Highlights Ind vs Aus 4th Test Day 4

The inevitable has happened. It’s pouring in Brisbane and hence the day’s play has ended. India finish on 4/0, still needs 324 runs to win the fourth and final Test. It’s been another enthralling day of Test cricket with Australia upping the ante before India hot back with quick blows. Steven Smith struck 55 off 74 with seven fours as Australia were bowled out 294 in 75.5 overs. Mohammed Siraj took maiden five-wicket haul while Shardul Thakur took 4/61. Also Read - IPL 2021: MS Dhoni to Join CSK Camp in Chennai on March 11

IND vs AUS 4th Test Day 4 AS IT HAPPENED

Shardul and Sundar have been extremely impressive throughout the Test. Not to forget, debutant T. Natarajan also rose to the occasion in his maiden Test, but what about Mohammad Siraj… He picked up his first five-wicket haul in Tests and bowled with a heart. Now it is over to the batsmen, who have a mountain to climb. Also Read - India's Predicted XI For 4th Test Against England at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad: Mohammed Siraj in For Jasprit Bumrah in Playing 11

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India was bundled out for 336, falling 33 runs short of the hosts’ first-innings total. Thakur top-scored for India as he made 67 runs while Sundar accumulated 62 runs.

Thakur and Sundar’s 123-run resilient partnership enabled visitors to reach the 300-run mark after losing six wickets under 190 runs in the first innings.

Meanwhile, both the batters completed their half-centuries. The duo also registered the highest seventh-wicket partnership for India at The Gabba, Brisbane. Thakur and Sundar broke Kapil Dev and Manoj Prabhakar’s 58-run partnership record for the seventh-wicket set in 1991.

The partnership was finally broke by pacer Pat Cummins as he sent Thakur (67) back to the hut in the final session of the game. His knock was studded with two sixes and nine fours off 115 balls.

Navdeep Saini, in a hurry of scoring runs quickly, was bagged by Josh Hazlewood after scoring five runs.

Sundar, who became the highest scorer at number seven as a debutant, held the one end strong until pacer Mitchell Starc got rid of him to reduce the visitors at 328/9. The debutant amassed 62 runs studded with six and seven fours. The visiting team was finally bowled out for 336.

Australia 369 and 21 for 0 lead India 336 (Thakur 67, Sundar 62, Hazlewood 5-57) by 54 runs

Highlights IND vs AUS 4th Test Day 4

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  • 12:50 PM IST

    The inevitable has happened. It’s pouring in Brisbane and hence the day’s play has ended. India finish on 4/0, still need 324 runs to win the fourth and final Test. It’s been another enthralling day of Test cricket with Australia upping the ante before India hot back with quick blows. Steven Smith struck 55 off 74 with seven fours as Australia were bowled out 294 in 75.5 overs. Mohammed Siraj took maiden five-wicket haul while Shardul Thakur took 4/61.

  • 12:40 PM IST

    STUMPS on Day 4!

  • 12:26 PM IST

    Shardul and Sundar have been extremely impressive throughout the Test. Not to forget, debutant T. Natarajan also rose to the occasion in his maiden Test, but what about Mohammad Siraj… He picked up his first five-wicket haul in Tests and bowled with a heart. Now it is over to the batsmen, who have a mountain to climb.

  • 12:02 PM IST

    DRIZZLE STARTS | It has started to drizzle as India openers Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill come out to see off what could be a nasty little session as the Australian pacers will go allout during their short burst. Cracks have opened up and it will not be easy for the Indian openers.

  • 11:58 AM IST

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  • 11:54 AM IST

    AUS ALLOUT | Siraj picked up five wickets to help India bundle out Australia for 294. India needs 328 to win as Siraj leads the tourists out of the park. India will hope Rohit, Gill gets them off to a steady start. Starc and Hazlewood along with Cummins are certainly going to come hard at the Indian openers. IND Need 328 to Win

  • 11:46 AM IST

    Australia still not declaring, this is getting a little strange now. Cummins and Hazlewood are throwing their bat at everything as the lead is over 320. Maybe the hosts will give the last hour to the Indians. AUS Lead by 323

  • 11:13 AM IST

    Australia loses another wicket while trying to score quick runs. The hosts could declare any moment. Lyon is out there and he would be looking to have some fun. Thakur has picked three wickets and has done a remarkable job.