WTC Final: The battle for victory is interesting on the last day, India needs 280 runs and Australia needs 7 wickets…

Four days of the WTC Final being played between India and Australia have been completed. Now on the fifth day you will see a very interesting game. The Indian team chases 444 runs. The India team has scored 164 runs for 3 wickets by the end of the fourth day. Now the team needs 280 runs to win the last day. At the same time Australia need 7 wickets to win the title.

At the end of the game on the fourth day, Virat Kohli returned with a personal score of 44 and Ajinkya Rahane with 20 runs. Team India have lost the wickets of Shubman Gill, Cheteshwar Pujara and captain Rohit Sharma while chasing 444 runs on day four. Now the team has only 7 wickets in hand. On the other hand, the bowling did not help the bowlers much on the fourth day either. In such a situation, the India team can take home the ICC trophy by making this match.

The Indian team had chosen to field first after winning the toss in the match. Australia had put 469 runs on the board while batting in the first innings, in response to which the India team was all set for 296 runs in their first innings.

Following this Australia declared the innings scoring 270 runs for 8 wickets in their second innings. In this way, Team India achieved the target of 444 races to win. The India team had scored 164 runs while batting on the fourth day. Now the team needs 280 runs to win.

Significantly, the India team was only able to score 296 runs in the first innings. Most of the big hitters seemed to fail on the team. It included Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli. The four batsmen had scored 15, 13, 14 and 14 runs respectively. While Rahane (89) and Shardul Thakur (51) played brilliant half-century innings.

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