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    In Pictures: India Finish Australia Tour Breaching Fortress Gabba

    India's tour of Australia came to a memorable end with the tourists chasing down 328 to win the fourth Test and seal series 2-1.

    Updated: 2021-01-19 10:57:34 | Edited By: CricketCountry Staff
    Rohit Departs Early
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    Rohit Departs Early

    India were hit early on Day 5 when Rohit Sharma (7) fell to Pat Cummins with the scorecard reading 18/1. (AFP Photo)

    A Solid Partnership
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    A Solid Partnership

    Shubman Gill and Cheteshwar Pujara combined for a solid century partnership with the duo adding 114 runs for the second wicket. (AFP Photo)

    Test Best
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    Test Best

    Gill was looking all set for a maiden Test century but fell on 91 after hitting eight fours and two sixes. (AFP Photo)

    The Wall
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    The Wall

    However, Pujara continued to fight, braving several brutal blows to his body as the Australians unleashed bouncer barrage at the Indian. (AFP Photo)

    Brave Pujara
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    Brave Pujara

    Despite needing the physio's attention, Pujara went on to score a half-century keeping the Aussie bowlers at bay. (AFP Photo)

    The Wall Breached
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    The Wall Breached

    With the new ball, Cummins finally breached Pujara's defences as he trapped him lbw on 56. By that time, the middle-order batsman had consumed 211 deliveries. (AFP Photo)

    Pantastic
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    Pantastic

    With the Test seemingly headed for a draw, Rishabh Pant shifted gears and alongside Washington Sundar, brought India closer to the target of 328. (AFP Photo)

    A Dream
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    A Dream

    Sundar and Shardul Thakur fell quickly but by that time, India had all but sealed the win. Fittingly, Pant finished the contest in style with a four as India won the Test by three wickets. (AFP Photo)

    Trophy Retained
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    Trophy Retained

    India thus kept the Border-Gavaskar Trophy with their second successive Test series win on Australian soil. (AFP Photo)

    Gabba Breached
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    Gabba Breached

    This is the first time that any visiting team has beaten Australia at The Gabba since 1988. (AFP Photo)

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