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India vs Australia, Highlights, 4th Test at Brisbane, Day 5: India breach Australia's Gabba Fortress After 32 Years, Youngsters Shine

India vs Australia 4th Test Day 5 at Brisbane live score and latest update:India vs Australia live score, IND 329-7: INDIA WIN! India win the series 2-1. India breach fortress Gabba! What a sensational result for this Indian team that has battled every single obstacle. Who would have thought after the 36 all out in Adelaide? Who?! Fittingly, it's Rishabh Pant who completes it with a boundary off Hazlewood. Don't forget Cheteshwar Pujara. Don't forget Shubman Gill. Don't forget that little contribution from Washington Sundar. Don't forget Mohammed Siraj, Shardul Thakur... don't forget this Team India!

India vs Australia (test)

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AUS vs IND Cricket Scorecard (test)

4th Test test, Brisbane Cricket Ground (Woolloongabba), Brisbane, 5th Day, 3rd Session

Australia

1st INN

369/10

(115.2) RR 3.2

2nd INN

294 /10

(75.5) 3.88

Australia Tim Paine (C) (W)
India beat Australia by 3 wickets
India Ajinkya Rahane (C)

India

1st INN

336/10

(111.4) RR 3.01

2nd INN

329 /7

(97.0) RR 3.39

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13:36 (IST)

We'll leave you with that!

13:35 (IST)

Ajinkya Rahane: It means a lot to us. Don't know how to describe this victory. Proud of all the boys who showed attitude and character. Australia are a dangerous team, we just wanted to do our best.

When I went to bat, conversation between me and Pujara was for him to bat normal and I wanted to bat with intent. Credit to Pujara, the way he batted on this wicket was magnificent. Rishabh, Washington were really good in the end.

Taking 20 wickets was the key, that's why we went with 5 bowlers. Washington Sundar got that balance for us. All credit to them, Siraj has played two Tests, Saini and Shardul 1, Washington playing his first.

After Adelaide, we didn't discuss anything. It was a team effort. That was a key moment for us and I'm really happy for the team. I'd like to thank our fans who have come here.

From the Indian team, we'd like to give Nathan Lyon a signed jersey for playing 100 Tests.

13:29 (IST)

Tim Paine: Absolutely disappointed. Came here to win the match and the series. In the key moments, we were completely outplayed by a discplined and tough Indian side who fully deserve to win. There's lots of things we look back at the series. We'll go through that as a group. Big series coming up against SA. Credit to India, we tried our absolute hearts out, but it wasn't to be.

13:25 (IST)

Man of the Match Rishabh Pant: One of the biggest moments for me. Happy and thanks to the team and all the fans who supported me even when I was not planning. Dream series for me. Team management always backs me, always tells me you're a match winner. That's what I think every day - that I want to win matches for India. Ball was turning a bit, thought I should be disciplined in my shot selection.

13:14 (IST)

Current scenes

13:12 (IST)

The moment

13:10 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, IND 329-7: INDIA WIN! India win the series 2-1. India breach fortress Gabba! What a sensational result for this Indian team that has battled every single obstacle. Who would have thought after the 36 all out in Adelaide? Who?! Fittingly, it's Rishabh Pant who completes it with a boundary off Hazlewood. Don't forget Cheteshwar Pujara. Don't forget Shubman Gill. Don't forget that little contribution from Washington Sundar. Don't forget Mohammed Siraj, Shardul Thakur... don't forget this Team India!

13:05 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, IND 325-7. WICKET - Shardul Thakur is gone looking to flick Hazlewood. Leading edge pops to mid wicket. India 3 runs away. This game continues to twist and turn.

12:59 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, IND 318-6. WICKET - Washington Sundar b Lyon 22 (29). Looks to reverse sweep and misses. 10 to win off 25 balls. A bit of inexperience from Washington there, but he's done a good job.

12:55 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, IND 313-5. India need 15 in 30 balls. Just a matter of time, or is there a twist in the tale? 9 runs from Hazlewood's over. Some luck with India as well, in the form of leg-bye boundaries.

12:50 (IST)

Got to feel for Tim Paine

12:48 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, IND 304-5. India need 24 in 36 balls. Rishabh Pant with a couple of boundaries, and then add a boundary through byes too. 15 runs from Lyon's over, and India sense a sensational win here.

12:44 (IST)

Washington Sundar with a 'Nataraja' hook shot off Pat Cummins for a six! And then a boundary off an outside edge, through a slog. It's all happening.
Wow. India need 39 off 42 now.

