IND vs AUS: India pulled off a record run-pursue in an exciting last meeting to hand Australia their first thrashing at Brisbane’s Gabba ground since 1988 and secure the four-Test arrangement 2-1 on Tuesday.
Wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant featured with a bold 89 not out as the physical issue drained guests upgraded the 328-run focus with three overs to go, winning by three wickets.
Australia had not been beaten at the Gabba since tumbling to Viv Richards’ all-vanquishing West Indies side by nine wickets in November 1988.
India’s 329 for seven additionally crushed the 69-year-old record for the greatest run-pursue at the Gabba, set by Australia who scored 236 for seven to beat the West Indies in 1951.
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A fearless India, driven by its courageous youngsters, pulled off an exhilarating three-wicket win over Australia in the fourth Test to claim the series 2-1 and retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in Brisbane. Resuming at four for none on the final day, India overhauled the target with 18 balls to spare in a match that went down to the wire. Rishabh Pant led the chase with his aggressive yet mature unbeaten 89 while Shubman Gill scored 91.
Cheteshwar Pujara enduring many painful blows on his body in his dogged 56-run knock that he raised with a 211-ball vigil.
Australia had not been beaten at the Gabba since falling to Viv Richards’ all-conquering West Indies side by nine wickets in November 1988. India’s 329 for seven also smashed the 69-year-old record for the biggest run-chase at the Gabba, set by Australia who scored 236 for seven to beat the West Indies in 1951.
The arrangement win was a striking accomplishment considering India were bowled out for their most reduced Test score of 36 to lose the primary Test in Adelaide, prior to ricocheting back to win the second in Melbourne.
IND vs AUS They at that point batted all through the last day to attract the third Test Sydney.
Pat Cummins was effectively the pick of the Australian bowlers with 4-55 from 24 overs.