Aus in Ind 2013 3rd Test: India Won Record 3rd Test Against Aussies

With 134 to chase, Indian team approached cautiously and completed the smooth chase, although with only 3 overs remaining for the dya and won by 6 wickets. Earlier 4th day saw India batting slowly to reach 499, and Australia losing 3 wickets and still unable to complete the deficit of first innings. The 3rd day of the test match has memorable peformances from Steven Smith, Starc and Murali Vijay. But Shikhar Dhawan snatched the highlights with his unbeaten 185 runs and creating many records. He needs 4 more boundaries (to reach 37) for the highest boundaries by a debutant.

Ind vs Aus 2013 Test Series Results
Australian Player Performance
* S = Stumping, C = Catches

Match Facts

    Dhawan was declared Player of the Match.
    85-ball century by the Dhawan is the fastest by any debutant in test matches.
    187 run of Dhawan the 6th highest by any debutant. Other five scored double centuries. (137 by Gundappa Vishwanath was India’s highest for debutant, 287 by Tip Foster (Eng vs Aus in 1903) is the highest for debutant.)
    Dhawan is the only Indian opener to score century on debut, and 2nd opener in the World after Kuruppu to do so.
    2nd instance for India when both openers scored 150 or more runs in an innings.
    289-run 1st wicket partnership between Murali Vijay and Dhawan is the highest in Ind-Aus test series for 1st wicket by India (217 between David Boon and Geoff Marsh was the highest), and overall 3rd best for India.
    Dhawan’s score and his partnership is a record for Mohali ground.
    5 or more dismissals in an inning is Dhoni’s 10th such achievement.
    Murali Vijay scores 3rd test century (all against Australia).
    Siddle grabbed 5-wkt haul.
    4th time for India to go 3-0 up in a test series, first time against Australia. Earlier achieved the feat against New Zealand (1968), England (1993) and Sri Lanka once (1993-94).
    First time in 25 years, since 1988-89 home series against West Indies, Australia have lost 3 consecutive test matches in a series.

Missed Facts

    Starc failed to become the 15th man to score a century by just one run. Pollock has got 2 centuries at number 9.

Australia 1st innings

    Cowan c Kohli b Ashwin 86 runs 238 balls 8 4s
    Warner c Dhoni b Jadeja 71 runs 147 balls 9 4s
    Clarke st Dhoni b Jadeja 0
    Hughes c Dhoni b Ojha 2 runs 31 balls
    Steven Smith st †Dhoni b Ojha 92 runs 185 balls 10 4s 1 six
    Haddin b Sharma 21 runs 36 balls 2 4s 1 six
    Henriques b Sharma 0
    Siddle lbw b Jadeja 0
    Starc c Dhoni b Sharma 99 runs 144 balls 14 4s
    Lyon not out 9 runs 44 balls 1 four
    Doherty lbw b Ashwin 5 runs 12 balls
    Extras (b 8, lb 12, nb 3) 23
    Total (all out; 141.5 overs) 408

Fall of wickets

    1-139 (Warner, 47.5 ov), 2-139 (Clarke, 47.6 ov), 3-151 (Hughes, 59.3 ov), 4-198 (Cowan, 77.6 ov), 5-244 (Haddin, 93.1 ov), 6-244 (Henriques, 93.3 ov), 7-251 (Siddle, 98.1 ov), 8-348 (Smith, 124.1 ov), 9-399 (Starc, 138.5 ov), 10-408 (Doherty, 141.5 ov)

Bowling

    B Kumar 9 ov 44/0
    Ishant Sharma 30 ov 8 maidens 72/3
    Ashwin 43.5 ov 9 maidens 97/2
    Pragyan Ojha 28 ov 5 maidens 98/2
    Jadeja 31 ov 7 maidens 77/3

