India vs. Australia 4th Test, Highlights: Rain drawn the Sydney Test, India won Test series by 2-1

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Sports| India vs. Australia 4th Test, Highlights: The Sydney Test match between India and Australia ended on the draw due to rain. Team India has made the game its name in the four-match Test series 2-1. At the same time, India has made history on Australia's land. After 72 years, India has managed to overcome the Kangaroos and defeat them. Cheteshwar Pujara, who scored 193 runs in the Sydney Test, was announced as the 'man of the match', along with it he got the man of the series award. Pujara scored 521 runs in a four-Test series.

India has won a series of Test matches for the first time in 72 years on Australian land. For the first time since Independence, an Indian team has been successful in winning the Test series in this country. Team India, captained by Virat Kohli, has registered itself in the golden pages of history, because when the Test series was played between the two countries for the first time, the players of the current Indian team were not born.

India had won the first Test match played in Adelaide by 31 runs, but in the second Test in Perth, Australia had returned India defeating India by 146 runs, but in Melbourne, the Virat's counterattack reversed the Kangaroos by 137 runs. By giving away 2-1 lead in the Test series. On the fourth Test in Sydney, Team India won the Test series for the first time in Australia by 2-1.

Due to rain, the game of fifth and final day could not be played and the umpires decided to draw a match after lunch which made India their own match of the four-match series 2-1. In this way, India was successful in retaining the Border-Gavaskar trophy.

India declared their first innings by 622 runs on seven wickets, in response to Australia being dismissed for 300, and had to land on its soil for the first time in 30 years for the first follow-on. Australia scored six runs without any loss in the second innings.

The fifth day had the pitch covered throughout the morning session. Black dense clouds are covered above the Sydney Cricket Ground and there is light rain in the meantime. Sunday also remained cloudy all day and situation did not change even today. The game was to start at 10 o'clock in the local time, but the possibility of rain ended its prospect. The umpires finally decided to draw a match at the local time of 2 o'clock 30 minutes.

The Indian batsmen kept on the first two days of the match. Cheteshwar Pujara scored 193 and Rishabh Pant made an unbeaten 159. Australia, on the third day, scored 236 runs for six wickets, due to poor light conditions. Next day his team was out for 300 runs. On behalf of India, Kuldeep Yadav took five for 99 runs.

India invited Australia to follow-on but due to poor light the game of the fourth day had to end soon. Australia then scored six runs without any loss. Pujara played a key role in India's series win He scored 521 runs in the series at an average of 74.42, including three centuries. They were selected as 'Man of the Match' and 'Man of the Series'.

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