Aus vs Ind: Pant’s inning lead India to create history at Gabba

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Rishabh Pant, the Indian young wicket-keeper lead team India to create history at Gabba. He made many records in a single test match inning as he scored unbeaten 89 in 138 balls. In the nailbiting decider test, Shubhman gill and Rishabh Pant helped India to beat Australia in their home ground Gabba after 38 long years.

Pant also become the fastest Indian wicket-keeper to score 1000 Test runs. The match full of ups and downs finally finished with India’s victory. India lost their opener, Rohit Sharma, early today, after which other batsmen did their job well. Rishabh Pant became a national hero after this historic match against Australia. The wicket saving and winning knock from one end by Pant lead India to cease series by 2-1.

India got the target of 328 runs in the last inning which was later chased by Indian batsmen with three wickets in hand. India scored 329 runs and create a memorable moment. The highest chased target at Gabba was 236 but India inexperienced batsmen and bowlers did their job perfectly. Washington Sundar and Pujara also played a major role by putting up 50+ partnerships.