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Two southern gentlemen

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Like an uprising

Dec 17, 2003: India do not play cricket at their own levels

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Australia v India, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

Rahul Dravid, German sedan

Dec 16, 2003: Petrus Stephanus de Villiers - Fanie to most - produced an indefatigable spell of 6 for 43 and was the man of the moment the last time Australia went behind in a home Test series

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

Rahul Dravid, German sedan

Dec 16, 2003: Petrus Staphanus de Villiers - Fanie to most - produced an indefatigable spell of 6 for 43 and was the man of the moment the last time Australia went behind in a home Test series

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

'Rahul batted like god,' says Sourav

Dec 16, 2003: Asked to rate his innings a couple of days ago, Rahul Dravid had responded with the realism that is a feature of his persona

Sambit Bal in Adelaide

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

'Rahul batted like god,' says Sourav

Dec 16, 2003: Asked to rate his innings a couple of days ago, Rahul Dravid had responded with the realism that is a feature of his persona

Sambit Bal in Adelaide

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

'The best Indian side ever' - Wadekar

Dec 16, 2003: As India notched up the winning runs, Nagraj Gollapudi spoke to a few former Indian players who have been part of Indian teams winning abroad - either in Tests or significant one-day international tournaments

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

Dravid's heroics topple Australia

Dec 16, 2003: Rahul Dravid held India's run-chase together, and with VVS Laxman providing the much-needed impetus to the innings, India were on the threshold of a magnificent win

The Wisden Bulletin by S Rajesh

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 5th day

Dravid heroics topple Australia

Dec 16, 2003: Rahul Dravid turned in his second heroic innings of the match, as India etched out a magnificent four-wicket victory at the Adelaide Oval to go 1-0 up in the four-Test series - the first time since 1993-94 that Australia trailed in a home series

The Wisden Bulletin

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 4th day

No excuses, says Buchanan

Dec 15, 2003: In the beautiful words of Peter Roebuck, Waugh's Australians have played cricket by their own lights

Sambit Bal in Adelaide

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 4th day

No excuses, says Buchanan

Dec 15, 2003: In the beautiful words of Peter Roebuck, Waugh's Australians have played cricket by their own lights

Sambit Bal in Adelaide

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 4th day

Agarkar's finest moment

Dec 15, 2003: A little more than five years after his debut, Ajit Agarkar picked up his first five-wicket haul in any form of international cricket

Rahul Bhatia

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 4th day

Bombay Duck sickens Australia

Dec 15, 2003: It's almost five years since Australia lost a Test match of any consequence on home soil, testament to their dominance and a damning indictment of teams who have come here having thrown in the towel somewhere over the Indian Ocean or Straits of

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 4th day

Bombay Duck sickens Australia

Dec 15, 2003: It's almost five years since Australia lost a Test match of any consequence on home soil, testament to their dominance and a damning indictment of teams who have come here having thrown in the towel somewhere over the Indian Ocean or Straits of

The Wisden Verdict by Dileep Premachandran

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 4th day

The Swami Army invades Adelaide

Dec 15, 2003: There are about 70 of them in a crowd of 17,000, but take my word for it, they have been raising a storm

Sambit Bal at the Adelaide Oval

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 4th day

Agarkar five-for puts India on top

Dec 15, 2003: An inspired performance in the field by India, and some careless batting by the Australian top order, left the second Test at the Adelaide Oval intriguingly poised, as Australia were bowled out for 196 in their second innings

The Wisden Bulletin by S Rajesh

Australia v India, 2nd Test, Adelaide, 4th day

Agarkar five-for wrecks Australia

Dec 15, 2003: An inspired performance in the field by India, and some careless batting by the Australian top order, left the second Test at the Adelaide Oval intriguingly poised, as Australia were bowled out for 196 in their second innings

The Wisden Bulletin
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