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Steve Smith: India sledging Mitchell Johnson wasn't a wise move
Australian captain, Steve Smith, was all praise for his bowling attack, expertly led by Mitchell Johnson, for orchestrating a comfortable win on Day 4 of the Brisbane Test. With the victory, Australia took a 2-0 series lead in the four-match Test ...
 Cricbuzz.com5 hours ago
IndiaTV News
Latest Updates: India 157/7 at Lunch, lead Aus by 60 runs; second Test, Day 4
Brisbane : India had to battle it out for the whole day. They need to bat till the end of Day 4 to save the test match. Australia would look to bowl out India early and try to win the match today itself. India 157/7 after 47 overs (lead by 60 runs) ...
 IndiaTV News8 hours ago
Mitchell Johnson destroys India bowling attack
Mitchell Johnson rebounded after a poor first innings with the ball, carting the India bowlers all over the park on day three of the
 NEWS.com.au1 day ago
Business Insider
Johnson the wrecker as India collapse in Gabba Test
India's Ajinkya Rahane (R) fails to play a quick delivery by Australia's paceman Mitchell Johnson (C) on the fourth day of the 2nd cricket Test match at Gabba in Brisbane on December 20, 2014 Brisbane (Australia) (AFP) - Mitchell Johnson skittled ...
 Business Insider16 hours ago
India reeling after morning strikes
Further woes for India at lunch on day four of their second test against India in Australia. Ravi Ashwin and Cheteshwar Pujara have both been dismissed in the last hour, to have the tourists 157/7 at lunch, leading by 60. It's after starting the ...
 Yahoo! Malaysia16 hours ago
Millennium Post
Oz tail wags to hurt India
Steven Smith and Mitchell Johnson's whirlwind partnership propelled Australia to a first innings score 505 runs, a lead of 97, but India made a solid start to their second innings, reaching 71 for one to trail by only 26 at stumps on day three of ...
 Millennium Post23 hours ago
Day 3 Second Test Brisbane,Gabba Highlights: India vs Australia 2014-15
At the end of day 3, it is Australia that is on top and India have their backs to the wall at Gabba at the moment India must be ruing the fact that it could not put Australia under pressure during the Second Test match at the sun-soaked Gabba ...
 Tehelka1 day ago
NDTV
India in Australia: Umesh Yadav Rues Leaking Runs at Gabba
Despite being peppered with bouncers, Australia's Mitchell Johnson stood his ground and hit 88 on Day 3 of the Gabba Test against India. AFP Brisbane: After two days of cricket, India had the upperhand in the second cricket Test -- and the ...
 NDTV1 day ago
India's words play into Johnson's favour
Mitchell Johnson turned the second Test on its head in Brisbane on Friday, hammering 88 off 93 balls as India relinquished control. Australia started day three poorly and were 6-247 when the tourists verbalised their confidence - Virat Kohli and ...
 Yahoo!Xtra1 day ago
India 1-71 after Aussies fire with bat
India are 1-71 at stumps on day three of the second Test, trailing Australia by 26 runs after captain Steve Smith's century fired the hosts to a total of 505. Mitchell Johnson and Mitchell Starc has dominated day three of the second Test in ...
 Racing and Sports1 day ago
ONE News
Australian batsmen star on day three of the second Test against India
Mitchell Johnson and Mitchell Starc has dominated day three of the second Test in Brisbane, where Australia took their aggressive approach to new heights. The left-armers bowled tightly to restrict India to 71 for 1 at stumps today.. But far more ...
 ONE News1 day ago
Starc strikes, but India hold out late rally
Mitchell Johnson and Mitchell Starc has dominated day three of the second Test in Brisbane, where Australia took their aggressive approach to new heights. The left-armers bowled tightly to restrict India to 1-71 at stumps on Friday. But far more ...
 Nine MSN1 day ago
Jagran Post
2nd Test, Day 3: India 71/1 against Australia at stumps, trail by 26 runs
Scorecard: India vs Australia The Australians were struggling at 247 for six before staging an amazing comeback to pile up an imposing 505 in the first innings riding on Steve Smith's second successive century and useful contributions from the tailenders.
