Australia wiped out India on day three of the Adelaide Test, limiting tourists to the lowest innings score in test history

India’s second inning collapsed when Josh Hazlewood (5-8) and Pat Cummins (4-21) got into an uproar while Mohammed Shami retired injured after 21 years of 2 overs with only 36 runs on the Board

Opener Mayank Agarwal (9) scored the first hit and it was only the second time in test history that no batsman had double-digit numbers

India’s lowest score to date in a Test innings was in 1974 against England at Lords 42

India started the day under control of the friendly but Australia won by eight wickets after comfortably chasing 90 runs for victory in their second inning

It means Virat Kohli’s summer is over and Australian debutant Cameron Green took a shouter on day three at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday to fire the Indian captain

Green took a dive catch on the gully, but bobbled it, which led to a long check before Kohli (4) finally received his marching orders

The Indian superstar looked unstoppable in the first innings before being overrun by teammate Cheteshwar Pujara in a shocking mix-up seen in the video above

Kohli will return home after the test match to give birth to his first child

Cummins and Hazlewood cast spells for the ages to bring India to a record-breaking shame in the Adelaide Oval

Channel 7 commentators and former Australian players Simon Katich and Damien Fleming could hardly believe what was happening

“I don’t remember such a performance by the Australians Josh Hazlewood, it was the Hazlewood Hallway of Hesitation when he got his hands on the ball,” Fleming said

“But Pat Cummins, the leader of the attack, gave the Australians the early breakthrough last night and continued it today”

“Josh Hazlewood, a well-deserved five-wicket turn 5-3 out of 41 overs, these are the numbers you see on a Saturday morning in the under-12s,” said Katich

India resumed on the third day of the day-night test at 1-9 a.m. and led with 62 runs

Kohli’s team tumbled 9-36 in 90 minutes, the innings ended when Cummins hit Mohammed Shami on his exposed right arm, injuring the tailender

Agarwal’s nine and Hanuma Vihari’s eight helped India beat 26, which is still the lowest test mark in 150 years of test cricket

But India couldn’t get anywhere near 42, which was the country’s lowest score out of nearly 550 tests

Cummins ignited an unbelievable 5-4 collapse on Saturday, putting Australia in the box to take a 1-0 lead in the series

Kohli became Cummins’ fourth victim during the slaughter, while the Express Paceman also took Cheteshwar Pujara in search of a duck

Hazlewood, who clinically cleaned up the tail, had a hat trick after removing Wriddhiman Saha and Ravichandran Ashwin

* India’s total is the sixth lowest innings in Test history. New Zealand’s record low against England was 26 in 1955

* India’s second innings total is the same low in Test history against Australia, with South Africa’s 36 in Melbourne in 1932

* It is only the second time in Test Cricket that all 11 batsmen failed to reach double digits. The other was South Africa against England in 1924

* Hazlewood finished 5-8 in testing history, there are only seven instances where a bowler takes five wickets for fewer than eight runs

* Pat Cummins took his 150th birthday Wicket is 31st Test Only one Australian has reached the milestone in fewer tests, Clarrie Grimmett’s 28 tests (the fastest in history is the Englishman Sydney Barnes, 24 tests)

* It is the first calendar year since 2008 that Virat Kohli ends without an international century

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