The Border–Gavaskar Trophy is a Test series played between India and Australia. It is currently played via the International Cricket Council's future tours program, with varying lengths of time between matches. If the series is drawn, then the country holding the trophy previously retains it

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India break Australia 32 year streak at the GABBA in Brisbane and create history


Rahane led Team India after the first Test of the four-match series in Australia as Virat Kohli came back home on paternity leave.

Rahane was tasked to lift the mood in the camp after India were bundled out for 36 runs in the second innings of the Adelaide Test match. 

The Mumbai-born led from the front in Melbourne and scored a fine century to guide India to victory and level the series at 1-1. 

The visitors managed to secure a hard-fought draw in Sydney and then registered a famous win at the Gabba in Brisbane to win the series, 2-1. 

In the fourth Test, Rahane scored a quick-fire 24 off 22 balls to set the tone for India's thrilling run chase as the visitors chased down 328 runs on Day 5. 

Rahane earned praise for his leadership skills and for the way he led an inexperienced bowling attack against a full-strength Australian side that too in their own backyard. 

Rahane scored 268 runs in four matches at an average of 38.29.