Player of the Match
Player of the Match
  • BATSMEN
    R
    M
    B
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c †Patel b Kumble
    117
    194
    149
    17
    1
    78.52
    c Ganguly b Kumble
    67
    139
    88
    12
    1
    76.13
    lbw b Kumble
    25
    68
    48
    2
    0
    52.08
    c & b Kumble
    7
    61
    45
    1
    0
    15.55
    c †Patel b Pathan
    40
    90
    72
    6
    0
    55.55
    c Sehwag b Kumble
    125
    230
    166
    17
    0
    75.30
    b Pathan
    6
    35
    25
    1
    0
    24.00
    c Chopra b Kumble
    0
    19
    12
    0
    0
    0.00
    st †Patel b Kumble
    47
    142
    113
    10
    0
    41.59
    c Agarkar b Kumble
    2
    14
    8
    0
    0
    25.00
    not out
    0
    3
    1
    0
    0
    0.00
    Extras
    38 (b 6, lb 9, nb 20, w 3)
    TOTAL
    474 all out (117.5 Overs, RR: 4.02, 502 minutes)
    Fall of wickets: 1-147 (ML Hayden, 31.1 ov), 2-214 (JL Langer, 43.6 ov), 3-229 (RT Ponting, 47.5 ov), 4-261 (DR Martyn, 59.2 ov), 5-311 (SR Waugh, 70.6 ov), 6-341 (AC Gilchrist, 78.4 ov), 7-350 (B Lee, 83.2 ov), 8-467 (SM Katich, 115.2 ov), 9-473 (JN Gillespie, 117.2 ov), 10-474 (NW Bracken, 117.5 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    AB Agarkar25311604.6412
    IK Pathan2638023.0724
    A Kumble46.5714183.01011
    M Kartik19112206.4203
    SC Ganguly11000.0000

Close of Play

  • Fri, 2 Jan - day 1 - India 1st innings 284/3 (SR Tendulkar 73*, VVS Laxman 29*, 90 ov)
  • Sat, 3 Jan - day 2 - India 1st innings 650/5 (SR Tendulkar 220*, PA Patel 45*, 180 ov)
  • Sun, 4 Jan - day 3 - Australia 1st innings 342/6 (SM Katich 51*, B Lee 0*, 80 ov)
  • Mon, 5 Jan - day 4 - Australia 2nd innings 10/0 (JL Langer 4*, ML Hayden 1*, 4 ov)
  • Tue, 6 Jan - day 5 - Australia 2nd innings 357/6 (94 ov) - end of match

Match Notes

  • A dream gone sour

    The ovation that greeted him when he walked out to bat was almost seismic in its nature, but Steve Waugh might have been reminded of the James Kelman novel, <i>How Late it Was, How Late</i>, where the main character wakes up one morning to find himself bl

  • A dream gone sour

    The ovation that greeted him when he walked out to bat was almost seismic in its nature, but Steve Waugh might have been reminded of the James Kelman novel, <i>How Late it Was, How Late</i>