India vs Australia 2021: Team India win Border-Gavaskar Trophy at Brisbane

Border-Gavaskar Trophy

Ajinkya Rahane made history at Gabba ground on Tuesday. India won this field for the first time. India won the Border-Gaoskar Trophy by 3 wickets, surpassing Australia’s target of 328 runs. If the last series win under Virat Kohli was history, without him, the Rahane victory would have been even greater.

Injured Indian team was in danger in the first XI to go down in Gabba. From there, chasing 326 runs on the last day, victory was just a dream. Young opener Shubhaman Gill started showing that dream. While Cheteshwar Pujara is playing 50 off most balls, Shubhaman is on his way to his first century in Test cricket. Even though that century did not come, India has seen the light of victory then. Rahane’s innings of 22 off 24 balls seemed to indicate that he wanted to return after winning the draw.

Pujara, Rahanera started but could not finish. There was still a gap between the cup and the lips. Panth did the job of erasing that distance. After playing an unbeaten innings of 69 runs, he came back to ensure India’s victory. After this victory, Panth, who got a place in the first XI of India, may not have to think anymore.

Australia’s bowling attack is one of the best in the world. That attack was blunted by Panth, Washington. A new India was born in Brisbane. Those who know how to fight till the last ball by keeping an eye on the opponent. Ricky Ponting, the coach of Delhi Capitals, seems to be smiling and thinking, ‘Ajid’s body is made by my hands’.