The last time Australia lost at the Gabba, Rishabh Pant was not even born but as Kevin Pietersen described it, the boy turned into a man in Brisbane on Tuesday. Pant came into bat with his side still needing 161 runs to win on a tricky day 5 track. While many would have been content with a draw, the Delhi lad had other plans. Pant finished what he had started in Sydney and took India over the finish line with an unbeaten 89. An innings which will go down in history books as one of the most cherished overseas knocks by an Indian batsman. Team India had many stars in the series but Pant's name will be right at the top of the list whenever someone talks about the heroes who conquered Australia.