Team India and Australia are face-to-face in the fourth and final match of the four-Test series. By the end of the day's play in reply, Australia have scored 24 runs without any loss in 10 overs. Marcus Harris 19 * and Usman Khawaja 5 * are still on the crease by scoring runs. The hosts are still ahead of India's score of 598 runs with all the wickets remaining.
Team India scored their first innings against Australia at 622/7 in 167.2 overs thanks to the record scorers of Cheteshwar Pujara (193) and Rishabh Pant (159 *) and Mayank Agarwal (77) and Ravindra Jadeja (81) Declared.
Jadeja completed his Test career with the fourth ball of 159th over of the innings by Lyon and completed his 10th fifty. He completed fifty in 89 balls with the help of one four and one six.
Rishab Pant made the second century in the 150th over of the innings by Marnus Labuschagne, adding a second in the direction of midwicket, adding his second Test century. He became the first Indian wicket-keeper batsman to complete a century in Australia. The left-hander completed the hundreds with 13 fours in 137 balls.
Earlier, he took one run by playing the shot in the direction of short mid-on on the third ball of 132th over of the innings by Lyon and completed the third half-century of his Test career. He completed fifty balls with the help of four fours in 82 balls.
Team India had the first shock in the form of Hanuma Vihari on the second day of the Sydney Test ie Friday. Australia's spinner Nathan Lyon has given this significant breakthrough. Hanuma Vihari, who was batting on a personal score of 42 runs, was caught by Marnus Labuschagne.
After that Pujara shared an 89-run partnership for the sixth wicket with Rishabh Pant, putting India on 400 runs. Pujara was very close to the double century, but a ball from Nathan Lyon gave up on his arrows.
Saurashtra's batsman faced 373 balls in his marathon innings and scored 193 runs with 22 fours. Pujara played this innings while spending 9 hours seven minutes on the crease. Lyon grabbed Pujara's catch on his own ball.