India has equaled Australia’s world record with its name from the series of three Tests played against Sri Lanka 1-0. This is India’s consistent ninth Test series win. India, after drawing a draw on the Ferozshah Kotla ground against Sri Lanka on Wednesday, named for the three-Test series 1-0, which is its consecutive Ninth Test series win.
Australia made world records by winning consecutive nine Test series from 2005 to 2008. The victory of the series in India’s Test series against Sri Lanka began in 2015, when it won 2-1 in Sri Lanka’s home. After this, India defeated South Africa 3-0 in their home.
This series continued under the guidance of new coach Anil Kumble in the West Indies, where India beat hosts 2-0 in the series.
After this, India defeated New Zealand 3-0 in England and England 4-0. Then beat Bangladesh 1-0. After this, number one Test Team India defeated Australia by 2-1 while retaining the win.
Under the guidance of Ravi Shastri, who came to replace Kumble, he continued his winning campaign by defeating Sri Lanka 3-0 in his home ground. After this, defeated Sri Lanka 1-0 at home.
The team, captained by Virat Kohli, has the opportunity to break the record of Australia. He has to play three Tests against South Africa in January next year. If he wins this series, then he will break the record of Australia.
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