India vs Australia cricket series has always been a spectacle for cricket lovers. Both teams have produced some of the greatest players and moments in cricket history. Given the plethora of world-class talent on display, there have been innumerable occasions when one player or the other took the game by the scruff of the neck and won it for the team.
In this listicle, we will look at the 5 best bowling spells from India vs Australia that brought the batters to their knees and the match into one team’s favour.
5. Ravi Shastri: 6.5-1-15-5 (December 8, 1991) Benson & Hedges World Series
Ravi Shastri’s outstanding spell of bowling against Australia in the Benson & Hedges World Series in 1991 is one of the best bowling performances in an India vs Australia series. He picked up five wickets for just 15 runs, which helped India to restrict Australia to just 101 runs.
Shastri’s spell included the wickets of Mark Taylor, Geoff Marsh, David Boon, and Tom Moody. India won the match by a massive 107 runs after making 208 in the first inning.