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Australia’s famous stranglehold at Brisbane fortress overcome as Pant, Pujara and Gill combine to complete one of their country’s most remarkable Test and series victories
India’s most gruelling overseas Test tour was crowned with perhaps their most famous Test win as they overcame unimaginable odds and a more-fancied opponent in a win for the ages at the Gabba.
Set 328 to win on a day-five pitch against one of the best all-round attacks Australia has fielded in modern times, India stormed to a three-wicket win with three overs to spare amid lengthening shadows and emotional celebrations as a socially distanced crowd of 5,624 fans danced and sang in triumph.