IND vs AUS, WTC Final, Day 4: Team India handed over to Kohli-Rahane, still have to fight hard for victory


Fourth day’s play is over.
Indian team’s hope associated with Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane.

New Delhi. The fourth day of the final of the ICC World Test Championship 2021-2023 has come to an end. Team India has scored 164 runs at the loss of three wickets after the end of the fourth day. If the Blue team has to win this match, they will have to make 280 more on the last day. For the team, experienced batsman Virat Kohli is unbeaten on 44 off 60 balls with the help of seven fours and Ajinkya Rahane is unbeaten on 20 off 59 balls with the help of three fours. The players who were dismissed in the second innings for India are Captain Rohit Sharma (43), Shubman Gill (18) and Cheteshwar Pujara (27).

Australia declared their second innings at 270/8.

Earlier today the Australian team declared its second innings at 270/8 runs. In the second innings for the team, wicket-keeper batsman Alex Carey, batting at the seventh position, played the most unbeaten half-century innings of 66 runs. Apart from this, Mitchell Starc contributed 41 runs in 57 balls in the lower order and Marnus Labushen contributed 41 runs in 126 balls in the middle order.

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Jadeja took 3 wickets in the second innings:

Ravindra Jadeja was the most successful bowler in the second innings for India. He got maximum three success by spending 58 runs while bowling 23 overs for the team. Apart from them, Mohammad Shami and Umesh Yadav got two wickets each and Mohammad Siraj got one wicket respectively.

Australia managed to score 469 and India 296 in the first innings:

Batting first after losing the toss at The Oval, the Australian team managed to score 469 runs in the first innings. For the team, Travis Head managed to score 163 runs in 174 balls and Steve Smith scored 121 runs in 268 balls.

At the same time, the Indian team managed to score 296 runs in the first innings. While batting at number five for the team, Rahane scored the highest half-century of 89 runs. Apart from this, Shardul Thakur contributed 51 runs while batting at the eighth position.

Tags: Ajinkya Rahane, India vs Australia, Virat Kohli, WTC Final

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