12:39 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, IND 278-5. Equation: 50 off 48. Surely, India will not go for an all out attack now? Who knows. Nails are gone.

12:35 (IST)

Equation now: 54 balls, 53 runs. Can they? Rishabh Pant is the key for India. Pat Cummins the key for Australia.

12:33 (IST)

Heart in mouth moments

12:28 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, IND 273-5. 55 to win off 11 overs. Washington Sundar drives Pat Cummins for four. India playing their shots whenever the chance arises. Nail biting stuff.

12:20 (IST)

The wicket

12:18 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, IND 265-5: WICKET - Mayank Agarwal c Wade b Cummins. It's Cummins again, and Mayank Agarwal is gone to a rather loose shot. Looks to hit him on the rise over cover, ends up chipping a simple catch. Australia had burnt a review for a catch just the previous ball.

12:06 (IST)

India vs Australia live score, IND 259-4: DRINKS. Equation - 69 runs from the last 15 overs. Phew, we all need a break. But don't go anywhere.

India vs Australia, Highlights, 4th Test at Brisbane, Day 5: India breach Australia's Gabba Fortress After 32 Years, Youngsters Shine

India vs Australia 4th Test Day 5 at Brisbane live score and latest update:India vs Australia live score, IND 329-7: INDIA WIN! India win the series 2-1. India breach fortress Gabba! What a sensational result for this Indian team that has battled every single obstacle. Who would have thought after the 36 all out in Adelaide? Who?! Fittingly, it's Rishabh Pant who completes it with a boundary off Hazlewood. Don't forget Cheteshwar Pujara. Don't forget Shubman Gill. Don't forget that little contribution from Washington Sundar. Don't forget Mohammed Siraj, Shardul Thakur... don't forget this Team India!

 

Mohammed Siraj picked up a maiden five-wicket haul as Australia set India a target of 328 in the fourth and final Test in Brisbane on Monday. At stumps, drawn early due to rain, on Day 4, India were 4 without loss. The Gabba cracks are opening up, but more rain is predicted for the fifth day, which could make it difficult for teams to enforce a result. For Australia, it was Steve Smith's attacking half-century that stretched their lead even as India's new-look bowling attack put its best foot forward through the day. The highest successful fourth innings chase at the ground is 236 by the West Indies, way back in 1951. Australia began the day 21 without loss and went on an aggressive mode straightaway, David Warner and Marcus Harris adding 40 in the first seven overs.

Warner (6x4) and Harris (8x4) hit 14 boundaries as Siraj and T Natarajan (14-4-41-0) erred in length during the first hour. The openers added 89 when finally, a sharp bouncer from Thakur ended Harris' entertaining knock. He tried to sway away but the ball brushed his gloves on way to Rishabh Pant behind stumps. In the very next over, Warner, who was in sight of his first half-century of the series, was rapped on the backfoot by Washington who bowled one that kept straight. The opener ended up being cramped for room on the back-foot while going for the cut-shot. Labuschagne hit five boundaries and was in no mood to drop the tempo before Siraj bowled the ball of the session. Having been too short during the first spell, the delivery was on the off-stump and moved a shade before Rohit Sharma took a regulation catch at second slip. Two balls later, Matthew Wade was caught down leg side for nought as Siraj struck again.

The second session also witnessed fortunes swing as Smith attacked the Indian bowlers, found catches being dropped before three wickets kept the visitors' spirits high. While Smith made a half-century, he was well supported by Cameron Green (37) while Tim Paine (27) and Pat Cummins (28*) made useful contributions too. At one stage, both Siraj and Thakur were competing for the five-wicket haul as both were one wicket away. In the end, Siraj got there with the help of Thakur, who took the final catch off Josh Hazlewood at third man to give Siraj a special moment. Chasing 328, India were 4 for no loss when rain arrived to put an end to proceedings.

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RankTeamPointsRating
1 Australia 3028 116
2 New Zealand 2406 115
3 India 3085 114
4 England 4326 106
5 Sri Lanka 2454 91
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RankTeamPointsRating
1 England 5405 123
2 India 6102 117
3 New Zealand 3716 116
4 Australia 4344 111
5 South Africa 3345 108
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RankTeamPointsRating
1 England 6877 275
2 Australia 6800 272
3 India 10186 268
4 Pakistan 7516 259
5 South Africa 5047 252
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