In a closely fought series, wherein they have proven Australia to be very vulnerable, India has found themselves at the wrong end of the score-line. They trailed by 2-0 going into the Boxing Day Test in Melbourne and given their past record another series defeat loomed large.
Australia opening batsman David Warner has promised his team won’t cut down on the verbal volleys at the Indians during the third Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) which starts on Friday December 26.
When a batsman is completely in the zone, he is oblivious to all else happening around him and Murali VIjay admits he didn't realise he had scored his century on day one of the second Test against Australia.
In one of their final Hot Spot cricket discussion videos of the year, John Pennington and Chetan Narula look back at the first Test between Australia and India in Adelaide and preview the second game in Brisbane.
An enthralling first Test in Adelaide ended in victory for Australia as the beat India by 48 runs. Virat Kohli struck a sensational second century to guide his team’s chase but ultimately the visitors fell short of their target.