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Move Over ‘BazBall’! Team India Creates History With ‘DravBall’ In 2nd Test Against West Indies

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In their second innings, the Indian team went into white-ball cricket mode and smashed 181 runs in just 24 overs before declaring the innings. India scored their runs at a run rate of 7.54, the highest in Tests by a team during an inning lasting at least 20 overs.

The Indian justice platoonre-wrote the Test record books following a rare display ofultra-attacking long- format justice on day four of the alternate Test against West Indies at Port of Spain on Monday, getting the platoon with the loftiest platoon run- rate in a Test inning lasting a minimum of 20 overs. While England drawing polarising responses from Test justice suckers, and sticklers with their’ Bazball’ academy of justice, which focuses on positive and attacking gameplay and the need to achieve clear results, Indian commander Rohit Sharma and trainer Rahul Dravid sounded to have taken a splint from England’s book to present to suckers what could be the first exhibition of’ Dravball’.

In their alternate innings, the Indian platoon went into white- ball justice mode and smashed 181 runs in just 24 overs before declaring the innings. India scored their runs at a run rate of7.54, the loftiest in Tests by a platoon during an inning lasting at least 20 overs.

They broke the record of Australia, who had scored241/2 in just 32 overs against Pakistan in Sydney in 2017. The Aussies had scored these runs at a run rate of7.53.

Specially, India also smashed the fastest platoon hundred in Test justice history.

Commander Rohit Sharma and Yashasvi Jaiswal opened the innings for India and put on a stage of 98 runs in just 71 balls, that’s11.5 overs.

Following Rohit’s redundancy, India reached the 100- run mark in just12.2 overs, which is a aggregate of 74 balls.

India surpassed the 22- time-old record held by Sri Lanka. They had reached the 100- run mark in just13.2 overs, that’s in 80 balls against Bangladesh in 2001 during the Asian Test Championship.

Mumbai stars Ishan Kishan and Rohit Sharma were two players who were at their most attacking.

Rohit Sharma smashed the fastest half- century of his career. traipsing in his T20I icon , Rohit reached his half- century in just 35 balls.

Ishan Kishan also smashed his half- century in just 33 balls. Kishan smashed the alternate-fastest fifty by an Indian wicketkeeper. Rishabh Pant has the fastest half- century by an Indian keeper in just 28 balls.

At the time of protestation, Kishan was unbeaten at 52 in 34 balls, conforming of four boundaries and two sixes. His runs came at a strike rate of152.94.

Kishan’s strike rate of152.94 is the fourth-loftiest SR in a Test inning( of minimal 50 runs) by an Indian player. The loftiest SR by an Indian batter in an inning of a minimum of 50 runs is in the hands of fabulous each- rounder Kapil Dev, who had smashed 89 in just 55 balls against England in 1982 at Lord’s.

Among the designated wicketkeepers, Kishan played the third-fastest innings of all time in Tests in terms of strike rate. During his 59- ball 102 * against England at Perth in2006/07, Australia’s Adam Gilchrist had scored his runs at a strike rate of172.88. It’s followed by Rishabh Pant, who scored his 50 runs off 31 balls at a strike rate of161.29 against Sri Lanka in Bengaluru in 2022. Know More Latest Cricket News…

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