India recorded its biggest win in Test cricket
India recorded its biggest win in Test cricket

India beats Afghanistan by an innings and 262 runs in their debut test match in Bangalore on Friday. After trailing by 365 runs in the first innings, Afghans were reduced to 103 runs in the second innings after playing in follow-on. In response to 474 runs in the first innings of India, the first innings was stacked on 109.   

Batting first and winning the toss, Team India scored a huge score of 474 runs in front of Afghanistan in their first innings. In reply, Afghanistan's team stacked on 109 in their first innings and India took the lead on 365 runs on Afghanistan on the basis of the first innings.India captain Ajinkya Rahane gave the follow-up to Afghanistan.

After that, in the second innings, Afghanistan surrendered only 103 runs. In the second innings, for Afghanistan, Hasamatullah scored 36 runs. He returned unbeaten from 88 balls with six fours. Captain Asghar Stanikzai scored 25 runs. Ravindra Jadeja took 4 wickets for India in the second innings. Umesh Yadav got three successes and Ishant Sharma got two successes. Ravichandran Ashwin got one wicket Shikhar Dhawan got the man of the match award. 

In this way, Team India won the match with 262 runs. This is the biggest victory in India's Test Credits history. Earlier, he had defeated the defending champions twice by an innings and 239 runs difference. This was India's first 11 years ago, when they defeated Bangladesh in Mirpur by an innings and 239 runs in 2007. Also, India last year in Nagpur defeated Sri Lanka by an innings and 239 runs difference.

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