Brisbane Test between India and Australia: Washington Sundar Ties 72-Year-Old Dattu Phadkar Record | India vs Australia 4th test: Washington Sundar equals 72-year-old record, became second Indian to reach this position

New Delhi: On day three of the Fourth Test against Australia Washington Sundar (Shardul Thakur) of Team India did an incredible job. These two young players saved the Indian team from drowning and shared a record-breaking partnership. The special thing is that Washington Sundar made his debut in this test and he impressed everyone with his performance.

Sundar explosion in Washington

Washington Sundar became the second Indian to score half a century after taking three or more wickets in the first test for India. Sundar made his debut in the Fourth Test match in Brisbane, dismissing three of Australia’s batsmen and then knocking out India with a brilliant half century.

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Earlier, the incident occurred in a test match for India in the 1947–48 series. When the Azad India team first visited Australia, Dattu Phadkar made his Sydney Test debut as an all-rounder.

A dream start for @ Sundarwashi5 as he talks about his first FIFTY test here at Gabba.

Live – #AUSvIND

– BCCI (@BCCI) January 17, 2021

Phadkar (Dattu Phadkar) had scored a 51-point inning, in which he hit four limits, facing 101 balls. After that, Fadkar took three wickets from Australia in 14 overs including two young girls.

Now Sundar (Washington Sundar) has repeated the same record after 72 years. In addition to scoring half a century in Brisbane, Sundar has taken three wickets for 89 races. It also includes the Steve Smith box office.

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