Dhoni: The breakthroughs put pressure on us. People often think about the asking rate. The two new balls make it a bit difficult so you have to respect that early on. It gets a bit easier to hit in the middle overs. Our bowlers were affected by the heat, they were cramping so it affected their execution."
Hilfenhaus is the Man of the Match: "The new white ball swings a lot and I like it for sure. I couldn't get Sachin through the Test series so I had to get him sometime."
Ponting: I thought out score was just above par. The Indians didn't hit that many boundaries so we were fantastic. We've turned the momentum back our way. We knew the pitch would offer a bit more at night. Great for Brett the way he bowled."
The debate over India's rotation will continue before their next match on Tuesday.
That's it from us. Thanks for your company. The cricket continues. Cheers everyone!
End of match: Australia move to the top of the table, thanks in no small way to a lackluster performance by India. They now move to the top of the table. Anything above 260 was always going to intimidate India, going by the last few chases, so Australia practically won this game when they stepped out for the second innings. Lee and Hilfenhaus had the better of the bowling conditions and ensured the Indian top order didn't turn things around.