Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli hammered centuries and toyed with the reliable Australian bowling while Shikhar Dhawan batted excellently as India won the 2nd ODI.
A true spirited batting by the prolific scorer, Ian Bell, well assisted by Stuart Broad and other batsmen, took England to a commanding position vs. Australia.
A devastating knock by the debutant Ashton Agar, well supported by Phillip Hughes, put Australia on top against the hosts England on day two at Nottingham.
The young gun of Australia, Ashton Agar, created a Test record by becoming the highest scorer at no.11 and registered the tallest partnership with Phillip Hughes.
A destructive sixth wicket partnership between Dinesh Karthik and MS Dhoni followed by a lethal bowling spell by Umesh Yadav crushed the Australians at Cardiff.
The Australian off spinner, Nathan Lyon, sparkled for the first time in the series vs. India by grabbing 5 wickets and brought back his side in the fourth Test.
The Indian spinners once again penetrated through the strong batting line up of Australia as most of the visiting batsmen struggled to get a few runs on board.
A stunning hundred by Shane Watson, followed by a calculated bowling led by James Faulkner enabled Australia to a commanding victory against West Indies.
A classic century by the top order batsman, Phillip Hughes, assisted by a disciplined bowling helped Australia to win the 5th ODI and level the series.
The talented Phillip Hughes sparkled on his debut while dispatching a ODI ton against Sri Lanka that led Australia to a marvelous victory in the first match.