Unbelievable Upset Down Under: West Indies’ Sensational Triumph Against Australia – How Shamar Joseph Shattered Records

Discover the jaw-dropping upset as West Indies defies all odds to stun Australia in a historic Test victory! Dive into Shamar Joseph’s incredible bowling spell that secured an unforgettable win. Cricket history was made – don’t miss the thrilling details.

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Shamar Joseph took 7 wickets against Australia.

In a riveting turn of events, the West Indies, with an underpowered squad, orchestrated a monumental upset against Australia in Brisbane on January 28. Shamar Joseph, the resilient pace bowler, showcased a spectacular display of fast bowling, securing a remarkable eight-run victory for his team.

Despite facing defeat in Adelaide last week and entering the day-night Test in Brisbane with low expectations, the West Indies defied the odds. Debuting four players, including Joseph, they bowled Australia out for 207 in the second session on Sunday, marking their first triumph on Australian soil since their 1997 victory in Perth.

Joseph’s stellar performance stood out as he bowled 11.5 overs of aggressive pace, claiming an impressive 7-68 in only his second Test. Australia, starting the day at 60-2 with Steve Smith leading the charge, seemed comfortable against the West Indies’ attack.

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However, Joseph, who had retired hurt the previous night, made a dramatic entry into the attack and quickly turned the tables. Dismissing key players like Green and Head, he disrupted Australia’s momentum, reducing them to 113-4. Despite Smith’s resilient half-century, Joseph continued to make crucial breakthroughs.

A thunderous delivery from Joseph sent Carey’s stumps flying, leaving Australia at 136-6. Mitchell Starc’s aggressive approach added some runs, but his attempt to dominate ended with a catch in the covers. Cummins fell next, edged behind the stumps.

In the post-break session, Alzarri Joseph and Shamar Joseph continued their dominance. Shamar dismissed Nathan Lyon caught behind, and then he showcased his pace once more, bowling Hazlewood through the gate to wrap up the innings in a historic triumph for the West Indies.

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