Australia Tastes Defeat After 32 Years

General News | Jan-21-2021

Australia Tastes Defeat After 32 Years

India has become the primary team to beat Australia at The Gabba in over 32 years. They vanquished the hosts by three wickets in the fourth and last Test and secured the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2-1.

Pursuing 328, India accomplished the objective in 97 overs with Rishabh Pant staying unbeaten on 89. Shubman Gill and Cheteshwar Pujara additionally scored 91 and 56 runs separately.

It was a record run-pursue in an exciting last meeting to hand Australia their first destruction in Brisbane since 1988, as the injury-exhausted guests redesigned the 328-run focus with three overs to go.

West Indies were the last team to beat Australia at what is viewed as their fort. On the whole, Australia had won 40 out of the 62 games they played at the setting preceding this match, losing only eight.

Until Tuesday, India has played six matches, losing five, drawing one. This is likewise the first run through Australia having not succeeded at The Gabba since 2012.

Back in November 2012, that they had drawn against South Africa. Following that draw, they beat England (twice), India, New Zealand, Pakistan (twice), and Sri Lanka.

Twitterati hailed India drove by chief Ajinkya Rahane after they vanquished Australia by eight wickets in the second Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Tuesday.

The four-Test arrangement is currently level at 1-1. Australia had won the principal Test in Adelaide, additionally by eight wickets.

Set an objective of 70 after Australia were excused for 200 in their second innings on Tuesday, the Indians needed to hit the target for the deficiency of opener Mayank Agarwal and No. 3 Cheteshwar Pujara.

Ajinkya Rahane's splendid captaincy and India's 8-wicket win over Australia in the Boxing Day Test have intrigued previous Pakistan speedster, Shoaib Akhtar. The amazing cricketer praised how Rahane drove the side in an intense situation, expressing that the meeting Indian group has displayed its class and character.

 By-Alankrita Tiwari