India made history in Brisbane. India won the series by defeating Australia (Ind vs Aus) in a thrilling match. India won the match by three wickets. India won the match by chasing 328 runs with the help of Shubhaman Gill, Cheteshwar Pujara and Rishabh Panth. Also won the four-match series 2-1.
India smells of victory in the pair of Shubhaman and Pujara. That hope is further aroused by Rishabh’s batting. In the end, India won in a tense match in Gabba. India won the series by beating Australia with a broken team. Panth remained unbeaten on 89 runs. He won by a classical boundary.
Washington Sundar, who hit a formidable half-century in the first innings of his maiden test match, gave him a worthy accompaniment in the final. When he needs ten runs to win, he has to get out of the lyon ball to do a reverse sweep. He made 22 runs off 29 balls with the help of 2 fours and 1 six.
Then Shardul Thakur was also dismissed for 2 runs. India needed 3 runs when he was out. Then Navdeep Saini came down. But he did not have to play any ball. Rishabh hit the boundary and led the team to victory. Many of the team’s top players were not. Ajinkya Rahane’s India is in the pockets of this series mainly due to the power of young cricketers.
No amount of praise is enough for the way India has struggled with the problem of injuries. In the absence of top cricketers, young cricketers have taken advantage of every opportunity they get.
Rishabh had scored a great century in the previous match. However, he was out after scoring a century to chase the run. Hanuma Bihari and R Ashwin then stopped the team from catching the crease. Rishabh left the field after winning the match. All in all, this victory is the victory of the youth.
With this, India lost the Test series to Australia twice in a row and retained the Border–Gavaskar Trophy.