 Jagran Post1 day ago
Jagran Post
2nd Test, Day 3: Mitchell Starc scalps Murali Vijay early
LIVE Scorecard: India vs Australia At tea on the third day at the Gabba, Australia reached 503 for nine in 109 overs. India had scored 408 runs in their first innings. After Smith and Johnson departed for 133 and a 93-ball 88 respectively, Starc was batting ...
 Jagran Post1 day ago
Australia vs. India: Smith, Johnson take host to 351/6
Brisbane, Dec 19 (IANS): A blistering unbeaten 104-run partnership between captain Steven Smith (batting 110) and Mitchell Johnson (batting 67) took Australia to 351 for six, trailing India by 57 runs at lunch on day three of the second Test at the ...
 Daijiworldcom1 day ago
Ton-up Smith and Johnson sizzle as Australia reach 351/6
Young Steven Smith struck a magnificent century on captaincy debut while Mitchell Johnson counter-attacked his way to a 53-ball 67 as Australia inched closer to Indias first-innings total in the second cricket Test here today. Replying to Indias 408 all out, ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago
2nd Test, Day 2: Australia 121/3 against India at tea, trail by 287-runs
Live Scorecard: India vs Australia Hazzlewood returned with impressive figures of 5 for 68, picking up three of them this morning, as the visitors lost their last six wickets for just 97 runs to be bowled out in 109.4 overs. Play started on time this morning ...
 Jagran Post2 days ago
Hazzlewood takes five to bowl out India for 408
Debutant Josh Hazlewood grabbed a fifer on debut as India lost six wickets in the extended morning session to be bowled out for 408 in their first innings at lunch on the second day of the second cricket Test against Australia at the Gabba, here today.
 Deccan Herald2 days ago
Rediff.com
'Injured Marsh unlikely to bowl again in the Test'
Mitchell Marsh of Australia reacts as Cheteshwar Pujara of India plays a shot down the leg side during day one of the second Test match. Photograph: Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images Australia were dealt a blow as their all-rounder Mitchell Marsh will not bowl again in the remainder of the second cricket Test against India due to a hamstring injury on the first day at the Gabba. Marsh strained his right hamstring and limped off the field just moments after lunch on a hot day that left Australia ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago
Rediff.com
PHOTOS, Day 1: Vijay's century caps India's dominance at Gabba
Led by opener Murali Vijay's century, India amassed 311 for 4 against Australia on Day 1 of the second Test at the Gabba in Brisbane on Wednesday. Check out some images from the day's play.  Murali Vijay celebrates his century against Australia on Day 1 of the second Test at The Gabba on Wednesday. Photograph: Chris Hyde/Getty Images Opener Murali Vijay turned the heat on Australia, scoring a brilliant 144 off 213 balls, on a sultry Wednesday, Day 1 of the first Test at the Gabba in ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago
IndiaTV News
Latest Updates: India 89/1 at Lunch vs Aus; 2nd Test, Day 1
Brisbane : After losing a close first test at Adelaide, India would look to dominate Australia in second test under the leadership of MS Dhoni from the first day itself. India 89/1 after 25 overs Vijay 46 (75), Pujara 15 (36) Hazlewood and ...
 IndiaTV News3 days ago
Hindustan Times
India vs Australia 2nd Test Vijay ton puts India in drivers seat
Murali Vijay scored 144 and shared a century stand with Ajinkya Rahane as India's batsmen dictated terms to an Australian attack that fell short of expectations Wednesday on the opening day of the second test. Four days after losing eight wickets in the final ...
 Hindustan Times3 days ago
IndiaTV News
Aus vs Ind: Vijay, Rahane guide India to 311-4 on day 1
Brisbane, Australia: Murali Vijay scored 144 and shared a century stand with Ajinkya Rahane as India's batsmen dictated terms to an Australian bowling attack that struggled in the heat and fell well short of expectations on the opening day of the second test ...
