INDIA vs AUSTRALIA : Team India won the match-Border-Gavaskar Trophy in Brisbane

The Indian team has scored a hat-trick of victories for the third consecutive time within the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Earlier, India won the last two series and captured the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

INDIA vs AUSTRALIA : Team India won the match-Border-Gavaskar Trophy in Brisbane
INDIA vs AUSTRALIA : Team India won the match-Border-Gavaskar Trophy in Brisbane

Australia's first defeat within the last 32 years at the Gaba ground, while India registered their first win here. With this, the Australia team's reign against India at this ground is over. allow us to know that for the second time during a row, India has beaten Australia within the Test series at its house . The last time India defeated Australia 2–1 within the 2018–19 Test series at its home.

The Indian team has scored a hat-trick of victories for the third consecutive time within the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. Earlier, India won the last two series and captured the Border-Gavaskar Trophy. it's an enormous win for India within the absence of Virat Kohli. India had to form four changes during this match thanks to injury to their players. Despite this,Indian team managed to make history.

Team India captained the acting captain Ajinkya Rahane, beating Australia at their home and won the Border-Gavaskar Trophy by a margin of 2-1. during this decisive match played in Brisbane, India had a target of 328 runs from Australia, which the team achieved by losing seven wickets on the idea of brilliant innings of young batsmen like Shubman Gill and Rishabh Pant. After capturing this series, Team India kept their mouth shut on all the problems including insolent, sledding, badjubani of Australia through their game.

India lost many players because  of injury, while Australia landed with their full strength. this will be gauged from the very fact that Team India's bowling attack was very inexperienced during this match, and Mohammad Siraj, who played only three matches, was made the leader of the bowling attack. He too didn't disappoint his captain and was instrumental in all-outing the Kangaroo team with five wickets within the second innings.