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India 289/3 in the first innings after 14 months and 15 innings, Kohli’s Fifty, Gill scored his 5th century of the year

India 289/3 in the first innings after 14 months and 15 innings, Kohli’s Fifty, Gill scored his 5th century of the year

India 289/3 in the first innings after 14 months and 15 innings, Kohli’s Fifty, Gill scored his 5th century of the year

India has made a strong start in the fourth Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. The team has scored 289 runs for three wickets in response to Australia’s 480 runs in the first innings, although the team is still behind by 191 runs, but has saved the follow-on. After the end of Saturday’s game on the third day of the match, Virat Kohli returned unbeaten on 59 and Ravindra Jadeja on 16 runs.

India progresses their innings to 36/0 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Shubman Gill (128 runs) scored a century. He has scored his 5th international century this year.

Gill made half-century partnerships with all three captains Rohit Sharma (35 runs), Pujara (42 runs) and Kohli. After Gill’s dismissal, Kohli took command and scored a half-century. The fifty has come after 14 months and 15 innings with his bat.

Earlier, Kohli had scored Fifty against South Africa on 11 January 2022.

Team India’s wickets fell like this

First: On the last ball of the 21st over, Rohit Sharma caught Labushen standing at short extra cover. Kahneman got the first wicket.
Second: Todd Murphy made Cheteshwar Pujara LBW.
Third: Gill was made LBW by Nathan Lyon.
Gill’s 5th international century in 3 months
Gill has scored 5th international century this year. This is the second century of his Test career.

113-run partnership between Gill-Pujara

Centenary Shubman Gill made three half-century partnerships on the top order. He made an opening partnership of 74 runs on 126 balls with Rohit. Then after the dismissal of captain Rohit Sharma on the team score of 74 runs, he shared an important partnership of 113 runs on 248 balls for the second wicket with Cheteshwar Pujara. This partnership recovered Team India from the first setback. After Pujara’s dismissal, Gill added 58 runs with Kohli. Here he himself became a victim of Nathan Lyon.

Rohit Sharma completes 17,000 international runs

Indian captain Rohit Sharma has completed 17 thousand runs in international cricket. Rohit is the sixth Indian batsman to do so. Before him, Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli, Rahul Dravid, Sourav Ganguly, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, and Virender Sehwag have done so.

First: Session in the name of Indian batsmen The first session of the third day was in the name of Indian batsmen. In this, 93 runs were scored, while one wicket also fell. Before lunch, the Indian team scored 129 runs for one wicket. Indian captain Rohit Sharma was dismissed after scoring 35 runs in this session. He was caught by Matthew Kuhneman at the hands of Marnus Labushen.
Second: Mixed, Gill-Pujara’s durable batting The second session was mixed. Team India’s openers Shubman Gill and Cheteshwar Pujara batted durable. Both added 59 runs after lunch. However, at the end of the session, India lost the wicket of Pujara.
Third: Indian batsmen dominated Indian batsmen dominated the last session of the day, although the team lost the wicket of Shatkaveer Gill, but Kohli and Jadeja kept the innings together. At the end of the day, the team’s score was 289/3. Kohli returned after scoring a half-century. In this session, the highest score of 101 runs was scored on the third day.

Australia all out for 480 runs in the first innings, Khawaja-Green’s amazing batting
The second day of the match was in the name of Usman Khawaja and Cameron Green. Khawaja was dismissed for 180, while Green scored 114. On his own, Australia scored 480 runs in the first innings. Ravichandran Ashwin took the maximum 6 wickets from India.

Till stumps, India had scored 36 runs without loss. Captain Rohit Sharma 17 and Shubman Gill returned unbeaten on a personal score of 18 runs on the third day.

Australia’s strong start
The Australian team got off to a strong start on the first day. The team has scored 255 runs for four wickets on the first day. Opener Usman Khawaja returned unbeaten on 104 and Cameron Green on 49. Captain Steve Smith 38, Travis Head 32, Peter Handscomb 17 and Marnus Labushen were dismissed for 3 runs.

For India, Mohammed Shami took maximum 2 wickets. Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin got 1-1 wickets.

Shami returns in place of Siraj in India, playing eleven of both teams

India: Rohit Sharma (Captain), Shubman Gill, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, Ravindra Jadeja, Shrikar Bharat (WK), Akshar Patel, Ravichandran Ashwin, Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav.

Australia: Steve Smith (captain), Travis Head, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Peter Handscomb, Alex Carey (wicketkeeper), Cameron Green, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Todd Murphy and Matthew Kuhnemann.