IND VS AUS: It has been a long day on the field for the Indian team. 90 overs, 255 runs, and just 4 wickets. After 3 Ind vs Aus games that ended in 3 days, the 4th one is likely to last longer. The Australian team is finally in the driver’s seat with Usman Khawaja making his first test century in India and versus India. Meanwhile, Cameron Green is just 1 short of his half-century.

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Winning the toss, the Australian team came out to bat first. After 61 runs opening stand between Usman Khawaja and Travis Head, Travis had to walk back. Marnus Labuschagne couldn’t last long either. Australian skipper Steve Smith was looking in good touch and ready to score big but his ambitions were cut short by Ravindra Jadeja. Nonetheless, Usman Khawaja who was the highest run-scorer for Australia in the Ind vs Aus, Delhi game was in no mood to stop.

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Usman Khawaja batted throughout the day and it was only in the last over of the game that the veteran opener reached his century. While Khawaja took his own sweet time and 251 balls to reach his first century in India, Cameron Green was quick to score some runs. Both the batters are batting overnight and Australia will look forward to batting till stumps on day 2 of the Ind vs Aus series. After his phenomenal performance in Pakistan last year, the opener is now Australia’s highest run-scorer in the ongoing Border-Gavaskar trophy.

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After being dropped from the side for quite some time, Usman Khawaja returned to the side when Travis Head was rested owing to Covid. Since his return, Khawaja has played 28 innings and has scored 1532 runs with 6 centuries and 7 half-centuries. “A lot of emotion in that. Has been a long journey, getting a hundred, as an Australian you always want to do that. It’s very special. Head took the new ball down. He was smacking them. Was pretty good to watch that from the other end. It was such a nice wicket, I didn’t want to give my wicket away. It was a mental battle more than anything else. You need to keep doing it for a long time,” the opener said after the end of day 1 of the fourth Ind vs Aus test.

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