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Australian PM clicks selfie with PM Modi at 4th Test, marks 75 year of friendly ties with India

While both Prime Ministers took a lap of the Narendra Modi stadium, they were greeted with loud cheers from the spectators.




PM Modi - Australian PM

New Delhi: While Team India square off with Australian team in fourth & final test match of Border Gavaskar Trophy, Prime Ministers of both the nations shared some light moments with the respective & opponent teams.

Australian PM Anthony Albanese & PM Modi on Friday joined the beginning of fourth Test match and also took some time out from busy schedule to watch the game.

They were seen standing by side of cricketing squad for a photo op while also taking a round of the Narendra Modi stadium in Motera. Both Prime Ministers were greeted with loud cheers while took a lap of the world’s largest cricket stadium.

But, what apparently became the biggest talking point was a selfie snap of both Prime Ministers. Australian PM clicked a selfie with PM Modi in the stands and also shared it on his Twitter handle.

Posting the picture, he wrote, Celebrating 75th year of friendship through cricket with Indian Prime Minister.

He also stated that though both teams were competing on field but off field, the two nations were co-operating to build a better world.

Banners of PM Modi & Australian counterpart were also put up at Narendra Modi stadium ahead of the final Test in Motera.

Today is the second day of Australian PM’s visit to India.

Earlier, Australian skipper won the toss & chose to bat first against India.

In the four match Border-Gavaskar Trophy, India is leading the series 2-1. Team India is eyeing to sweep the final test also as that will qualify them for the final of ICC World Test championship, where they will be up against Aussies, from June 7.