 IndiaTV News3 days ago
India face pacy test on Gabba green top
The Gabba, Shane Warne suggested the other day, is the new Perth of Australia. Perth, the so-called fastest cricket pitch in the world, has ceded its pride of place as the fast bowlers' paradise to the Queensland venue where Australia haven't lost a single ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago
NDTV
Australia vs India, 2nd Test, Day 1, Highlights
Murali Vijay scored 144 and shared a century stand with Ajinkya Rahane as India's batsmen dictated terms to an Australian attack. Catch all the highlights. Reported by: Jepher Christopher Nickels Last updated on Wednesday, 17 December, 2014 13:23 IST Murali ...
 NDTV3 days ago
Times of India
India vs Australia 2nd Test: Toothless attack or clueless approach?
BRISBANE: India's troubles with the opposition tail seem endemic away from home. On Friday, as Australia went from 247/6 to 505 all out, MS Dhoni must have been thinking about Johannesburg last year, when Faf Du Plessis and AB De Villiers took ...
 Times of India14 hours ago
India vs Australia 2nd Test: Indians see tactics explode in their face
BRISBANE: India's policy of all-out attack on the tail played into Aussie hands on Friday. Before the first Test, Rohit Sharma had talked about how the team needed to "give it back" to make an impact in the series. Virat Kohli too has talked in ...
 Times of India14 hours ago
Indian Express
India vs Australia: What India did and did not to on Day 4 of the Test
Why no Ashwin? As MS Dhoni and his men came out to defend a paltry total of 128 runs, it was surprising to see no R Ashwin into the attack. While the Indian pacers got their lion's share, Dhoni's CSK teammate was seen standing in the slip cordon.
 Indian Express2 hours ago
India vs Australia 2nd Test: Misplaced aggression allows Smith, Johnson to prosper
BRISBANE: If it was bull-headedness with the bat which cost India the game in Adelaide, it was misplaced aggression with the ball which put them on the back foot at the Gabba. Opposition tails have wagged before against this team, but never until ...
 Times of India14 hours ago
Jagran Post
2nd Test, Day 3: Australia 505 all-out, lead by 97 runs against India
LIVE Scorecard: India vs Australia At tea on the third day at the Gabba, Australia reached 503 for nine in 109 overs. India had scored 408 runs in their first innings. After Smith and Johnson departed for 133 and a 93-ball 88 respectively, Starc was batting ...
 Jagran Post1 day ago
Jagran Post
2nd Test, Day 3: Australia 503/9 against India at tea, lead by 95 runs
LIVE Scorecard: India vs Australia Replying to India's 408 all out, the hosts were 351 for six at lunch on day three at the Gabba. Smith was unbeaten on 110 and Johnson was giving the stand-in captain company at the other end. Smith faced 155 balls, hitting ...
 Jagran Post1 day ago
Jagran Post
2nd Test, Day 2: Australia resume batting against India after tea
Live Scorecard: India vs Australia Umesh Yadav dismissed Rogers (55 runs, 79 balls, 10 fours) just at the stroke of tea to bring India back into the contest. Australia were 121 for three in 24.5 overs at the break in reply to India's 408 all out. The hosts ...
 Jagran Post2 days ago
2nd Test: Hazlewood takes five to bowl out India for 408 on second day
Live Scorecard: India vs Australia Hazzlewood returned with impressive figures of 5 for 68, picking up three of them this morning, as the visitors lost their last six wickets for just 97 runs to be bowled out in 109.4 overs. Play started on time this morning ...
