Chasing mammoth total of 328, India achieved the feat in the 97 overs with hero of the match Rishabh Pant hitting the winning shot. Pant who scored an unbeaten 89 was supported by Cheteshwar Pujara and Shubhman Gill's brilliance with 91 and 56 runs respectively.
Despite missing several key players, a young Indian team came up with bucket loads of guts to claimed an incredible three-wicket victory and win the series 2-1. India thus retained the Border-Gavaskar trophy.
India thus became the first team to beat Australia at The Gabba in over 32 years. This is also the first time Australia have not won at The Gabba since 2012.
India created history in the fourth and final Test against Australia at The Gabba in Brisbane on Tuesday.
India were holding and even put themselves in sight of a possible, although far off victory at tea on the fifth and final day of the Brisbane Test against Australia at The Gabba.
Rookie fast bowlers Mohammed Siraj and Shardul Thakur performed exceedingly well for India. Mohammed Siraj was the most successful among the Indian bowlers with figures of 5/73 while Shardul Thakur returned 4/61.
In his career spanning over 15-year, BS Chadrasekhar has played 58 Test matches capturing 242 wickets. He is the part of India's ace spin quartet that ruled cricket in the 1960s and '70s. He played his last Test in 1979.
Australia were bowled out for 294 in their second innings against India on Day Four of the fourth and final Test against India at The Gabba in Brisbane on Monday.
Excellent batting by Steve Smith and Cameron Green powered Australia to a winning position at Tea on Day Four of the fourth and final Test against India at The Gabba in Brisbane.
Earlier, in response to Australia's first innings score of 369 runs, Team India were all out for 336 runs in their first innings. For India, Shardul Thakur was the highest scorer with 67 while debutant Washington Sundar played a crucial innings of 62 runs.