The fourth Test match between India and Australia under the Border-Gavaskar trophy has started today in Ahmedabad. PM Narendra Modi along with the Australian PM Anthony Albanese is present today in the stadium for the epic match.
BCCI secretary Jay Shah has honored the Indian PM and a photo is circulating on social media in which PM Narendra Modi is standing with Rohit Sharma and Australian PM Anthony is cheering for the Australian captain Steve Smith.
Both the Prime Ministers arrived at the stadium before the toss and Indian PM Shri Narendra Modi flicked the coin which was won by the Australian skipper Steve Smith. Australia is batting in this first match and they will look forward to carrying the same momentum as the third test in Indore.
It is being said that the two PMs came together to celebrate the 75 years of friendship between India and Australia.
In terms of seating capacity, the Narendra Modi Stadium is the largest cricket stadium in the world. The stadium can hold up to 1.25 lakh spectators and it is anticipated that a huge crowd will attend the match between India and Australia.
The first two matches of this series were bagged by India which were played in Nagpur and Delhi respectively. In the third match, Australia made a strong comeback and won the match by 9 wickets.