Historic test series for India ends with a whimper

Australian cricket's unluckiest batsmen amid current dearth of quality Test options

Australian cricket's unluckiest batsmen amid current dearth of quality Test options

Indian captain Virat Kohli's team entered the final day with hopes of a 3-1 series victory and also their first win at the Sydney Cricket Ground since 1978, but rain on Monday forced umpires to call off the match.

'It is a young bunch of guys and to have that belief to keep striving for excellence on a daily basis and to get a reward like this we definitely have to be happy'.

Play is scheduled to start 30 minutes early, at 7am Perth time, due to the lost time on day three and four.

His bowling changes were spot on and while team selection in Perth came under scanner, no one can question the intent of the Indian skipper, who has shown that he only plays to win a Test match.

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"It's a great feeling for all of us". "We thought we had a number of opportunities during that Test to go well ahead of the game and when those key moments came up India outplayed us to be honest". They have now, and by winning 2-1 in Australia they have made up for their 4-1 defeat in England last summer, and reaffirmed their position at No 1 in the ICC Test rankings. Nawab of Pataudi led India went to New Zealand to play a four-match Test series.

For some Australians the series will always carry an asterisk given their two best batsmen, Steve Smith and David Warner, were unavailable because of bans they received for the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa a year ago. Stay tuned with us for the all the latest updates about India vs Australia ODI Series 2019! While skipper Kohli hit the best hundred of the series in terms of sheer class on a hard Perth Stadium track, the unflappable Cheteshwar Pujara (521) and the unconventional Jasprit Bumrah (21 wickets) were the heroes of the memorable "first". India won the third Test by 8 wickets. "That's why India won this series", said Paine.

However it was their batting that let them down and a one piece of statistic will scare the die-hard Aussie fans.

"I think the obvious one was the Adelaide Test". I am not saying this out of arrogance, just talking about what has actually happened. If we get to the Ashes next year and Marcus, Travis and Marnus are playing they understand now the pressure and magnitude of the situation on them.

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