In the fourth and final Test match being played in Brisbane, India has won a four-match Test series against Australia by winning a historic victory. India won the series 2–1 by winning a historic win in the final match at Brisbane’s Gabba ground. India had a target of 328 runs to win. In response, India won the match by 3 wickets by scoring 329 runs. In this winning inning of 329 runs, Shubman Gill scored 91 runs from 146 balls and Rishabh Pant scored 89 not out from 138 balls for India. In the first innings, Shardul Thakur scored 67 runs from 115 balls and Washington Sundar scored 62 runs for the Indian team.
The BCCI has announced a bonus of Rs 5 crore to the team for this win on the historic victory at Border-Gavaskar Trophy at the Gaba Ground in Brisbane. Australia had not lost at Gaba ground for the last 33 years.
– Jay Shah (@JayShah) January 19, 2021
Indian team was trailed by 33 runs in the first innings
At the beginning of the fourth Test match, Australia won the toss and scored 369 runs in the first innings, batting first. In response, the Indian innings could score only 336 runs and on the basis of the first innings, it was 33 runs behind Australia. After this, Australia could only score 294 runs in the second innings. Thus India got a target of 328 runs to win the series with the match. Thanks to the brilliant half-century innings of Shubman Gill and Rishabh Pant, India won the match by 3 wickets and also won the series 2–1.
The biggest run chase on Gaba ground
India has won by scoring the biggest run ever on the Gaba ground. Earlier, there was no target chase of more than 250 runs. Earlier in 1951, Australia defeated West Indies by chasing a target of 236 runs and won by three wickets. Talking about India, so far he has played six Tests here in which he had lost in five and in one match he was successful in getting a draw.