A strong comeback from the Australian batsmen well led by their skipper, Michael Clarke, and two wickets at the end of the 2nd day put them on top vs. England.
Michael Clarke led his side from the front with a gallant unbeaten ton as Chris Rogers and Steven Smith rose to the occasion with their solid batting vs. England.
The most consistent middle order batsman of England, Ian Bell, blasted his consecutive hundred against Australia and put England into a comfortable position.
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.
Peter Siddle and company demonstrated lethal fast bowling for Australia while James Anderson and Steven Finn brought back England in the game with four wickets.
MS Dhoni played an astonishing and sparkling knock which uplifted Chennai Super Kings who went on to win comfortably against the minnows Pune Warriors.
Chris Gayle became the most horrifying batsman in the history of T20 by plundering a majestic knock 175 vs. Pune Warriors as RCB amassed the highest total of IPL.
A splendid partnership of 96 runs between Aaron Finch and Robin Uthappa supported by the Pune Warriors bowlers won them the game vs. Chennai Super Kings.
Team India added a new chapter in their history by winning four Tests in a series of even matches against any country while beating the mighty Australia 4-0.
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.