The fourth and final match of the Border-Gavaskar Test Series between India and host Australia is being played at Brisbane's Gaba ground. On the second day of this match, Australia's first innings was reduced to 369 runs. For India, Shardul Thakur took three wickets for 94 runs, while the first Test playing Washington Sundar took three wickets for 89 and T Natarajan took three wickets for 78 runs. Before lunch, Australia lost five wickets within 95 runs.
He and Washington Sundar have carved out a special record after Natarajan's Kangaroo team's final batsman Josh Hazlewood was bowled clean. Natarajan and Sundar have now joined the club to take three wickets in the same test innings.
The special thing is that both players achieved this feat in the very first match of their career. This has happened after 72 years in the history of Indian cricket. Earlier, two bowlers for Team India took three wickets in their debut test in 1949. During that time, Mantu Banerjee and Ghulam Ahmad took 3-3 wickets while making their Test debut against West Indies in Kolkata Test.