After losing the first Test in Adelaide inside three days, India captain Virat Kohli feels his team lacked intent and a plan to take the game forward in the second innings.

Coming into bat with a 62-run lead and nine wickets intact, the tourists lost eight wickets for 27 runs. Mohammed Shami was retired hurt after getting hit by a Pat Cummins bullet on his right arm; 36/9 is India’s lowest ever Test score. It is also the lowest Test score since 1955 when New Zealand was dismissed for 26 by England in Auckland.

“It’s a strange one. The ball did not do much. I think we did not have any intent to go out there with a plan to take the game forward. Everything happened so quickly that nobody could make any sense of it. It was quite disappointing because of the position we were in, from there to have an hour-and-a-half like that was surprising and disappointing for everyone,” said Kohli,…

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