New Zealand’s Best Bowling Figures Came Today at Gabba on Nov 9, 1985
Newzealand’s Bowler Richard Hadlee Took Best Figures of 9/52 in an Innings.
Richard Hadlee Took 15/123 In the Match For Newzealand Against Australia in the First Test at Brisbane.
He Demolished the Australian Side and Set up the Innings Victory For Newzealand In this First Test.
He might have become only the second man after Jim Laker to take all ten in an innings too, but after grabbing the first eight wickets to fall.
Richard Hadlee produced the ultimate act of taking a running catch to gave Vaughan Brown a maiden Test wicket.
It’s hard to believe now, but Australia was in a real rut in the mid-1980s.
This defeat came into the middle of a run of only one victory in 20 Tests.
On Nov 9, 1986, Instant revenge for West Indies, who bounced back from the ignominy of being bowled out for 53 in the first Test against Pakistan with a crushing innings victory in the second.
West Indies responded to their defeat and then including two specialist spinners for the first time in over ten years.
But Roger Harper and Clyde Butts bowled only one over between them.
They simply Not Needed Malcolm Marshall, Tony Gray, and Courtney Walsh to blew Pakistan away for 131 and 77, their lowest Test total at home.
To add insult to injury, Qasim Umar had to retire hurt in the second innings after taking a short one from Walsh in the face.
A Famous win for Australia against New Zealand in the first Test Played in Brisbane.
Opting to bat, Australia is on 389 for 2 on the opening day alone.
With David Warner rocketing along to 163, supported by Usman Khawaja (174).
Kane Williamson resisted with 140. But it wasn’t enough to push the hosts, who took an innings lead of 239.
Warner Later made his second century of the match, and along with Joe Burns (129) stretched that lead to 503 before the declaration.
New Zealand managed Just 295.