The Indian cricket team in Brisbane’s Gaba broke many important records in Australia as well as breaking its record. Actually, after registering this victory, the team has once again reached the top in the point table of India Test Championship. At the same time, in the Test rankings, India pushed Australia to the third position and has moved strongly to the second place with 118 points.
Significantly, Team India has played seven matches in Gaba so far and won for the first time. With this victory, the team has once again reached the first position in the India Test Championship point table. According to the point table, Team India has a total of 430 points. At the same time, the winning percentage of the team is 71.1 percent, which is the highest. India has played a total of 13 Test matches under five series so far, winning nine matches. The Indian team lost three matches, while one match was drawn. Australia slipped to third position in the points table after the loss at Gaba.
With the victory in Gaba, the Indian team’s dominance in the Test rankings also increased. Now Team India has reached the second position in the Test rankings. It has reached 118 rating points. New Zealand is on the first place. He too has a 118 rating, but is ahead of India due to playing only 27 matches. Australia slipped to third place with 113 rating points after their loss to Gaba.
Let me tell you that in the last match of the series played in Gabba, Brisbane, Australia won the toss and decided to bat first. Australia scored 369 runs losing all wickets in the first innings. In reply, the Indian team was all out at 336. After getting a lead of 33 runs, Australia’s second innings was reduced to 294 runs. The Indian team scored 329 runs losing 7 wickets and recorded a historic win in Gaba.
On the last day of the Brisbane Test, Team India defeated Australia by three wickets to win the four-match Test series 2-1. This is India’s historic victory in Brisbane. The host team had not lost for 33 years at the Gabba in Brisbane, but Team India ended Australia’s reign.
Siraj performed amazingly in this historic victory of India. Siraj took five wickets for 73 runs in Australia’s second innings. For the first time in his Test career, he did an amazing job taking five wickets. However Siraj had to be content with a single wicket in the first innings.
Rishabh Pant played an important role with his bat. He was dismissed for 23 in the first innings. But in the second innings, Pant scored 89 not out. During this, he faced 138 balls. Nine fours and a skyscraper also hit sixes. Sending Man of the Match Rishabh Pant ahead of Agarwal meant that India would try to win. He started opening hands after playing for a while in the third season.
Washington, who made his fourth Test debut, bowled beautifully. He took three wickets in the first innings and one wicket in the second innings. Sundar also performed brilliantly in batting. In the first innings, he played a half-century innings of 62 off 144 balls. During this, he hit seven fours and a six. A 123-run century partnership between Sundar and Shardul for the seventh wicket. Washington Sundar (22) played well with Rishabh Pant in the second innings. Sundar changed the atmosphere by hitting sixes and fours off Cummins’ consecutive balls. He was bowled off Lyon by adding 53 runs for the sixth wicket with Pant.
Shubman Gill, who scored only seven runs in the first innings, missed out on a century in the second innings. This young batsman made a brilliant innings of 91 runs in 146 balls in the second innings. During this, he hit eight fours and two sixes. Shubman Gill missed a century, but played a fluent innings of 91 runs. The 21-year-old batsman effortlessly cut and drives and some short pitch balls, beautiful pull shots. He was caught trying to drive a ball that went out of Nathan Lyon’s off stump before turning his second half into a century.
Cheteshwar Pujara, considered the best in Tests, played 25 fifties in the first innings and 56 in the second innings. Pujara completed his 28th half-century in 196 balls which is also his slowest Pachasa, but Australia took the new ball after 80 overs and Cummins lbw out the Indian wall on the second ball. Pujara also took DRS, but could not escape. Pujara made useful partnerships with Gil for 114 off 240 balls and 61 from 141 balls with Pant.
Shardul Thakur took three wickets in the first innings. At the same time, Thakur took four wickets for 61 runs in the second innings. Shardul Thakur is not only an excellent bowler, but also a good hitter. Shardul scored a 67-run half-century in 115 balls with the help of nine fours and two sixes. He caught an easy catch in the second innings.