Tuesday, January 19, 2021


INDIA AND AUSTRALIA TEST MATCH HIGH LIGHTS DAY 5 DATE 19-1-2021India scored a hat-trick to win the Border-Gavaskar Trophy for the first time; Australia lost the Test at Gabba in 32 years

BCCI Secretary Jay Shah announces Rs 5 crore bonus The previous most successful run chase in Brisbane was held by Australia.


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ગુજરાતી ન્યુઝ વાંચવા અહીં ક્લિક કરો

India beat Australia by 3 wickets in the final of the four-Test series in Brisbane to chase a target of 328 runs. With this, Team India has won the series 2-1. India has won the Border-Gavaskar Trophy for the third time in a row. Earlier in 2016-17, we beat Australia 2-1 at home. In 2018-19, they beat Australia 2-1 at home. India has never won 3 consecutive series in the Border Gavaskar Trophy before.

The contribution of Shubhaman Gill, Rishabh Pant and Cheteshwar Pujara in India's victory was invaluable. Gill scored 91, Pant 89 * and Pujara 56. Following the win, BCCI secretary Jai Shah has announced a bonus of Rs 5 crore.

Australia have lost a Test match in Gabba for 32 years. They had earlier lost to the West Indies in 1988. He was then unbeaten in 24 Tests here. As well as this is the most successful runchase in Brisbane. The previous record for the most successful run chase here was held by Australia, who chased down a target of 236 against the Windies in 1951.
India won the series after losing the first Test for the fifth time:

2-1 vs England, 1972 / 722-1 vs Australia, 2000 / 012-1 vs Sri Lanka, 20152-1 vs Australia, 2016 / 172-1 vs Australia, 2020/21

Ajinkya Rahane was caught by keeper Tim Payne for 24 off Cummins.

Pujara hit the ball four times while batting:

The fifth ball of the 33rd over hit Cheteshwar Pujara in the head. Cummins' bouncer didn't bounce as much as expected and hit the back of Pujara's helmet. The connection was tested and then Pujara was ready to play. Then in the 45th over Hazelwood's ball bounced less than expected and hit Pujara in the hand. Team Physio used magic spray and Pujara continued to bat. Then again in the 49th over Hazelwood's ball hit Pujara in the right gloves. Cheteshwar continued to bat with pain killers. The fifth ball of the 51st over was bowled by Hazelwood and hit Pujara in the head. He was not in a position to duck.

Gill missed a century for 9, sharing a 114-run partnership with Pujara
Shubhaman Gill batted brilliantly in the runchase and scored 91 off 146 balls with the help of 8 fours and 2 sixes. He missed his maiden century by 9 runs. He was caught out by Steve Smith in the slip in Nathan Lyon's bowling

Starc gave up 20 runs in the 46th over
Mitchell Starc gave up 20 runs in the 46th over of the innings. This was the most expensive over of his Test career. Gile hit 2 fours and 1 six in this over, while Pujara hit 1 four. In addition to that came a single and a run no-ball.

The lowest run scorer for India in 100 balls this century:

Hanuma Vihari 6 * (100) v Australia 2021 Cheteshwar Pujara 11 * (100) v Australia 2021 (Today) Rahul Dravid 16 * (100) v Australia 2004 Rahul Dravid 16 * (100) v Australia 2007 Cheteshwar Pujara 16 * (100) v Australia 2021

Australia took the review but Pujara could not collect the pavilion
Kangaroo appealed for LBW in the bowling of Nathan Lyon when Cheteshwar Pujara was playing 2 runs. Captain Tim Payne took the review, giving the umpire a noteout. The third umpire said Pujara did not play a shot so the impact would not be seen. The decision of the on-field umpire remained the same as the ball was touching the leg stump less than 50% in ball tracking. The kangaroo priest could not assemble the pavilion.

Gill became the youngest Indian opener to hit fifty in the fourth innings
Shubhaman Gill (21 years 133 days) became the youngest Indian opener to hit fifty in the fourth innings. Earlier this record was in the name of Sunil Gavaskar. At the age of 21 years and 243 days, Gavaskar scored 67 * against the West Indies at Port of Spain in 1970/71.

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