India created history by creating them The first series Wins in Australia 12 attempts and 72 years Australia beat Australia 2-1 in a four-Test series, which ended in Sydney with a forced draw. 31 series By anyone Subcontinent team Such was the magnitude of victory.
Should India have to win from an innings in Sydney (which did not interfere until the rain), it was only their third innings victory in SENA (South Africa, England, New Zealand, Australia). Sydney Was also For the first time in 31 years since 1988, That was asked from Australia follow up visit At home – encoding India's dominance in the series.
India Win two tests In this series – only Fourth example When he won at least two Tests in a series in the Army – after 1967-68 in New Zealand, in Australia in 1977-78 and in England in 1986 – this has been a challenge for any guest team of the subcontinent.
India, till now, have strong teams in all departments – batting, bowling and even fielding and completely defeating Australia in their backyard. Let us look closely at the numbers from this major Indian exhibition.
India's batting average was 32.72 in the series – their fourth best in Australia in 12 series. But it was his extraordinary bowling which won him a series – his Bowling average of 25 Was The best For an Indian team in Australia.
Australia's batting average was one in the series Disappointing 24.61 – not only them The worst against India But their worst against any subcontinent in the house (in series with three or more Tests). Overall, it was Australia 11Th Lowest batting average From the 93 series he played at home. His bowling average was 33.59 in the series.
This means that India scored 8.11 runs per outfit and scored 8.59 runs per game less than Australia in the series.
Difference In this series, batting averages for India and bowling average was between 7.72 Second-best ever His third best (three or more Tests in a series) in SENA after Australia (1985-86) and Australia (1985-86) and New Zealand (2008-09).
Difference Batting averages and bowling average for Australia is -8.97 Second worst against India In a domestic series (after 1985-86) and their 10Th Worst overall Household series in 93
The first innings difference between the two sides in Sydney and Melbourne was 322 and 292 – these are Two highest lead For India in Australia – Another indicator of India's superiority in batting on its opponents in this series.
India has better batting and bowling in three of Australia's four test matches.
India Game dominance for 65% Total time spent between teams He won 32.5 out of 50 sessions in the series. Australia won just 17.5.
India's batting line-up (1-7) scored 1888 runs at an average of 40.17 in the series.
Australia's batting line-up (1-7) scored only 1309 runs at 26.71.
Overall, Indian batsmen recorded 5 centuries in the series.
No Australian batsman scored Hundred In series – only 93 Third time in the domestic series (Three or more Tests in a series) which can not reach any Australian batsman in any innings by three points.
In fact, Marcus Harris's 79 runs in the first innings in Sydney Minimum-highest individual score In 129 years any series (two or more tests) by an Australian!
Cummins and Stark were more aggregate and average than Handscomb and Finch in the series.
How bad it was for Azeez. And there is a great difference in the batting of both the teams.
Weak Australian mid-order His bane was In fact, their openers did better against the new ball than the Indian openers. It was courtesy of the efforts of Marcus Harris, who was Australia's leading scorer with 258 runs and the most skilled batsman in the series.Aaron Finch There was a nightmare of a series just scoring 97 runs in 6 innings After 16.16. But Rahul and Vijay performed even worse – at an alarming average of 57 (5 innings) and 49 (in 4 innings) respectively, at 11.40 and 12.25, respectively.
Indian openers scored 322 runs at an average of 23 in the series. Mayank Agarwal placed two fifties. Australian openers scored 386 runs at an average of 27.57 in the series. They recorded three fifties.
However, India's 3, 4 and 5 defeated its Australian counterparts completely. He scored 1020 runs at an average of 48.57 with 4 centuries and 4 fifties. Their Australian counterparts could score an average of 530 with only one hundred and two fifties of 25.23. The difference between batting between the two teams was the same.
Pujara (521 runs, average of 74.42), Kohli (282, 40.28) and Rahane (217, 31) scored and average charts (scoring only 3, 4 and 5) in the top order.
Compare it to Australians – Shaun Marsh (183, 26.14), Khwaja (167, 27.83) and Head (74, 24.66)
Group failure of 3, 4 and 5 of Australia The main reason for their disappointing performance in the series was the main reason.
