Indian Team Beat Australia By 3 Wickets, Wins Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2-1

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Ind vs Aus 4th Test Report: The last match of the four-match Test series between India and hosts Australia was played at the GABA in Brisbane. In this decisive match of the series, India won the victory and named the 4-match Border-Gavaskar series with 2-1.

Tuesday was the last day of the fourth Test match on January 19. The Indian team had a target of 328 runs to win. Chasing this, India lost 7 wickets in 97 overs on the semi-centuries of Shubman Gill, Cheteshwar Pujara, and Rishabh Pant and won the match by 3 wickets.

Talking about the match, the host team won the toss and scored 369 runs while batting first, including a century of Marnus Labushan. In response, India had scored 336 runs in the first innings on the semi-centuries of Shardul Thakur and Washington Handsome. The Kangaroo team scored 294 runs after taking a lead of 33 runs in the second innings. The Indian team thus got a target of 328 runs. India had scored 4 runs till the fourth day’s game ended.

India vs Australia 4th Test Match LIVE Scorecard

India’s second innings, Gill, Pujara, and Pant’s half-centuries

Chasing a target of 328 runs, the Indian team took the first blow as vice-captain Rohit Sharma, who could not bat much on the fifth day. On a personal score of 7 runs, Pat Cummins catches the hands of Tim Pain. On the other hand, Shubman Gill stepped up the innings with Cheteshwar Pujara and hit the second half-century on the tour. He completed his fifty in 90 balls.

Shubman Gill failed to score the first century of his international career. In the second innings of the GABA Test match, he became the victim of Nathan Lyon by 91 runs. India took the third blow as Captain Ajinkya Rahane, who played sharp innings of 24 runs in 22 balls to catch the ball of Pat Cummins at the hands of Tim Penn. Cheteshwar Pujara completed the third fifty of the series on 196 balls.

As Cheteshwar Pujara, India took the fourth blow, lbw out of Pat Cummins’s ball by 56 runs in 211 balls. In the fourth innings for India, the third half-century was Rishabh Pant. He completed the FIFA in 100 balls. As Mayank Agarwal, India took the fifth blow, scoring 9 runs in 15 balls to catch the pat Cummins ball at the hands of Matthew Wade.

India took the sixth blow as Washington Sundar, making 22 runs on Nathan Lyon’s ball. The seventh setback took India as Shardul Thakur got out on 2 runs.

 

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