‘We’ve got what we’ve got’: India series underlines Australia’s batting issues

'Proud of you my love,' Anushka Sharma is ecstatic as Virat Kohli and team lift trophy in Australia - view pics

'Proud of you my love,' Anushka Sharma is ecstatic as Virat Kohli and team lift trophy in Australia - view pics

Paine said that the bowling combination did not need any change, but was impressed with the way India were able to change their team as per conditions and opposition. As the victorious Indian players made their way into the team hotel, they were welcomed by the roaring Bharat Army, who batted from the stands instrumentally, throughout the series. They conquered! History written and created by this bunch! Coming to Anushka's professional front, the actress was last seen in Aanand L Rai's Zero which proved to be a box office dud.

The head coach of the Indian team, Ravi Shastri said, "I will tell you how satisfying this is for me".

After rain played spoilsport on the final day of the Sydney Test in the 4-match series, the match ended in a draw. Cheteshwar Pujara, who was later named the Man of the Match and the Man of the Series, led the way with an innings of 193 runs, while there was an unbeaten century for Rishabh Pant as well, his second in Test match cricket in just his ninth Test match.

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India had never before won a series in Australia because their pace bowling was always under-powered. However, a draw in the last Test match saw the Indian team end up winning the series 2-1. He said, "You have to tip your hat to India".

"We can learn a lot from the way they went about it, and we'll make sure we do". "Both of those players we know are absolute class, we know they can score a lot of runs". "At times they bowled really well in this series and at times they didn't", he acknowledged. "Sometimes that was due to the pressure they were put under by the Indian batsmen".

A 2-1 series defeat has been tough for the host nation but just as India's sides of the 1990s credited much of their hardening up through punishing tours of Australia, Paine wants this hurt to have a similar steeling effect. "We've got what we've got and our playing group are working as hard as we can". "I think India do that really well, what helps with that is having great depth and they certainly have that at the moment", he signed off. "They didn't have their absolute best series but it's not easy at this level and that can happen".

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