Rishabh Pant led India to a famous win in the fourth Cricket Test at the Gabba and gave India a 2-1 win to keep the Border Gavaskar Trophy

India took 328 runs to win and crossed the finish line with three wickets in hand and 18 balls remaining on the fifth and final day

Pant was promoted to a total of 167 after captain Ajinkya Rahane’s dismissal, hitting 89 balls out of 138

Rishabh Pants counter-attack led India to an unlikely win in the fourth Test of the Australia-India seriesGetty

Pat Cummins was the Australian bowlers’ pick, finishing 4-55 out of 24 overs, while Nathan Lyon took two wickets and Mitchell Starc went without a wicket

Previously, Cheteshwar Pujara had weathered a spate of hostile bowling from the Australian Quicks before being sacked for 56 while Indian opener Shubman Gill – who set the tone for the day – was sacked for 91, just before the deserved debut Test one hundred

India only had to draw to keep the Border Gavaskar trophy, while Australia had to win this Test to win the series 2-1 and regain the trophy for the first time since 2014-15

Rahane treated wicketkeeper Tim Paine with a ball after scoring 25 runs with just 22 balls

Rahane and Pujara scored a clear goal after Gill was sacked, and Mitchell Starc was removed from attack after several expensive overs

Pujara had difficulties with the short ball as it was hit several times on the body, helmet and hands

Gill made his Melbourne debut last month, scoring 45 and 35 unbeaten in India’s eight wicket win, which closed the streak after Australia won the inaugural game in Adelaide

The 21-year-old Indian opener scored 50 and 31 points in Sydney, where India fought for a draw in the last four sessions The visiting team defied the Australian bowling attack by more than 130 overs

Rain washed out much of Monday’s final session, meaning Sharma and Gill only survived 11 balls from stumps on the penultimate day

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