Check The Lowest Score Ever Made By The Middle-Order Batters In A Test Match For India

Team India defeated England in the Ranchi Test by five wickets and went on to win the fourth test of the ongoing five-match test series against England.

With this victory over the visitors, India have won the test series and are currently leading the series by 3-1. Team India’s victory over England has helped them make some memorable records and allocates.

But Rohit Sharma and company also registered an unwanted record under their name with this victory over England in Ranchi.

During the Ranchi Test match, India’s middle order consisted of Sarfraz Khan, Ravindra Jadeja, and Rajat Patidar. They failed to contribute much with the bat, as all three batters scored 47 runs across the two innings.

This score has now become India’s lowest contribution from the middle order in the last 40 years and the eighth lowest of all time.

Patidar has been completely out of runs, scoring 17 and 0. Jadeja, who scored a century in Rajkot, departed with scores of 12, 4. Apart from these two, the hero of the previous test match, Sarfraz Khan, got out on a score of 14,0 in the fourth test match of the series.

The lowest scores by the middle-order batters in a Test match for India:
47 runs vs. England, Ranchi, 2024
45 runs vs. the West Indies, Ahmedabad, 1983
44 runs vs. Pakistan, Karachi, 1978
44 runs vs. England, Manchester, 1952
38 runs vs. England, Lord’s, 1936
36 runs vs. Pakistan, Karachi, 1982
17 runs vs. England, Lord’s, 1967
13 runs vs. New Zealand, Hyderabad, 1969

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