Aus vs Ind: Australia strikes back as Indian skipper gone for 24, Rishabh Pant fastest Indian wicket-keeper to score 1000 runs

Indian skipper Ajinkya Rahane who played a quick entertaining knock on the last day of the Gaba Test, gone early for 24 in just 22 balls. Ajinkya Rahane was in the mood of scoring more runs in less ball as India is in much better condition after Shubhman Gill’s 91 runs knock. The catch of the Indian skipper was taken by the Australian skipper Tim Paine as Pat Cummins strike back.

Rahane hit 1 boundary and 1 six in his play of just 22 balls. After the wicket of the skipper Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant who came to bat become the fastest Indian wicket-keeper to score 1000 runs in Test cricket surpassing MS Dhoni. Pant achieved this feat in just 27 innings.

India is still at a better position and can create history by defeating Australia at their home in Test cricket. Gabba is the cricket ground where Australia hasn’t lost a single match in the last 32 years and this time India is looking more focused toward the victory. Every Indian player is giving his 100% to make India cease this series. The final test at Gabba is also the decider of the series as India ad Australia both stand with 1-1 win and a draw.

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