IND vs AUS: Watch - Ravichandran Ashwin's epic reaction after Cheteshwar Pujara and Shubman Gill roll their arms in 4th Test match
After getting defeated by Australia in the 3rd Test match, Rohit Sharma and his men once again accepted the challenge from the visitors and went one on one in the 4th and final Test at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
After opting out to bat first, Australia posted a quite massive total of 480 runs with the help of Usman Khawaja's 180-run knock. Cameron Green also scored a hundred and returned to the dressing with the number 114. Witnessing it's a flat track, the Indian batters did better than Australia and put up a mammoth total of 571 runs on the board.
Virat Kohli was the man who shined with the bat scoring 186 runs and made his side sit on the driver's seat in this game. Shubman Gill also looked well with the willow at the top order as he scored 128 runs which is his maiden hundred in the longest format of the game.
Axar Patel did his job quite well in the lower order, adding 79 runs whereas the other batters failed to cross the 50-run mark in this game. In the second innings of the game, Australia was forced to bat on the final day of the game where Travis Head and Marnus Labuchagne took away the game from the hosts and made 90 and 63 runs respectively.
Relief from the point of view: Virat Kohli
Hence, India won the Border-Gavaskar Trophy and will be playing the ICC World Test Championship Final against Australia at the Oval in England. Virat Kohli was named Player of the Match for his fabulous 186 and shared a lot in the post-match presentation.
"To be honest, the expectations I have from myself as a player is more to important to me. I felt I was batting well from the first innings at Nagpur. We focused on batting for long.
I did that to an extent but not to the capability that I have done in the past. Was a little disappointed for that. Relief from the point of view that I could play the way I wanted to play," Virat Kohli was quoted as saying by Cricbuzz.
"I was happy with my defence. I am not in a space now where I will go out and prove someone wrong. I also need to justify why I am there on the field. When I was 60 not out, we decided to play positively.
But we lost Shreyas to injury and were a batter short. So, we decided to playtime. They were good with the ball and placed some good fields. We got a bit of a lead and gave ourselves some sort of a chance," he added.
However, on the final day of the game, Cheteshwar Pujara and Shubman Gill were seen bowling the last two overs of the final session of the 4th Test which was a kind of moment once seen in our life. Ravichandran Ashwin comes up with a hilarious reaction on Twitter.
Watch the video here:
Main kya karu? Job chod du? 😂 pic.twitter.com/R0mJqnALJ6— Ashwin 🇮🇳 (@ashwinravi99) March 13, 2023
Ashwin reaction when he saw Pujara and Shubman Gill bowling action 😂 pic.twitter.com/M9a2wwuMTt— Akshat (@AkshatOM10) March 13, 2023