It has been an amazing series of Test cricket from the word go. Test cricket at it's very best, if you want to say.
India needed a mammoth 328 runs to win the final Test and the series at Gabba. Australia are unbeaten here in Gabba for the last 32 years. An impossible, mammoth task overall.
But India have turned the tables and now smelling a win on the fifth day of the Test. They need less than 70 runs from the last 15 overs. They still have 6 wickets in hand. Shubman Gill, Cheteshwar Pujara and Rishabh Pant kept them well in the match and now it's up to Pant to win it for the Indians.
The southpaw has already bagged a valiant fifty after Pujara got out for 56 off 211 deliveries. Pujara showed great resilience and played safe as expected. If not for Pujara, India could have ended up losing the Test series.
But Pant on the other hand could be going for the kill. He has that natural killer instinctive in him; has been in good touch in the series as well.
Earlier, Shubman Gill scored 91 to keep India in the game.
Pat Cummins was the pick of the bowlers picking up 3 wickets.
The question now arises, will Pant and team India play safe or go for the win? An intense last hour awaits.