Fourth day of Brisbane Test: The last and decisive match of the 4 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, by the end of the fourth day, India scored 4 runs without losing wickets in the second innings. Rohit Sharma (4) and Shubman Gill (0) are unbeaten. India now have to play 98 overs on the 5th day.
Gaba could not have a target of 250+ runs
The target of 250+ runs in Gaba has not been done yet. The highest target of 236 runs has been chased here. Australia achieved this feat in November 1951. The hosts had then beaten the West Indies by 3 wickets.
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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 to the pavilion. The first blow to Australia was given by Shardul. He got Marcus Harris out for 38 at the hands of wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant. David Warner was then dismissed for 48 off 75 balls. Washington Sundar LBW them. Fourth day of Brisbane Test.
Siraj gave 5 shocks to Australia
Siraj took 5 wickets in an innings for the first time. He sent Marnus Labuschen, Steve Smith, Matthew Wade, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood to the pavilion. Siraj sent Smith to the pavilion for 55, giving Australia the 5th blow. Smith’s catch was taken by captain Ajinkya Rahane in the slip.
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Australia’s second innings, Smith’s Fifty
Playing ahead after a 33-run lead, Australia got off to a good start by David Warner and Marcus Harris. The two shared a partnership of over 80 runs. However, Marcus Harris was caught out by Rishabh Pant at the personal score of 38 runs off Shardul Thakur. The second success was given to India by Washington Sundar, who followed David Warner to a personal score of 48 runs.
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Number 8 batsman put Fifty on Waka after 20 years
After 20 years in Brisbane, the 8th or below batsman scored a half-century. Prior to Shardul, in 1991, Moin Khan of Pakistan scored a 61-run knock against Australia at the Waka Ground in Brisbane. Shardul also equaled Manoj Prabhakar’s record.