From today, Brisbane's name is 'Panth Nagar'

Bangla Hunt Desk: The young Indian team made history by beating the star-studded Australian team at home. In the last Test match of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy at Brisbane, Team India defeated Australia by 3 wickets to win the series 2-1. 23-year-old Rishav Panth, the hero of the victory in Brisbane, is playing the game. Panth played an unbeaten 69 in the last innings of the last match to give India an easy victory.

Former India opener Virender Sehwag also became a fan of Panth's innings. After that, Sahabag shared a meme on social media and demanded to change the name of Brisbane to 'Panth Nagar'.

Sahabag posted a post on Instagram. There he wrote, ‘The fair win in this series is a win that has not been seen in many generations. The joy of this victory should be celebrated year after year. January 19 Fateh. Win India. ” Sahabag also suggested the names of Pujara Drive, Gill Circle, Thakur Colony, Siraj Road, Washington Town for this victory.

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The win in Brisbane is also important because India have won more than 300 times in the history of Test cricket. Earlier, India chased down 403 runs in Port of Spain in 1986 and chased down 36 runs in the 2006 Chennai Test. India also lost to Australia in Brisbane, where Australia have not lost a single match since 198.

Apart from Panth, Shubhaman Gill, Cheteshwar Pujara, Mohammad Siraj, Shardul Tagore and Washington have contributed a lot to the victory of beautiful India. Chasing the target of 328, Indian opener Shubhaman Gill scored 91 runs. And Pujara scored 56 runs. Siraj took 5 wickets and Shardul took 4 wickets in Australia's second innings. Apart from scoring 6 runs in the first innings, Thakur took 3 wickets. Also taking 4 wickets in the first innings, Washington scored 72 in the first innings and 22 in the second innings.