Australia returns home LOOSING ALL MATCHES in a tour to India after 30 years....

India
October 24, 2010 4:07am CST
After a long period of 30 years Australia left India by loosing all the matches in a tour. in 1979-80 tour that Australia left India without winning a single game. In 1996 almost similar situation occured,they lost the single Test they played but they were able to drew the warm up game. So its the second time Aussies returnd home after a very very disappoing tour against India. So its a new credit(record) for our captain Dhoni.
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@venkit (2957)
• India
24 Oct 10
ya it is happening after a long time of 30 years. but i would have been more happy if india would have won the series 3-0 instead of 1-0. but that didnt happen. but if that 2 washed out match has been played then aus would have won at least one. finally aus end up the tour by lossing all the matches they have played in this tour.
• India
25 Oct 10
3-0 would have much better than 1-0. AUS end the tour with total flop
@ram_cv (16516)
• India
24 Oct 10
Yes, now the Aussies will share the feeling that we have had during numerous tours of Australia when we came back empty handed. I think the biggest fallout of this is the questions raised at the captaincy of Ricky Ponting which keeps getting worser with every series that goes by now. The famed Australian bench strength is now decimated. Also Clarke does not seem ready to step up to plate as the next captain of Australia just yet. If anything, India has stamped their authority as the number 1 test team in the world. Now bring on the South Africans!! Cheers! Ram
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• India
25 Oct 10
Yes the Pontings captaincy is getting worse match by match. AUS should find some good captain soon
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@pratik87 (1928)
• India
25 Oct 10
yes it was good to see Australia going back home without a win under their belt. neither ponting nor micheal clarke were able to secure a win as captain. it will be interesting to see how things pan out when India next tour Australia.
@rijovjohn (429)
• India
25 Oct 10
Ya it is happy that india won both test and one day deries after a long time and put australia in great shame. We have done what we can . Now is the time for England in Ashes. We have given a good base for them and let then do the remaining. I dont think the credit should be given to captain only. Actually the players displayed a great work. Dhoni was poor in batting in both test and one days.
@sami00 (891)
• India
24 Oct 10
Hi, It was very unfortunate as the AUSSIES have not won a game during this tour.They would be really disappointed.I think the major reason was calling off two ODI.Only one match was played and the Indians out classed them.They were very hungry for a win after their test series.If the other two matches would have been played then the Aussies would have won at least one match.Indian team have won a ODI series against Australia after thirty years.I think it won't be a credit for the Indian skipper Dhoni because they played only one match.