Pujara Was The batsman Of The series. His second and second biggest scorer – Pant (350), had the difference of 171 runs.
They also broke the record of facing Maximum number of childbirth for an incoming batsman A series in Australia (Test 4 or less) – They faced 1258 delivery in 7 innings. In the 1928 Ashes, Sutcliffe faced 1237 (in 7 innings). Dravid faced 1203 in 2003, while Kohli faced 1093 in 2014 – although both batted in an extra innings.
Only Australia's three players made the top 10 in the batting averages in the series. No other Australian batsmen except Harris (36.85) and Head (33.85) Average above 30 In series (2 minute shift)
Hadscomb was Out for less than 30 In 3 out of 5 innings, Head (4 out of 7), Khwaja and Harris (6 out of 8), Shaun Marsh (4 out of 7) and Finch (5 out of 6) – which is inside 28 out of 41 innings The Australian batting order had less than 30 scores.
There were five hundred partnerships in the series – four included Indian batsmen. Finch and Harris scored 112 runs in Perth. In the series, more than eight out of ten more stands included an Indian pair.
The Indian bowling unit overtook the more hardcore Australian bowling unit and it was astonishing revelation of the series. Overall, the Indian bowler Won Strike rate of 70 to 25 and strike rate of 58.7. Australians scored an average of 33.59 and a strike rate of 71.9 with 61.
This means that Indian bowlers spent an average of 8.59 runs per wicket less than their Australian counterparts and even threw in about 13 balls per outreach – this is a big difference.
Compared with Australia's 2.80 per over, the Indian bowlers recorded a staggering 2.55 per over.
Indian trio of Bumrah, Shami and Ishant outwit Cummins, Hazlewood and Stark in the series.
Overall, Indian pacers (including Umesh Yadav) took 50 wickets at 23.54, while the Australian fast battery scored 40 runs at an average of 32.27. If we compare the strike rate, then the difference is even more frightening – Indian fast bowlers took every wicket 52 delivery Compared to Australian people – 69.4 – this is About 18 balls difference (3 overs) per dismissal
Indian Speed Battery (in the case of Average and Strike Rate) is the display Best for any speed attack To go to Australia from the subcontinent – Yes, they were good!
Bumrah was the stand-out bowler in the series. He was jointly taking wickets (with Lyon) with 21 wickets. his 17 average And 44.9 strike rate So far, the best for any bowler in the series. Indeed, in this series, he was dominated by the difference between him and the second-best, Ishant (in terms of average), 6.81 and Shami (in the case of strike rate) 6.3. Bumrah was also the fastest bowler to be the highest ban for 2.27 runs per over.
Bumrah's 21-wicket Tally is the second highest score for any Indian pacer in any series in Australia – after Kapil Dev's 25th in 1991. Their average 17 is also the strike rate of 44.9. For an Indian fast bowler In Australia (wicket in minimum of 5 series)
In fact, their average is For any fast bowlers of the subcontinent In 1990, Waseem Akram's series of 18.70 received, in any series down under (4 series and 5 wickets in the series)
Shami and Ishant Bumrah best support Shami took 16 wickets at 26.18, while Ishant took 11 wickets at 23.81. what is ours Strike rate (both below 60) They were very impressive too.
Cummins was the only Australian pacer who was out in 14.77 at 27.78. Hezlewood bowled brilliantly, but his averages above 30 and above were as incompatible as the strike rate above 70. Stark looks a bit up Went for 34.53 APP for the series and for 13 wickets.
Lyon was one of the Australian bowlers to win 21 wickets at 30.42 with two five wickets in an innings.
Indian spinners played an effective supporting role. Jadeja took 7 wickets while Ashwin took 6 (in the only test played in Adelaide). They were both highly restrictive too. Kuldeep picked up a bowler in the only innings while bowling in the series in Sydney and did not hurt his credentials as a powerful strike bowler for India in foreign conditions.
During the series, India was also a better fielding unit. However, he also left some catches, his performance on the field was much better than his rivals. & # 39; Australia's caching chain was particularly bad.
To keep this win in perspective – India has won only 22 out of the 153 Test played in SENA. It was only their sixth in 46 chains in the win-down under-these countries.
Numbers tell the story.
First published: January 7, 2019, 4:38 PM IST