Cricket “Tie Matches”

Of the 2000 Test matches in cricket’s 141-year history until 1986, only two Test matches were held. The aforementioned matches were played against two different teams by the Australian team and the Australian cricketer “Bob Simpson” was involved in both matches.

West Indies vs. Australia 1960

In December 1960, the West Indies cricket team traveled to Australia to play a series of five Test matches. The first test match was played at the Gaba Stadium in Brisbane from 9 to 14 December 1960, 498 matches in the history of Test cricket. When they came on the field, the West Indies team was dominated by the best batsmen in the world. The visiting team led by Farnick Warl included renowned batsmen like Rohan Kanhai and Gary Sobers, while Australian teammate Richie Benaud. In both matches, all the players from the rival teams were out, while the T The situation is the same value which match ” tie ” called.

Australia vs. India 1986

In September 1986, the Australian cricket team traveled to India to play a series of three Test matches. The first Test match was played from September 18 to 22 at Madras (Chidambaram) Chidambaram Stadium, ending with a tie. Australia won the toss and started batting. Opening batsman David Bone gave the Kangaroos a good start and scored a century. He scored 122 runs at the hands of Shivlal Yadav, caught by Kapil Dev. Third-placed batsman Dan Jones scored a double century and Alan Border’s Australian team scored 574 for two. The Indian team scored 397 runs in the innings, while only Kapil Dev managed to score a century.

Australia vs. South Africa 1999

The 2nd semi-final of the 1999 World Cup between Australia and South Africa is considered the most important match in the history of one-day cricket. It was a very nerve-wracking match. The Australian batsmen scored 213, batting first on the ground at Birmingham, Edgbaston. South Africa was the second most favored team after Pakistan in this World Cup and reached the semi-finals by performing well in the tournament. The squad was laughable, with aggressive batsmen such as Jacques Kelce, Mark Boucher and Lance Klozner while the best bowlers in the field of bowling were Sean Pollock and Alan Donald. The Australian team was playing under the leadership of Steve Waugh with the world’s best players. When the South African batsmen started the batting in pursuit of the target of 213 runs, it was common practice to reach the target for the Proteas. It’s not impossible to do, but the bowlers and fields of Australia showed a wonderful game that made it impossible for the South African batsmen to score a target of 213 runs.

Australia vs. West Indies 1999

In December 1999, the Benson & Hedges World Series tournament was played on the Australian mainland between the West Indies, India and host country Australia. Its first match was held in Perth between India and the West Indies. West Indies won the toss and invited India to bat. Star batsmen like Sachin Tendulkar, Sri Kant, Azharuddin, Kapil Dev and Kiran Moe-ray returned to the pavilion without reaching double digits, while Jogal was knocked out without an accountant.

Australia vs. Pakistan 1992-93

In 1992-93, a one-day series between Pakistan, Australia and the West Indies was held in Australia. The fourth match between host country and Pakistan was played at Hobart on December 10, 1992. Pakistan team captain Javed Mian Dadetheb, led by Cangroosteem, was led by Alan Border. In reply, Pakistan’s opening pair Ramiz Raja and Aamir Sohail were dismissed for only 10 runs. In the one-down position, Saleem Malik scored a fifty, while the fourth and fifth batsmen Javed Mian Dad and Inzamam-ul-Haq failed to score. In the last over, 17 runs needed to win.

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