The final match of the 4-match Test series between India and Australia is being played in Ahmedabad. In this Test, Australia had built a mountain of 480 runs in the first innings. Indian team’s experienced batsman Virat Kohli has performed tremendously while chasing these runs. However, at the same time, Indian batsmen also set a new record.
Batting on the first two days, the Australian batsmen dominated the Indian bowlers and scored 480 runs. The Indian batsmen also showed similar performance on a batsman-friendly pitch. In their first innings, the Indian team had at least a half-century partnership each time for their first six wickets. Captain Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill added 74 runs for the opener. Gill and Pujara put on 113 for the second wicket, Gill-Kohli 58 for the third wicket, Virat and Jadeja 64 for the fourth wicket, Virat and Bharat 84 for the fifth wicket and then Virat and Akshar shared 62 runs for the sixth wicket.
The Indian team has achieved this feat for the first time in its Test history. Also, it was the first such performance against Australia by any team
If you look at the performance of the Indian team in this village, openers Shubman Gill and Virat Kohli became the heroes of the Indian team. Gill scored the second Test century of his career with a knock of 128 runs. Virat then completed his 28th Test century, ending his Test century drought of three years and three months. He scored 186 runs. Due to the performance of these two, the Indian team gained a significant lead of 91 runs in the first innings.
(First time in history India have registered 50+ partnership for each of the first 6 wickets in Ahmedabad Test Happened for the first time in history against Australia)