An year to the historic Gabba breach
Exactly a year ago, the Indian team created history by breaching the Australian fortress, Gabba, which was undefeated for 32 long years. A team full of youngsters, with the most experienced players either injured or on leave, defeated the full strength Australian squad one of the finest test matches ever played in the history of the game. The nail-biting test match full of the thrill was eventually hailed as one of the best test matches to have ever played.
The entire series was a treat for the fans, and it added to the beauty of the longest format of the game. The first match was a match to forget for Men in Blue, when they were bundled out for a mere 36 runs, creating an unwanted record of the lowest total for their team ever. What made the matters worse was, India's match-winner and the best batsman in the world Virat Kohli was supposed to leave back home post the first match. Furthermore, India's spearhead Jasprit Bumrah was ruled out of the tour due to injury. After the humiliating loss, India had to proceed in the series without their best batter and best bowler.