AUS vs IND: Team India, making history in Brisbane Test, just 324 runs away, see what the figures say - Newztezz Online


Monday, January 18, 2021

AUS vs IND: Team India, making history in Brisbane Test, just 324 runs away, see what the figures say

New Delhi:
 Team India is close to making history in the fourth and final Test being played in Brisbane between India and Australia. Australia has given a target of 328 runs to win India. By the end of the fourth day of play, Team India has scored 4 runs without losing wickets. Rohit Sharma 4 and Shubman Gill returned unbeaten after scoring 0 runs. In this way, India now needs 324 runs to win.

If Team India manages to achieve this goal, it will not only win but it will also become the first team to defeat Australia in its stronghold for the first time after 1988. Along with this, repeating history, he will also capture the Test series 2-1. The four-Test series is currently tied at 1-1. Australia won the first match in Adelaide, while India won the second Test in Melbourne and equalized the series. The third Test played in Sydney was drawn.

However, the figure of Brisbane may add little to it. But the records are made to be broken and team India has great courage in it. In fact, the most successful chase in Brisbane so far has been 236 runs and Australia has put a target of 328 in front of India. But, if you look at the second part of this story, runs are also scored in the fourth inning in Brisbane. Pakistan scored 450 runs in the fourth innings in the Test played here in 2016. 

Earlier, Australia's second innings after tea on the fourth day was reduced to 294 runs. In this way Australia has given India a target of 328 runs to win. Actually, Australia has a lead of 33 runs on the basis of first innings. India's first innings has been reduced. In response to Australia's 369 runs, the Indian team was all out by scoring 336 runs. In this way, Australia got a lead of 33 runs on the basis of first innings. 

Second innings of australia

In the second innings for Australia, Marcus Harris - 38, David Warner - 48, Marnus Labushane - 25, Steve Smith - 55, Matthew Wade - 0, Cameron Green - 37, Tim Paine - 27, Mitchell Starc - 1, Nathan Lyon - 13 and Josh Hazlewood were dismissed 9 runs. While Pat Cummins was unbeaten on 28 runs. In the second innings of Australia, Mohammad Siraj took the maximum of 5 wickets for India, while Shardul Thakur took four wickets in the account. Washington Sundar dismissed one player.

India's first innings

Earlier, the Indian team was limited to 336 runs in the first innings. For India, Rohit Sharma - 44, Shubman Gill - 7, Cheteshwar Pujara - 25, Ajinkya Rahane - 37, Mayank Agarwal - 38, Rishabh Pant - 23, Washington Sundar - 62, Shardul Thakur - 67, Navdeep Saini - 5 and Mohammad Siraj. - 13 runs scored while T Natarajan remained unbeaten by 1 run. While Josh Hazlewood took the maximum 5 wickets from Australia. Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins took two wickets each. While Nathan Lyon got a wicket in the account.

Australia's first innings

In the first innings for Australia, David Warner - 1, Marcus Harris - 5, Marnus Labushane - 108, Steve Smith - 36, Matthew Wade - 45, Cameron Green - 47, Tim Paine - 50, Pat Cummins - 2, Nathan Lyon. - Josh Hazelwood-24, 11 runs out. While Mitchell Starc was 20 not out. At the same time, T Natraj, Shardul Thakur and Washington Sundar took three wickets each from India, while Mohammad Siraj got one wicket.

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