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.

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

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

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

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

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)

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)

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

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

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

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)

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