IndvsAus: Virat Kohli misses double century, India’s first innings limited to 571
In the final match of the four-match Border Gavaskar Trophy between India and Australia, former Indian captain and star batsman Virat Kohli batted explosively and scored the 28th century of his Test career. However, during this he missed out on scoring a double century. He played an innings of 186 runs in 364 balls. India has a lead of 91 runs in the first innings. India’s team was dismissed for 571 runs on the fourth day.
Earlier, Shubman Gill had also scored a blistering century. Although Australia’s Todd Murphy and Nathan Lyon took three wickets each. India’s fourth wicket fell in the form of Ravindra Jadeja. Jadeja (28) was dismissed by Todd Murphy after scoring runs. The fifth wicket of the Indian team fell in the form of KS Bharat, who scored 44 runs. The sixth wicket of the Indian team was taken as Akshar Patel. Akshar Patel and Virat Kohli together have given the team a strong position. Akshar Patel scored 79 runs in 113 balls with the help of five fours and four sixes.
There has been a partnership of more than 100 runs between the two. The seventh wicket fell in the form of Ravichandran Ashwin, who returned to the pavilion after scoring seven runs in 12 balls. Before the end of the Indian innings, India got the eighth blow in the form of Umesh Yadav. Umesh returned to the pavilion without opening the account, which was run out by Peter Handscomb.