In his debut match, Washington broke the 112-year-old record


Bangla Hunt Desk: When one Indian star batsman after another is failing with the bat on Australian soil, Washington Sundar and Shardul Tagore showed their dominance with the bat. The two Indian bowlers stopped the Australian fast bowlers with the bat. At one point, Team India was under pressure after losing 6 wickets for 186 runs, from where these two batsmen took India to 336 runs. Cricket experts have praised the way Shardul Tagore and Washington Sundar batted against Australia's fast bowlers without being batsmen.

The duo's 123-run partnership for the seventh wicket virtually snatched the win from the Australian face. Smith and Payne were virtually knocked out of the match in this partnership. With that, this pair made multiple records.

India's Washington Sundar broke the 113-year record in his debut Test. Washington Sundar's innings is the highest of the number seven batsmen who have made their debut for the touring team on Australian soil. So far this record has been held by Frank Foster of England. Frank Foster of England scored 56 in his debut match on the tour of Australia in 1911. And today, in his debut match, he broke the long 113-year record by playing a 62-run innings against Australia.