 Jagran Post2 days ago
Rediff.com
Clarke follows Punter's footsteps... records 2,000 Test runs vs India
Rain played spoilsport on Day 2 of the first Test between Australia and India at the Adelaide Oval. It caused three interruptions, but in the 30 overs that were bowled, Australia captain Michael Clarke did well to fight off pain and score 128, and Steve Smith a career-best 162 not out, as India's hapless bowling attack got a beating. At stumps, Australia were 517 for 7. - Scorecard A look at the statistical highlights from the start-stop day. Australia’s Michael Clarke on his way to a ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
Smith hits ton on captaincy debut as Australia take lead
Steven Smith led the way with a magnificent century on his captaincy debut while Mitchell Johnson and Mitchell Starc struck counter-attacking fifties as Australia gained a 95-run first-innings lead over India in the second cricket Test here today. At tea on ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago
Live Scores, Report: Australia 505 all out, lead by 97
Brisbane, Dec 19: Steve Smith led the way with a magnificent century on his captaincy debut while Mitchell Johnson and Mitchell Starc struck counter-attacking fifties as Australia gained a 97-run first-innings lead over India in the second Test here today.
 One India1 day ago
2nd Test, Day 3: Australia resume batting after lunch
LIVE Scorecard: India vs Australia Replying to India's 408 all out, the hosts were 351 for six at lunch on day three at the Gabba. Smith was unbeaten on 110 and Johnson was giving the stand-in captain company at the other end. Smith faced 155 balls, hitting ...
 Jagran Post1 day ago
Hindustan Times
India vs Australia India picked the wrong cricketer to sledge attack
Mitchell Johnson plays a shot on the third day of the 2nd Test match between Australia and India at The Gabba in Brisbane. (AFP Photo) The Virat Kohli-led India team left for the Australian shores with a promise of being aggressive during their ...
 Hindustan Times21 hours ago
Hindustan Times
India vs Australia India picked the wrong cricketer to sledge attack
India picked on Mitchell Johnson after the ploy worked well in cutting Brad Haddin's stay in the middle short. But Johnson, who in the past had flourished when poked, upped the ante and from a position where India could have thought of getting back on level ...
 Hindustan Times21 hours ago
India vs Australia India picked the wrong cricketer to sledge attack
India picked on Mitchell Johnson after the ploy worked well in cutting Brad Haddins stay in the
 INooz19 hours ago
India's words play into Johnson's favour
Mitchell Johnson turned the second Test on its head in Brisbane on Friday, hammering 88 off 93 balls as India relinquished control. Australia started day three poorly and were 6-247 when the tourists verbalised their confidence - Virat Kohli and ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 day ago
India's words play into Johnson's favour
Mitchell Johnson turned the second Test on its head in Brisbane on Friday, hammering 88 off 93 balls as India relinquished control. Australia started day three poorly and were 6-247 when the tourists verbalised their confidence - Virat Kohli and ...
 Melbourne Age1 day ago
India's words play into Johnson's favour
India are 1-71 at stumps on day three of the second Test, trailing Australia by 26 runs after captain Steve Smith's century fired the hosts to a total of 505. Mitchell Johnson turned the second Test on its head in Brisbane on Friday, hammering 88 ...
 Racing and Sports1 day ago
India's words play into Johnson's favour (AAP)
Mitchell Johnson turned the second Test on its head in Brisbane on Friday, hammering 88 off 93 balls as India relinquished control. Australia started day three poorly and were 6-247 when the tourists verbalised their confidence - Virat Kohli and ...
 Yahoo!Xtra1 day ago
India 1-71 after Aussies fire with bat
Mitchell Johnson and Mitchell Starc has dominated day three of the second Test in Brisbane, where Australia took their aggressive approach to new heights. The left-armers bowled tightly to restrict India to 1-71 at stumps on Friday. But far more ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 day ago
India 1-71 after Aussies fire with bat
Mitchell Johnson and Mitchell Starc has dominated day three of the second Test in Brisbane, where Australia took their aggressive approach to new heights. The left-armers bowled tightly to restrict India to 1-71 at stumps on Friday. But far more ...
 Melbourne Age1 day ago
Hindustan Times
India vs Australia 2nd Test Vijay ton puts India in drivers seat
Murali Vijay scored 144 and shared a century stand with Ajinkya Rahane as India's batsmen dictated terms to an Australian attack that fell short of expectations Wednesday on the opening day of the second test. Four days after losing eight wickets in the final ...
 Hindustan Times3 days ago

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