Player of the Match
Player of the Match

That's all we have for you all today, it was great to have yo here and we'll look forward to more feedback as India head to Kolkata for the Test against West Indies and Australia will go back home for the Ashes. Till then, it's goodbye from Vishal Dikshit on behalf of Devashish and scorer Binoy George. Ta ta!

9.42pm Dhawan is being mobbed by team-mates, Dhoni uproots the stumps and runs away in celebration, Rohit gets one too as the batsmen's series comes to an end in India's favour. Faulkner was having a word with the umpires after the dismissal, he was clearly unhappy about something. Rohit left everyone in awe, no doubt, but what an effort from James Faulkner. It was his first hundred - domestic or international - and if Australia had more wickets, he would have probably taken them home.

Prabbu Raj Menon: "i cant blame pitches or small grounds ... its purely rubbish bowling by both teams"

harshit srivastava: "faulkner will be the better allrounder for ashes than others."

Time for the presentation:

George Bailey: We went pretty close there but outstanding innings from Rohit. We were probably ahead at one point of time but didn't have enough wickets. Faulkner and Maxwell played excellent cameos. We knew it would be tough they are the No. 1 and it's been a wonderful series. Plenty of positives, the one-day cricket we were playing 18 months wasn't great and we are certainly on track now.

Rohit Sharma is Man of the Match and Series: I didn't really think of the 200 initially. Right from ball one I wanted to stay there. It was a small ground with a fast outfield, we knew it was going to be a big-scoring game keeping the wickets in hand. We always spoke about building small parnterhsips and we had two big ones today. It's been our strength throughout the series so it was heartening to see that. You never know, even 380 wasn't looking comfortable. Credit goes to Dhawan and Virat as well, they played very well throughout the series, we showed real character. I'm enjoying opening at the moment, just want to keep continuing and want to continue fresh. I'm looking forward to the West Indies series now and I didn't know about the 16 sixes record.

MS Dhoni: There was a moment when we were under pressure after losing 2-3 quick wickets. It became a little difficult and we wanted to sore 300 and explode from there. 383 wasn't on our mind but Rohit batted very well. This ground has the reputation for batsmen hitting more sixes than fours, especially when you see Gayle and Virat batting in the IPL. It's difficult to contain the batsmen here. Our Batting has been fantastic, openers have done very well but it would have been good if middle order got a few more runs. Apart form the one game, we scored in each and every game. We have to improve in bowling, something we wanted to do on a team level also. We have chased 350+ twice but nobody talks about the Australian bowling line-up. Fantastic series overall, Australia played very well and the wickets were good. the amount of crowd that came was fantastic.

Mohammed Shami to Faulkner, OUT, full toss gets a wicket and it's all over! It was there to be put away, Faulkner hit it a long way in the air and Dhawan ran to his right from deep midwicket to take a diving catch to finish the match

JP Faulkner c Dhawan b Mohammed Shami 116 (107m 73b 11x4 6x6) SR: 158.90

58 runs, five overs, 1 wicket

Jadeja to McKay, OUT, beat him! It was on length on off again, McKay came forward to defend but played the wrong line and it just beat the outside edge to hit the off stump. Jadeja breaks the big partnership of 115 on the last ball of his spell

CJ McKay b Jadeja 18 (65m 37b 3x4 0x6) SR: 48.64

Kumar to Faulkner, SIX runs, and what happens when he's on strike? It's full again, and he sends it high up in the air, it looked like a mis-hit but it's gone all the way. SIX more
Jadeja to McKay, no run, that's turn form Jadeja and Dhoni has appealed for a stumping. IT was on length outside off, the batsman drove but missed it and Dhoni took the bails off. Replays say its too close but his toe is just back in time
Jadeja to McKay, FOUR runs, short and wide, it's another four and who hit it? It's not Faulkner, it's McKay who drive it past cover to send it all the way

Round the wicket now

Mohammed Shami to McKay, FOUR runs, low full toss outside off, driven through the gap by McKay, he's joining Faulkner in this run-fest. Can Australia do it form here?
Jadeja to McKay, FOUR runs, short and outside off, pushed past cover into the gap and Dhawan chases but can't get there. A four from McKay now
Jadeja to Faulkner, 1 run, full on leg, pushed to cover softly and that's a hundred for Faulkner. It's his maiden and the fastest by an Australian. Big applause from the Bangalore crowd. What an effort from a No. 7 batsman

91 required form 72, but only two wickets left

Vinay Kumar to Faulkner, SIX runs, fours are not enough, he smacks a six! Short ball on the stumps, its' n the zone for him and it's launched over Jadeja's head at deep midwicket for a six. He jumped but couldn't get there
Vinay Kumar to Faulkner, FOUR runs, attempted yorker is also a four! Low full toss on leg stump, flicked away off the pads, Jadeja ran to his right from deep midwicket and a dive can't save the boundary even though he reached there
Vinay Kumar to Faulkner, FOUR runs, four more! Full on off and it's driven down the ground beating mid-off to go all the way along the ground
Vinay Kumar to Faulkner, FOUR runs, Faulkner charges down, Vinay bangs in a bouncer and he's slapped it between long-on and deep midwicket for four, piercing the gap

CricBellz: "Who will get to the 100 first? Vinay Kumar or James Faulkner?"

Vinay Kumar to Faulkner, FOUR runs, juicy full toss on off, he puts it away easily past long-on for a boundary served to him on a platter

122 required from 15 overs, two wickets left and Vinay Kumar is back

Australia 2nd innings Partnerships

1st7AJ FinchPJ Hughes
2nd57BJ HaddinPJ Hughes
3rd6BJ HaddinGJ Bailey
4th4BJ HaddinAC Voges
5th58AC VogesGJ Maxwell
6th6JP FaulknerGJ Maxwell
7th67SR WatsonJP Faulkner
8th6NM Coulter-NileJP Faulkner
9th115CJ McKayJP Faulkner
10th0XJ DohertyJP Faulkner