Dharamsala Test, Day 4: India Beat Australia By 8 Wickets, Clinch Series 2-1
After bowling out Australia for 137 in the second innings, India chased down 106 without too much trouble as KL Rahul brought up his sixth fifty of the series. Ajinkya Rahane gave him good company with the hosts winning the series 2-1. (All Pictures Courtesy BCCI)
KL Rahul didn't hide his emotions as he stroked the winning runs for India on the fourth day of the fourth Test match in Dharamsala.
India went on to win the fourth Test match by 8 wickets, clinching the series 2-1 and reclaimed the Border-Gavaskar trophy.
Australia captain Steve Smith congratulated India's stand-in captain Ajinkya Rahane for winning the fourth and final Test match of the series.
KL Rahul was peppered with a few short pitch balls but the young India opener negotiated it pretty well and went on to bring up his seventh fifty in Test matches.
Ajinkya Rahane took the attack to the opposition as he smashed two back to back sixes off Pat Cummins on the fourth day of the fourth Test match in Dharamsala.
Australia removed Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara in quick succession on the fourth morning of the fourth Test match in Dharamsala.
KL Rahul was involved in a terrible mix-up with Cheteshwar Pujara as the latter was run-out, thanks to a brilliant piece of fielding from Glenn Maxwell.
Pat Cummins removed Murali Vijay after both the Indian openers added 46 runs for the first wicket while chasing 106 in the fourth Test match in Dharamsala.
Murali Vijay was the first man to be dismissed on the fourth day of the fourth Test match in Dharamsala.
India's stand-in captain Ajinkya Rahane was impressive with his field placements and bowling changes in the fourth Test in Dharamsala.