Team India defeated Australia by 3 wickets in the Brisbane Test to win the four-match series with 2–1. This is India’s first win at the Gabba ground and Australia’s first defeat after 32 years on this ground. With this, the Australian media, who underestimated Team India before the series, also took a U-turn and praised the players of India.
In many countries of the world including America, both the match and the team are being the topic of discussions after match. Let us see what the world media reported about yesterday’s glorious win.
The Australian wrote- A painful lesson for the Australian team struggling. It writes “Team India’s magical storm destroyed the fortress of Gabba. Without the star players, the struggling and injured team defeated Full Strength Australians.”
The Sydney Morning Herald wrote – This Test series victory of India will be remembered for decades. The newspaper criticized Australian captain Tim Paine for making controversial comments on Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin. The paper further wrote, “Rishabh Pant gave a brilliant answer to Ben Stokes on Tuesday after sledding Penn in the Sydney Test. This helped India win the fourth Test by three wickets. Pant’s innings demolished Australia’s 33-year-old invincible fort in Gabba.”
Channel 7 Sports which broadcasted the Australia tour, shared the video of Rishabh Pant’s winning four on social media. Also wrote, “For the first time after three decades, the Australian team has lost in Gabba.
The New York Times wrote, “Many of the Indian team players were injured in the series. The team also faced racial slurs and abuses of Australian fans in Australia. Despite this, the team defeated Australia by defeating her in his house. This is the biggest win in Indian cricket history.”
The FoxSport website wrote, “Do not panic, if you are in shock? because you are not alone- Team India won the Border-Gavaskar series. It is one of the most spectacular wins in India’s Test history. After the embarrassing defeat in Adelaide, Team India has shown the ability of comeback, which they are celebrating. This defeat will always be in our memories.”
The Daily Telegraph made a sketch of the Australian team and wrote in the heading, No excuse, no answer. “Australia’s worst performance. The truth for Australia is that a historic Test series has ended for them. They landed for Best Punch with their best team, but was defeated by Team India, who was struggling in the field with net bowlers.”
The Dawn wrote- “Team India has completely upset the host Australia. This historic victory will be remembered for decades. Team India chased 324 runs on the last day of the Test at Gabba, Brisbane. With this, they won the second Test series in Australia.”