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The Lion, who ruled in three matches, knelt down in Ahmedabad! Named an embarrassing record

The final match of the 4-match Test series between India and Australia is being played in Ahmedabad. After the fourth day’s play, the match has reached a colorful stage and the Indian team will have a chance to win. The Australian bowlers had to struggle a lot in this innings as the Indian batsmen batted tight. Nathan Lyon, who has been Australia’s most successful bowler so far in this series, has accumulated an unwanted record.

In reply to the 480 runs set up by the Australian team, the Indian batsmen also gave a brilliant reply. Opener Shubman Gill scored 128 runs to complete his second Test century. After that, Virat Kohli took control of the game. After more than three years, he scored a Test century. Akshar Patel supported him with a half-century. Virat scored 186 runs. Therefore, the Indian team took a significant lead of 91 runs in the first innings against Australia.

Seasoned spinner Nathan Lyon jointly took three wickets from Australia in India’s innings. Lion bowled 65 overs for the first time in his Test career. Earlier, he bowled 64 overs against Sri Lanka in the Galle Test last year. Before that, he had bowled 57.2 overs in the Sydney Test. So he now has an unwanted record in his name in the first innings of the Ahmedabad Test.

West Indies’ Sonny Ramdeen holds the coveted record for most bowling in an innings in international cricket. He bowled the highest 98 overs in 1957.

(Nathan Lyon Bowls Most Overs In An Inning In His Test Carrier Ahmedabad Test)

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