New Delhi. Only counting days are left for the year 2021 to end. The last month of the year was very embarrassing for 3 teams on the cricket field. New Zealand, Bangladesh and England are the 3 such teams, which were reduced to less than 100 runs in any one innings of a Test match this month. December 2021 has become the first month of the calendar, when 3 teams could not even reach double digits in 3 Test matches and were all out.
Australia and England (Australia vs England) The third Ashes played in Melbourne between (Ahses Test)In the test match, England were all out for 68 in the second innings. Australia won the match by an innings and 14 runs. Along with this, the Ashes series also took its name. At the same time, New Zealand’s innings against India in Mumbai earlier this month was reduced to 62 runs, while Bangladesh’s innings against Pakistan was all out for 87 runs.
Australia vs England, Melbourne
England’s first innings was all out for 185 runs in the third Ashes Test played in Melbourne from 26 to 28 December. In response, Australia scored 267 runs in the first innings. England’s second innings was bundled out for 68 by the Australian bowlers. Scott Boland took 6 wickets for 7 runs.
New Zealand vs India, Mumbai
In the second Test played in Mumbai from December 3 to 6, Team India bundled out New Zealand’s first innings for 62 runs. R Ashwin (R Ashwin) He took 4 wickets for 8 runs in the first innings.
Pakistan vs Bangladesh, Dhaka
In the second Test match played in Dhaka from December 4 to 8, Bangladesh’s first innings was reduced to 87 runs in response to Pakistan’s 300 runs. Playing the follow-on, Bangladesh could only manage 205 runs in the second innings and Pakistan won the match by an innings and 8 runs.