Bumrah to become 36th captain of Team India! Know how India has performed in the Test

New Delhi: Team India is scheduled to play against England in Birmingham in the only Test match from Friday. Just before the match, regular captain Rohit Sharma has been found corona positive and now fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah can take over the reins of the team in his place. Bumrah will be the 36th player to captain the team in a Test match for India.

It is being told that, when Team India will play in the Birmingham Test against England on July 1, the team's responsibility will be in the hands of Bumrah. C.K. Naidu had the distinction of doing captaincy for the first time in a Test from India. Since then, there have been a total of 35 Test captains under whose leadership the team has played cricket. Virat Kohli tops the list of most successful captains for India in terms of wins.

When did India win their first Test match:-

Team India, which played its first Test match in 1932, got its first victory 20 years later in 1952. In the 5th and final match of the series against England under the captaincy of captain Vijay Hazare, the team won by an innings and 8 runs. England scored 266 in the first innings of the Chennai Test, in reply to which India declared the first innings at 457 for 9. In the second innings, the entire English team was bowled out for 183 runs. Vinoo Mankad took 8 wickets in the first innings and 4 wickets in the second.

This record is in the name of Virat Kohli:-

Virat Kohli holds the record for most wins in Tests as a captain. Captaining in 68 Tests, he has won 40 matches, while the team has lost 17 matches under his captaincy, while 11 matches have been drawn. This is followed by the name of Mahendra Singh Dhoni under whose captaincy Team India has won 27 Tests by playing 60 matches, losing 18 matches and drawing 15. At the same time, Team India's opener Sourav Ganguly won 21 out of 49 Tests and lost 13 matches, 15 matches were drawn.

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