INDvsAUS: India Bat For 131 Overs In 4th Innings To Snatch Draw At Sydney

Mumbai: The third Test of the four-match series between Australia and India ended in a draw in Sydney.

Chasing down a target of 407 runs, India scored 334/5 in 131 overs in their second innings and the match’s fourth innings.

The last time India batted out 100-plus overs in the fourth innings was against England at Lord’s in July 2002 (109.4 overs).

Also Read: INDvsAUS: Indian Cricket Team Will Travel To Brisbane For Final Test Confirms BCCI

India batted for their longest duration after 1980 in the 4th innings of a Test match and the rest as they say now is history.

Hanuma Vihari and R Ashwin led India to a sensational draw at SCG. The duo bat throughout the final session, registering an unbeaten 62 run partnership. The two teams will meet in Brisbane in final Test from 15th January with series levelled at 1-1.

Follow us on TwitterInstagram, and like us on Facebook for the latest updates and interesting stories.

Show More


Total number of coronavirus cases in India crosses 700

No.of Cases in India Infected: 724 Death: 17 Recovered: 66


Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker