There were two unexpected results in international Test cricket on Sunday. Despite taking the lead in the first innings in the Test held in Hyderabad, India lost and became a sensation. Windies’ second victory in Australia’s Bronze Fort Gabba. Leaving aside the result of the India-England match, there is now a pressing discussion about the West Indies team defeating Australia on its own soil. However, recently it has been making significant achievements and is moving towards re-glory. And the victory in the Gabba Test.. is one of the greatest achievements of that team. The young West Indies team gave a taste of defeat to the Aussies, who were not used to defeat in the pink ball test. The Kangaroo team, who entered the ring with a target of 218 runs, were bowled out for 207 runs. This was the first Test win in Australia after 27 years. This made the team’s cricketers and former players emotional. The West Indies team is being showered with compliments on the social media platform. And the legendary cricketer of Windies, who is the commentator for this match, was elated with the success of his team. He worked so hard that he cried with joy while giving the commentary. After his team’s victory, he became emotional as he hugged fellow commentator Adam Gilchrist. The video related to this has now gone viral on social media. In fact, fans are not very interested in the series. As expected, the host Australia won the first test by 10 wickets. Everyone mockingly said that a team like Pakistan could not beat Australia. But in the second Test, which was the last of the series, all the players performed as a team. The desire to win at any cost was evident in the West Indies players. At one stage in the first innings, West Indies lost 5 wickets for 64 runs and recovered strongly. The final score was 311 runs. Instead, they dismissed four Australian batters for 24 runs. Finally, the Aussies made 289 runs with Khawaja, Alex Carey and Cummins excelling. As West Indies were bowled out for 193 runs in the second innings, the Aussies set a target of 216 runs. But Shamar Joseph’s seven-wicket haul bowled out the Aussies for 207 runs and secured a historic win. They have proved that they are not inferior to anyone.