Australia tour of India, 1986/87 / Scorecard

Australia 1st innings R M B 4s 6s SR
DC Boon c Kapil Dev b Sharma 122 332 258 21 0 47.28
GR Marsh c Kapil Dev b Yadav 22 89 66 2 0 33.33
DM Jones b Yadav 210 502 330 27 2 63.63
RJ Bright c Shastri b Yadav 30 89 59 3 1 50.84
AR Border* c Gavaskar b Shastri 106 255 172 14 1 61.62
GM Ritchie run out 13 17 18 1 1 72.22
GRJ Matthews c Pandit b Yadav 44 130 78 5 0 56.41
SR Waugh not out 12 61 48 0 0 25.00
Extras (b 1, lb 7, w 1, nb 6) 15
Total (7 wickets dec; 170.5 overs; 741 mins) 574 (3.36 runs per over)
Did not bat TJ Zoehrer, CJ McDermott, BA Reid
Fall of wickets 1-48 (Marsh), 2-206 (Boon), 3-282 (Bright), 4-460 (Jones), 5-481 (Ritchie), 6-544 (Border), 7-574 (Matthews)
Bowling O M R W Econ
N Kapil Dev 18 5 52 0 2.88
C Sharma 16 1 70 1 4.37
Maninder Singh 39 8 135 0 3.46
NS Yadav 49.5 9 142 4 2.84
RJ Shastri 47 8 161 1 3.42
K Srikkanth 1 0 6 0 6.00
India 1st innings R M B 4s 6s SR
SM Gavaskar c & b Matthews 8 59 21 0 0 38.09
K Srikkanth c Ritchie b Matthews 53 78 62 9 1 85.48
M Amarnath run out 1 16 7 0 0 14.28
M Azharuddin c & b Bright 50 69 64 8 0 78.12
RJ Shastri c †Zoehrer b Matthews 62 150 106 8 1 58.49
CS Pandit c Waugh b Matthews 35 106 57 4 0 61.40
N Kapil Dev* c Border b Matthews 119 214 138 21 0 86.23
KS More c †Zoehrer b Waugh 4 27 21 1 0 19.04
C Sharma c †Zoehrer b Reid 30 75 55 2 1 54.54
NS Yadav c Border b Bright 19 58 55 3 0 34.54
Maninder Singh not out 0 19 14 0 0 0.00
Extras (b 1, lb 9, nb 6) 16
Total (all out; 94.2 overs; 454 mins) 397 (4.20 runs per over)
Fall of wickets 1-62 (Gavaskar), 2-65 (Amarnath), 3-65 (Srikkanth), 4-142 (Azharuddin), 5-206 (Shastri), 6-220 (Pandit), 7-245 (More), 8-330 (Sharma), 9-387 (Yadav), 10-397 (Kapil Dev)
Bowling O M R W Econ
CJ McDermott 14 2 59 0 4.21
BA Reid 18 4 93 1 5.16
GRJ Matthews 28.2 3 103 5 3.63
RJ Bright 23 3 88 2 3.82
SR Waugh 11 2 44 1 4.00
Australia 2nd innings R M B 4s 6s SR
GR Marsh b Shastri 11 60 40 0 0 27.50
DC Boon lbw b Maninder Singh 49 133 92 4 1 53.26
DM Jones c Azharuddin b Maninder Singh 24 49 39 3 0 61.53
AR Border* b Maninder Singh 27 67 41 4 0 65.85
GM Ritchie c Pandit b Shastri 28 84 29 2 1 96.55
GRJ Matthews not out 27 40 25 2 0 108.00
SR Waugh not out 2 3 7 0 0 28.57
Extras (lb 1, nb 1) 2
Total (5 wickets dec; 49 overs; 224 mins) 170 (3.46 runs per over)
Did not bat RJ Bright, TJ Zoehrer, CJ McDermott, BA Reid
Fall of wickets 1-31 (Marsh), 2-81 (Jones), 3-94 (Boon), 4-125 (Border), 5-165 (Ritchie)
Bowling O M R W Econ
C Sharma 6 0 19 0 3.16
N Kapil Dev 1 0 5 0 5.00
RJ Shastri 14 2 50 2 3.57
Maninder Singh 19 2 60 3 3.15
NS Yadav 9 0 35 0 3.88
India 2nd innings (target: 348 runs) R M B 4s 6s SR
SM Gavaskar c Jones b Bright 90 253 168 12 1 53.57
K Srikkanth c Waugh b Matthews 39 75 49 6 0 79.59
M Amarnath c Boon b Matthews 51 111 113 8 0 45.13
M Azharuddin c Ritchie b Bright 42 121 77 3 1 54.54
CS Pandit b Matthews 39 83 37 5 0 105.40
N Kapil Dev* c Bright b Matthews 1 5 2 0 0 50.00
RJ Shastri not out 48 94 40 3 2 120.00
C Sharma c McDermott b Bright 23 38 38 3 0 60.52
KS More lbw b Bright 0 3 1 0 0 0.00
NS Yadav b Bright 8 14 6 0 1 133.33
Maninder Singh lbw b Matthews 0 8 4 0 0 0.00
Extras (b 1, lb 3, nb 2) 6
Total (all out; 86.5 overs) 347 (3.99 runs per over)
Fall of wickets 1-55 (Srikkanth), 2-158 (Amarnath), 3-204 (Gavaskar), 4-251 (Azharuddin), 5-253 (Kapil Dev), 6-291 (Pandit), 7-331 (Sharma), 8-334 (More), 9-344 (Yadav), 10-347 (Maninder Singh)
Bowling O M R W Econ
CJ McDermott 5 0 27 0 5.40
BA Reid 10 2 48 0 4.80
GRJ Matthews 39.5 7 146 5 3.66
RJ Bright 25 3 94 5 3.76
AR Border 3 0 12 0 4.00
SR Waugh 4 1 16 0 4.00
Match details
Toss Australia, who chose to bat
Series 3-match series level 0-0
Players of the match DM Jones (Australia) and N Kapil Dev (India)
Umpires DN Dotiwalla and V Vikramraju
Close of play
Thu, 18 Sep - day 1 - Australia 1st innings 211/2 (DM Jones 56*, RJ Bright 1*)
Fri, 19 Sep - day 2 - Australia 1st innings 556/6 (GRJ Matthews 34*, SR Waugh 5*)
Sat, 20 Sep - day 3 - India 1st innings 270/7 (N Kapil Dev 33*, C Sharma 14*)
Sun, 21 Sep - day 4 - Australia 2nd innings 170/5 (GRJ Matthews 27*, SR Waugh 2*)
Mon, 22 Sep - day 5 - India 2nd innings 347 (86.5 ov) - end of match
Match notes
  • General
  • Gavaskar became the first played to make 100 consecutive Test appearances.
  • Jones's 210 was the highest score by an Australian in a Test in India. It took 503 minutes, 330 balls and included 27 fours and 2 sixes. He had to be treated in hospital after the completion of the innings for exhaustion.
  • More suffered food poisoning and left the field after 50 minutes play on the first morning. Pandit deputising as wicket-keeper.
 
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Series Results
India v Australia at Mumbai - Oct 15-19, 1986
Match drawn
India v Australia at Delhi - Sep 26-30, 1986
Match drawn
India v Australia at Chennai - Sep 18-22, 1986
Match tied
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1986

Maninder Singh protests at being given out lbw to Greg Matthews as the Test ends in a tie, India v Australia, Madras, 1986-87

Maninder Singh protests at being given out lbw to Greg Matthews as the Test ends in a tie

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