Head pushes at another wobbly ball outside off, but edges it to the keeper who drops a simple catch. The batter was fortunate as he played away from his body, which almost cost him. The drop could prove costly for the bowling team.
The pitch appears to be favorable for batting. Bharat has had a terrible start to his day. Bharat was unable to position his hands properly, causing him to become entangled and drop the ball.
Earlier, Australian captain Steve Smith have won the toss and elect to bat first in this 4th and final Test match of Border-Gavaskar Trophy. India is now leading the series with a margin of 2-1. Australian Team made a great come back after great victory in the 3rd Test match.
Before the match, The BCCI president, Roger Binny, is honoring the Australian Prime Minister, Mr. Anthony Albanese, while the BCCI secretary, Jay Shah, is honoring the Indian Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi. The crowd is cheering loudly to celebrate this occasion, and traditional music and dance will follow as part of the celebration.
Both prime ministers are giving the Test caps to the captains. Rohit Sharma receives the cap from Mr. Modi, and Steve Smith is given the baggy green by Mr. Albanese. They will then take a lap of honor around the ground to commemorate the 75-year friendship between India and Australia.