As of January 2021, India holds the trophy after defeating Australia in 2020-21 by two Tests to one, with one drawn match. If a series is drawn, the country holding the trophy retains it. The series is named after distinguished former captains, Australia’s Allan Border and India’s Sunil Gavaskar.
How India beat Australia?
23-year-old Pant’s unbeaten innings of 89* in just 138 balls also ensured the visitors retained the Border-Gavaskar trophy with an impressive 2-1 series win. As the first innings came to an end on Wednesday, fans took to Twitter to give a reminder about the young Indian team’s heroics that humbled Australia at Gabba.
Why is India’s win against Australia Historic?
The four-Test series had been tied 1-1, meaning India needed only a draw to retain the trophy. The series win is a remarkable achievement considering India were bowled out for their lowest score of 36 to lose the first Test in Adelaide, before bouncing back to win the second in Melbourne.
Has India ever won in Australia?
On January 7, 2019, India made history by winning their maiden Test series in Australia. The visitors defeated the hosts 2-1 after the fourth and final Test in Sydney was called a draw due to adverse weather. Skipper Virat Kohli made history by becoming the first Indian captain to win a Test series Down Under.
Who is win India vs Australia?
India win, they beat Australia by 2 wickets in 3rd ODI and break Australia’s 26-match winning streak.
How did India win in Gabba?
324 runs from 98 overs in the final day’s play at the Gabba looked like a mountain to climb. Instead, they seized the momentum at crucial junctures to pull off an improbable win on an emotionally-charged, roller-coaster day. … Starc leaks 20 runs in an over.
Who beat Australia at Gabba?
India has scored a famous victory in the Test series against Australia, chasing down 328 on the last day of the final game at the Gabba to win the series 2-1 and retain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
Why India win at Gabba is historic?
India pulled off a historic three-wicket win at Gabba on Tuesday thanks to Rishabh Pant’s unbeaten 89-run knock which helped India realise the dream of an outright series win. The win at the Gabba on the final day meant that India have won an unprecedented back-to-back Test series Down Under.
What is meant by Gabba Test?
Source: ESPN Cricinfo. The Brisbane Cricket Ground, commonly known as the Gabba, is a major sports stadium in Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, Australia. The nickname Gabba derives from the suburb of Woolloongabba, in which it is located.
Has Pakistan ever won a Test match in Australia?
5th Test at Sydney Cricket Ground – Jan 2-6, 1984, Australia won by 10 wickets (Pakistan 278 and 210; Australia 454/6d and 35/0). 1st Test at National Stadium, Karachi – Sep 15-20, 1988, Pakistan won by an innings and 188 runs (Pakistan 469/9d; Australia 165 and 116 (f/o)).
Who was India captain when they first won over Australia?
Indian cricket team in Australia in 1947–48
|Don Bradman||Lala Amarnath|
In which country India has never won a Test series?
Out of all the Test-playing nations where Test cricket has been hosted, South Africa and Australia are the two nations where India have never won a Test series. India have played six Test series in South Africa, losing five and drawing one.
Has Australia won Test series in India?
Virat Kohli-led India registered its first-ever Test series win on Australian soil in a 2-1 series win on January 7, 2019.
Has England won Test series in India?
England’s 2–1 Test series win was their first series victory in India since the 1984–85 tour.
English cricket team in India in 2012–13.
|England cricket team in India in 2012–13|
|Captains||MS Dhoni||Alastair Cook (Tests & ODIs) Eoin Morgan (T20Is)|
|Result||England won the 4-match series 2–1|
Has India won a Test series in Pakistan?
The two sides first played in 1952, when Pakistan toured India.
India–Pakistan cricket rivalry.
|Latest meeting||8–12 December 2007 (Test) 16 June 2019 (ODI) 24 October 2021 (T20I)|
|Meetings total||Test: 59 ODI: 132 T20I: 9|
|Most wins||Test: (Pakistan 12; India 9) ODI: (Pakistan 73; India 55) T20I: (India 6; Pakistan 2)|