India 1st innings

    M Vijay b Starc 153 runs 317 balls 19 4s 3 6s
    Dhawan c Cowan b Lyon 187 runs 174 balls 33 4s 2 6s
    CA Pujara lbw b Siddle 1 run 13 balls
    Tendulkar c Cowan b Smith 37 runs 81 balls 5 4s
    Kohli not out 67 runs 129 balls 7 4s 1 six
    Dhoni lbw b Starc 4 runs 3 balls 1 four
    Jadeja c Haddin b Siddle 8 runs 9 balls 1 four
    Ashwin c Haddin b Siddle 4 runs 6 balls 1 four
    B Kumar c Haddin b Henriques 18 runs 57 balls 2 4s
    Ishant c Haddin b Siddle 0
    Ojha b Siddle 1 run 2 balls
    Extras (b 5, lb 13, nb 1) 19
    Total (all out; 132.1 overs) 499

Fall of wickets 1-289 (Dhawan, 59.5 ov), 2-292 (Pujara, 62.6 ov), 3-384 (Tendulkar, 94.1 ov), 4-412 (Vijay, 101.1 ov), 5-416 (Dhoni, 101.4 ov), 6-427 (Jadeja, 104.5 ov), 7-431 (Ashwin, 106.5 ov), 8-492 (Kumar, 129.6 ov), 9-493 (Sharma, 130.6 ov), 10-499 (Ojha, 132.1 ov)

Bowling

    Starc 23 ov 5 maidens 74/2
    Siddle 29.1 ov 9 maidens 71/5
    Henriques 15 ov 1 maiden 62/1
    Lyon 31 ov 4 maidens 124/1
    Doherty 24 ov 3 maidens 87/0
    Smith 10 ov 63/1

Australia 2nd innings

    Warner c Dhoni b Kumar 2 runs 3 balls
    Cowan lbw b Kumar 8 runs 20 balls 1 four
    Hughes lbw b Ashwin 69 runs 147 balls 11 4s 1 six
    Steven Smith b Kumar 5 runs 19 balls
    Lyon c Dhoni b Ojha 18 runs 47 balls 3 4s
    Clarke c Pujara b Jadeja 18 runs 49 balls 3 4s
    Haddin lbw b Ashwin 30 runs 72 balls 5 4s
    Henriques c & b Jadeja 2 runs 10 balls
    Siddle b Ojha 13 runs 13 balls 1 four 1 six
    Starc c Ashwin b Jadeja 35 runs 100 balls 2 4s
    Doherty not out 18 runs 56 balls 4 4s
    Extras (lb 3, w 1, nb 1) 5
    Total (89.2 overs) 223

Fall of wickets

    1-2 (Warner, 0.3 ov), 2-35 (Cowan, 7.5 ov), 3-55 (Smith, 13.5 ov), 4-89 (Lyon, 27.6 ov), 5-119 (Clarke, 45.6 ov), 6-123 (Hughes, 48.3 ov), 7-126 (Henriques, 51.1 ov), 8-143 (Siddle, 54.6 ov), 9-179 (Haddin, 71.1 ov), 10-223 (Starc, 89.2 ov)

Bowling

    B Kumar 10 ov 1 maiden 31/3
    Ishant Sharma 9 ov 1 maiden 34/0
    Ashwin 31 ov 9 maidens 72/2
    Jadeja 16.2 ov 6 maidens 35/3
    Pragyan Ojha 21 ov 6 maidens 46/2
    Tendulkar 2 ov 2/0

India 2nd innings (target: 133 runs)

    Vijay st Haddin b Doherty 26 runs 33 balls 5 4s
    Pujara lbw b Lyon 28 runs 51 balls 5 4s
    Kohli c Hughes b Siddle 34 runs 61 balls 6 4s
    Tendulkar run out 21 runs 23 balls 2 4s
    Dhoni not out 18 runs 28 balls 3 4s
    Jadeja not out 8 runs 5 balls 2 4s
    Extras (w 1) 1
    Total (33.3 overs) 136/4

Bowling

    Starc 10.3 ov 1 maiden 51/0
    Siddle 11 ov 2 maidens 34/1
    Lyon 5 ov 27/1
    Doherty 7 ov 2 maidens 24/1
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