The last and decisive match of the 4-match Test series between India and Australia is being played in Brisbane. In the match, Australia gave a target of 328 runs to Team India. In response, the Indian team scored 183 runs, losing 3 wickets till T-time on the 5th day. Currently, Cheteshwar Pujara and Rishabh Pant are at the crease. Pat Cummins gave India a second setback as Captain Ajinkya Rahane was dismissed for 24 runs.
At the same time, Shubman became the youngest Indian opener to score a fifty in the fourth innings. He broke the 50-year-old record of former Indian opener Sunil Gavaskar. At present, Shubman is 21 years and 133 days old. At the same time, Gavaskar achieved this feat at the age of 21 years and 243 days. The former legend hit his fifty against the West Indies in the Test played at the Port of Spain.
Team India lost the first wicket for 18 runs:
Team India resumed the Day 5 game on 4/0. Meanwhile, in the 9th over of the innings, Pat Cummins gave India the first blow for 18 runs. Rohit Sharma scored 7 runs and was caught out by wicketkeeper Tim Paine.
Australia scored 294 runs in the second innings:
In the match, Australia won the toss and scored 369 runs while batting first. In response, Team India could score only 336 runs. After this, Australia scored 294 runs in the second innings. Australia had a 33-run lead in the first innings.
Shardul took 4 wickets for the first time:
Shardul has also taken 4 wickets for the first time in an innings of the Test. He sent Marcus Harris, Cameron Green, Tim Paine and Nathan Lyon back to the pavilion. The first blow to Australia was given by Shardul. He dismissed Marcus Harris on 38 runs. David Warner was then dismissed for 48 runs off 75 balls by Washington Sundar.
Mohammad Siraj took 5 wickets:
Siraj took 5 wickets in an innings for the first time. He sent Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, Matthew Wade, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood back to the pavilion. Siraj dismissed Smith for 55 runs, giving Australia the 5th blow. Captain Ajinkya Rahane took Smith’s catch in the slip.