India vs Australia: Rishabh Pant, Cheteshwar Pujara script one of greatest wins in Indian cricket history
No one moved from their seats as Pant cut, drove, and paddle-swept to make a statement to his detractors while gifting India one of their finest overseas wins during the dying moments of the final session with an off-driven boundary.
India vs Australia: Steve Smith says Mitchell Starc should be fine on Day 5 despite apparent hamstring trouble
With India set a record target of 328 by Australia at the Gabba, left-arm pacer Starc clutching his right hamstring before the final day's play was a cause for concern for the home team.
India vs Australia: Rohit Sharma loses battle of wits against Nathan Lyon as visitors end Day 2 on backfoot
After Sharma’s dismissal, India didn’t score a run for 32 balls. In hindsight, Sharma was right that if he didn’t take on the bowling then the scoring rate would stagnate. But somewhere there had to be better game awareness.
In addition to Kohli as the best white-ball batsman, Udana picked Australian pace ace Mitchell Starc as the best bowler and Ravindra Jadeja as the top all-rounder
India vs Australia: Hanuma Vihari, Ravichandran Ashwin produce fight to remember in draw after Rishabh Pant pyrotechnics
Pant's innings will be remembered for a long time but none can forget that Ashwin (39 no, 128 balls) and Vihari (23 off 161 balls) put their bodies on line to save a game which could have been lost in a jiffy.
You didn’t need this day, or even this game, or this summer, to know that Cummins is operating, largely, in a league of his own even during this seemingly golden age for fast bowling. Since the start of 2018, no bowler has more Test wickets than Cummins’ 121 and no one in the top-12 of that list is within two points of his surreal average of 19.33.
India vs Australia: Ajinkya Rahane leads fightback as India clinch eight-wicket win over Australia in second Test
Here are the best photos from the second Test between India and Australia at the MCG:
India vs Australia: Ajinkya Rahane has done great job to pick up pieces from Adelaide debacle, says Ricky Ponting
While Rahane has impressed as the stand-in skipper, Ponting expects Kohli to return as captain after his paternity break.
Ajinkya Rahane suffered from back pain during the innings. He was hit on the body. The odds had been stacked against him in every possible way.
India vs Australia: Mitchell Starc rues missed chances, praises Ajinkya Rahane's pressure-absorbing ton
Starc also took his 250th Test wicket during the day, but said his focus on the third day would be to take more wickets.
India vs Australia: Ajinkya Rahane's captaincy, bowlers' show gets hosts out for 195; India 36/1 on Day 1
Bumrah (4/56) and Ashwin (3/35) were the stars but debutant Mohammed Siraj (2/40) also did his bit repaying the faith shown in him with wickets of Marnus Labuschagne (48) and Cameron Green (12) with the old ball.
India vs Australia: 'Important to keep moving forward', Steve Smith's advice to visitors after 36 all-out debacle
The Australian troika of Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood produced one of the finest fast bowling performances in recent times to dismiss India for their lowest Test score of 36 in the opening day-night Test here.
India vs Australia: Aussie bowlers were superb, unfair to blame the visiting batsmen, says Sunil Gavaskar
The pace trio of Josh Hazlewood, Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc produced a sensational bowling display as the visitors collapsed to their lowest Test score of 36.
India suffer horrific batting downfall as Australia pacers run riot in hosts' dominant pink-ball Test victory
Check out photos from the first Test between Australia and India that concluded on Saturday.
Highlights, India vs Australia, 1st Test at Adelaide Day 3, Full Cricket Score: Hosts win by eight wickets
India vs Australia 2020 Live score and latest update of 1st test at Adelaide: What a day for Australia. Josh Hazlewood and Pat Cummins did a mind-bowling job with the ball in the first session. Indian batsmen simply couldn't cope against them and ended up with only 36-9 in their second innings. Australia needed 90 and they reached the target for the loss of just two wickets. Joe Burns remained unbeaten on 51. Australia take 1-0 lead in the four-Test series.
Highlights, India vs Australia, 1st Test at Adelaide Day 2, Full cricket score: Visitors take 62-run lead at stumps
India vs Australia 2020 Live score and latest update of 1st Test at Adelaide: Team India take the advantage at the end of second day's action. The bowlers put out a good show today, ensuring Australia get bowled for 191 in reply to India's 244. The hosts total would've been a lot less if not for a fighting knock from their captain Tim Paine. Shaw failed again but Bumrah's batting stole the limelight in the final few minutes of the day. Australian bowlers need to come out good tomorrow if they want to snatch the Test. India will look to bat the entire day tomorrow.
The Australian bowling unit executed their plans perfectly, stifling Indian batsmen with immaculate lines and length. With India 233/6 at stumps, Australia have their noses ahead at the close of play on Day 1 of the day-night Test in Adelaide.
From a comfortable 188 for 3, India slumped to 206 for 6 as Rahane and Hanuma Vihari (16) found the pace and swing generated by the pink ball under lights too hot to handle.
India vs Australia, Test series preview: Opening dilemmas for both as visitors begin defence of Border-Gavaskar Trophy
A stiffer challenge awaits India as Australia will have the services of Steve Smith and David Warner, who served year-long bans for ball-tampering and missed the 2018/19 series.
India vs Australia: Tim Paine says Steve Smith ready despite stiff back; Cameron Green set to make Test debut
Australia skipper Tim Paine hosed down concerns over the fitness of star batsman Steve Smith ahead of the opening Test with India, and hinted struggling Joe Burns will keep his spot as opener.