IND vs AUS 2023: Usman Khawaja made a new record by playing an inning of 180 runs in Ahmedabad Test match, included in the list of these legendary players

BGT 2023: The fourth Test match of the series between India and Australia for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2023 is being played in Ahmedabad. In this match, Australia’s opener batsman has made a new record by scoring a big century of 180 runs. With this innings, Usman Khawaja has now become the third Australian batsman to play the biggest Test innings in India. Let us tell you which Australian batsmen have played the biggest century innings in India.

Australian batsman with most runs in India

  • The name of Dean Jones comes at the top of this list. Australian batsman Dean Jones scored an inning of 210 runs in Chennai on the 1986 tour. This is the biggest innings played by an Australian batsman in India.
  • The name of Matthew Hayden comes at number two in this list. Hayden also played an innings of 203 runs in Chennai on the 2001 tour of India. 
  • Steve Smith’s name comes at number four. Steve Smith scored an unbeaten 178 in a Test match at Ranchi in 2017, which is the fourth highest by an Australian batsman in India.
  • Graham Yallop’s name is present at number five in this list. This former Australian player scored an innings of 167 runs in the Test match played in Kolkata in 1979.

Day 2 of the Ahmedabad Test

Talking about the Ahmedabad Test match, Australia won the toss and decided to bat first and scored 480 runs in 167.2 overs. In this innings of the visiting team, opener Usman scored 180 and Cameron Green played brilliant centuries of 114 runs, due to which the Australian team was able to reach such a big score. Team India, who came to answer this score, has also scored 36 runs without losing any wicket till the end of the second day’s play, in which captain Rohit 17 and Shubman Gill are unbeaten after scoring 18 runs.

Also read: IND vs AUS Live Score, 2nd Day: India gave a strong reply to Australia in Ahmedabad Test, the pair of Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill stood at the crease

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