AUSTRALIA 276(122.4 OVERS)2ND INNINGS INDIA 274(97.1 OVERS)2ND INNINGS
While the outfield in Bengaluru was rated as very good, it is understood that one of the main factors in Chris Broad's pitch appraisal was the variable bounce
Anil Kumble has said India have moved on from the DRS incident that flared up towards the end of the Bengaluru Test
Hawk-Eye has explained the mechanics behind the David Warner lbw dismissal in the second innings of the Bengaluru Test, which to the naked eye seemed a dubious "umpire's call" on the point of imp
To our dissatisfaction, we might never know who was in the wrong in the DRS debacle. But the best way forward has been settled upon under complex circumstances
No. of times India have successfully defended targets of less than 188. Two of those against Australia - 107 at Wankhede in 2004 and 143 at MCG in 1981.
No. of balls in which India lost 4 wickets - Rahane, Nair, Pujara and Ashwin. In the first Test, they had lost 4 wickets in a span of 8 balls in their first inns.
No. of openers to score 50+ in both innings of a Test in Bangalore, including Rahul. Other 2: Greenidge (1974) and A Jadeja (1995).
KL Rahul's average in the 2nd inns in Tests, before this, compared to his 1st inns average of 60.64. His highest score in the 2nd inns is only 38.
Runs scored by Shaun Marsh at No. 4 position in his last five innings, before today - scores of 0, 0, 0, 2, 16. He has scored a fifty at that position in this innings.
No. of times Matt Renshaw has faced 100+ deliveries in his 9 Test innings, including this innings.
No. of times Ashwin has dismissed Warner in 12 Tests - the most he has dismissed any batsman. Also the most Warner has fallen to any bowler.
No. of 50+ opening stands for visiting teams in this Indian home season, including Warner-Renshaw today. The home team has had only 2 such partnerships.