We all know, when Australia was on their peak in Test cricket, they have created some massive records which still seems unbreakable. Their record of most consecutive test wins is one of those. Australia holds the record of most consecutive test wins. They have won 16 consecutive test matches not once but twice. But do you know, India is the team which stopped Australia 16 matches winning streak on both the times.
First Australian 16 matches winning streak is stopped by Ganguly lead India team when they defeated Australia in the historic Kolkata test match where VVS Laxman scored 281 runs in India’s second inning in year 2001.
Second Australian 16 matches winning streak is stopped by Anil Kumble lead India team when they defeated Australia in the 3rd test at Perth ground after getting 2 consecutive defeats in Melbourne and Sydney in year 2007/08.
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