Sunil Gavaskar interrupts his live interview to tell Axar, “100 kay itne mauke aate nahi,” and offers some important “century” advice

Although failing to score a single century in the series, Axar Patel’s crucial batting style allowed India to seize the initiative.

Virat Kohli unquestionably owned Day 4 of the fourth and final Test between India and Australia in Ahmedabad as he went on to score his 75th international century. Kohli struck a lengthy knock of 186 off 364 balls to lead India’s comeback from the overnight total of 289/3 as India racked up a remarkable 571 all-out in response to Australia’s first innings total of 480/10.

Miss Mat Karyega Agli Baar Century. Aata hain toh chodiye mat kyunki 100 kay itne mauke aate nahi jaldi. (The next time, don’t skip the century. Gavaskar congratulated him and added, “There are very few occasions when you come close to a tonne and when you do, seize the opportunity.

With only one day left in the match, the fourth and final Test between Australia and India in Ahmedabad is most likely to end in a draw. As Stumps was called for on the penultimate day, Australia was batting at 3/0 and had barely started their second innings. On Monday, opener Travis Head and nightwatchman Matthew Kuhnemann will pick off where they left off (Day 5).