, while Loyalist and Rashid got two wickets each. Mujib-ur-Rehman and the prophet achieved each success.