AUS vs IND 4th Test, Day 3 | Shubman Gill strikes century as India reach 188/2 at tea

India lost the wicket of their skipper Rohit Sharma (35 off 58 balls).

March 11, 2023 12:12 pm | Updated March 12, 2023 08:10 am IST - Ahmedabad

Shubman Gill celebrates after reaching his century.

Shubman Gill celebrates after reaching his century. | Photo Credit: Reuters

India opener Shubman Gill struck a sublime hundred as India reached 188 for two in their first innings at tea on day three of the fourth Test against Australia here on Saturday.

The hosts still trail the Steve Smith-led side by 292 runs.

Gill (103 batting) and Cheteshwar Pujara (42) stitched a 113-run partnership, before the latter was trapped leg-before by spinner Todd Murphy. Australia had made 480 in their first innings.

Rohit Sharma was earlier dismissed for 35 off the last ball of the 21st over, ending a 74-run partnership between Gill and the India captain.

Brief scores:

Australia first innings: 480 all out in 167.2 overs.

India first innings: 188 for 2 in 63 overs overs (Rohit Sharma 35, Shubman Gill batting 103, Cheteshwar Pujara 42; Matthew Kuhnemann 1/20, Todd Murphy 1/18).

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