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Live India-Australia Test, fourth day: Virat’s century after 1205 days, Team India now 36 runs behind Australia

Virat Kohli scored a century on the fourth day of India-Australia fourth Test in Ahmedabad. He has scored a century after 1205 days, 23 matches and 41 innings in the Test. This is his 28th Test century. Kohli and Akshar are at the crease. India’s score in the first innings is 444 for 5 wickets. India is currently 36 runs behind Australia.

Kohli last scored a 27th Test century against Bangladesh on 23 November 2019. This is his 28th Test century. Now Kohli has 75 international centuries. He has scored 28 in Tests, 46 in ODIs and a century in T20 International. He was caught by Nathan Lion at the hands of Peter Handscomb. Bharat shared an 84 -run partnership with Kohli. Earlier, Ravindra Jadeja was dismissed for 23 runs. Jadeja shared a 64 -run partnership with Kohli on 170 balls.

India carried forward the innings 289/3 at the Narendra Modi Stadium on Sunday. Earlier, Australia scored 480 runs in the first innings.

Iyer’s back pain, sent to scan, has a lower back pain. They have been sent for the scan. For this reason, Bharat has been sent to instead of Iyer. According to the day, see the thrill of the match

Gill’s 5th International century in 3 months, Rohit’s 17 thousand runs were fully dominated by Team India on the full fifth day. In response to Australia’s 480 runs in the first innings, the team scored 289 runs at the loss of 3 wickets. Shubman Gill (128 runs) scored his second Test career and his first Test century in India. Gill has scored the 5th International century this year.

century Shubman Gill made three half -century partnerships on the top order. He shared 74 runs with Rohit, 113 runs with Cheteshwar Pujara and 58 runs with Kohli. Apart from Gill, Indian captain Rohit Sharma has completed 17 thousand runs in international cricket. He became the sixth Indian batsman to do so. At the same time, Virat Kohli frozen 8 matches, 15 innings and 14 months later in Tests. Third day game

Watch Indian innings partnerships in the next graphic , The second day of Khwaja-Green’s amazing batting was named after Usman Khwaja and Cameron Green. Khwaja was dismissed by making 180, while Green scored 114 runs. On his own, Australia scored 480 runs in the first innings. Ravichandran Ashwin took the maximum 6 wickets from India.

India had scored 36 runs without loss till stumps. On the third day, captain Rohit Sharma returned unbeaten on a personal score of 17 and Shubman Gill 18 runs. Read the second day’s game

Now see the important partnerships of the Australian innings in the graphic The Australian team got a strong start. The team has scored 255 runs for four wickets on the first day. Opener Usman Khwaja returned unbeaten on 104 and Cameron Green 49 runs. Captain Steve Smith 38, Travis Head 32, Peter Handskumb 17 and Marnas Labushen were dismissed by 3 runs.

Mohammed Shami took the most 2 wickets for India. Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin got 1-1 wickets. Read the full news

Shami’s return instead of Siraj in India, playing XI

India: Rohit Sharma (captain), Shubman Gill, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer , Ravindra Jadeja, Srikar Bharat (WK), Akshar Patel, Ravichandran Ashwin, Mohammed Shami and Umesh Yadav. Carrie (wicketkeeper), Cameroon Green, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lion, Tod Murphy and Matthew Kuhneman.

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