- Top 5 batsmen of the Indian team who have scored the most runs in international cricket on Australian soil
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𝕁𝕚𝕠𝕋𝕧𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕖𝕖 – It has always been very difficult for foreign batsmen to score runs on Australian soil. But there are some batsmen who like playing against the Australian team very much.
At the same time, Indian captain Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma are some of the players who have done extremely well in Australia.
The same today we will tell about the top-5 Indian batsmen who have scored the most runs on Australian soil in this article. Let’s know about those batsmen.
The first number in this list comes the name of former Indian cricket team batsman Sachin Tendulkar.
This batsman of the Indian cricket team has scored 3300 runs in 84 innings of 67 matches played on Australian soil with an average of 42.85 and with the help of 7 centuries.
Sachin Tendulkar’s highest score on Australian soil is an unbeaten 241 runs and he scored a double century in Sydney in 2004.
In this list comes the name of the current captain of the Indian team and the best batsman Virat Kohli. Indian skipper Kohli has completed 3000 runs with 85 runs in the third T20 match against Australia.
Virat Kohli, who is called the Indian captain and run machine, has scored a total of 3052 runs in 62 innings of 52 matches against Australia with an average of 54.50 and the help of 11 centuries.
In this list, the name of Indian cricket team vice-captain and opener batsman Rohit Sharma comes at number three.
Hitman Sharma has played very few Test matches against Australia. However, he has done well in limited-overs cricket against Australia.
Rohit Sharma has scored 1788 runs against Australia in 47 innings of 44 matches at an average of 43.60 and with the help of 5 centuries.
In this list, former Indian batsman VVS Laxman’s name comes at number four. This batsman of India has performed brilliantly against Australia in both India and India.
Laxman has scored 1703 runs in 45 innings of 31 matches against Australia at an average of 41.53 and with the help of 7 centuries.
5- Rahul Dravid
In this list, the name of former great wicketkeeper-batsman Rahul Dravid of the Indian cricket team comes at number five.
In the year 2002, hardly any of his fans would have forgotten his best innings of 233 runs on the ground.
Dravin has scored 1688 runs in 47 innings of 33 matches against Australia at an average of 39.25 and a double century.