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´╗┐On Test captaincy debut, on the ground where he had scored his maiden Test century, Virat Kohli made his seventh hundred to lead India''s reply to Australia''s 7 for 517 declared. India would have been in a better position had M Vijay, Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane pushed on after reaching half centuries on the easy paced Adelaide pitch.

They would have still been in a reasonably solid position had Kohli not taken on a Mitchell Johnson short ball and top edged a pull to long leg with four overs left in the day. Kohli departed for 115, leaving 119 as his highest Test score, with a corresponding ODI mark of 183.

Barring the opening stand of 30, the next four partnerships were all 70 plus, Kohli the common factor in three of them. Kohli came into Adelaide having tallied 134 runs in ten Test innings in England. He ducked into a Johnson bouncer first ball, hit flush on the front of the helmet. There was concern among the Australians, most particularly Johnson, visibly strained about the blow with Phillip Hughes'' death on his mind. Kohli steadied himself and won every crucial moment against Australia''s premier fast bowler from thereon, till his downfall.

Three balls after the hit, he strode forward to drive Johnson down the ground for three. First ball from Johnson after lunch, he leaned on the front foot to drive through extra cover for four. First delivery from Johnson with the second new ball. Same result. Three balls later, he punched off the back foot. Same result. Johnson went for 90 in 16 overs leading up to Kohli''s depature.

Australia''s fast bowlers were not able to get much more out of the easy paced Adelaide pitch than India''s attack had, apart from the occasional Johnson lifters. They pitched it up often, but there was little conventional or reverse swing, and Kohli helped Billig Generisk Cialis himself to some emphatic drives and clips. He came through a period of discomfort against the offspinner Nathan Lyon to milk him for runs off the back foot.

Two of his middle order colleagues, Pujara and Rahane, succumbed to the offspinner. Lyon gained considerably more assistance than legspinner Karn Sharma had managed. Pujara and Kohli were troubled by Lyon''s control and testing length and line outside off stump. Vijay had countered the offspinner by stepping out and lofting a couple of sixes, but the middle order, hesitant to leave the crease or go right back, was tied down in the second session.

Wary of the turn and bounce with short leg in wait, Pujara was tentatively half forward on 73 when one kicked, hit his thigh and slipped between his legs to roll on to the stumps.

Rahane had a rather nervy start but he rode his luck to hit ten fours in his 62, displaying his strength off the back foot against both spin and pace. He was beaten a few times by Johnson, just cleared mid on off Lyon and almost top edged Peter Siddle to deep square leg. A sharp turner from Lyon threw him in enough doubt to play a similar length next ball off the back foot, but it bounced so much it took the top of the handle and popped to slip.

Vijay''s fall was down to a short, sharp burst from Johnson at the stroke of lunch. Johnson worked Vijay over with a few bouncers, hitting the opener on the shoulder with one of them. Vijay, pushed back in the crease, feathered a pitched up delivery to the wicketkeeper on 53.

Both Vijay and Pujara had looked good for plenty more after Shikhar Dhawan''s exit for a quick 25. Vijay was cautious initially, his first runs coming off his 19th delivery through a misfield, and his first boundary taking 46 balls. He left safely, as he had done for long periods in England.

Pujara was assured against the quicks right from the moment he came in. Harris and especially Siddle strayed into the pads often and Pujara picked them for boundaries. He also drove superbly through the covers.

Despite all their starts and managing one more fifty plus score than Australia did, India had one hundred to show against the hosts'' three, all of them bigger than Kohli''s score.

Rohit Sharma, who has had a difficult time in away Tests, looked in fine touch during his unbeaten 33, and Wriddhiman Saha survived a bouncer barrage from Johnson, but India were still playing catch up with a deficit of 148.

truecric_fan : For a true cricket fan you dont seem to appreciate any cricket played outside of india. The English side that toured last year was very good, the same team that had beaten Australia over here the same team that beat India in India its just last year the Australian bowling was exceptional. They bowled as many lose balls for the whole series as they bowled in this one day against India. Given what has gone through there heads recently its easy to see why they are not at the top of there game. They will all get better as the series unfolds. These same bowlers touched up South Africa in there own backyard how do you explain that one in your gracious rant?

Absolutely classic Siddle. Gets 2 soft wickets of tail enders to not reflect his useless bowling where he was comfortably the worst Australian bowler (Poor Mitch Marsh) and also drops a sitter (Shami went on to score another 25 runs).

His bowling was embarassing in the UAE where he''s the so called ''workhorse'' even though Johnson and Harris usually bowl more overs than him in an innings anyway. He was very useless in south africa, was very very average in the home ashes (only got his wickets due to Johnson and Harris''s work), was solid in the England Ashes, was very useless against India and in the home Sri Lanka series 2012 13 was by some distance our worst bowler (Bird and Johnson dominated, Starc was good)

How they pick this bloke, when they''ve got M Marsh and Watson who can keep things tidy as the 4th and 5th seamers is beyond me.

Well done to Lyon today, best ive ever seen him bowl

as feared, India did not last last long enuf. aussies have enough no of overs to score a near 300 which would need India to bat a full today tomorrow with no chance of winning and fighting hard for a draw. as I said yesterday, the key was to occupy time till atleast middle of session2, if not till tea. None of our set batsmen, went on. though Kohli innings was a delight to watch, he also "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" did not bat long enuf. when batsmen don''t do their job, u cannot blame captain for that. hope Karn learnt something from Lyon and our quickies learnt from their own mistake. Otherwise it is going to be leather hunt for the rest of the day and holding on for dear life tomorrow.

Michael Flynn; Lyon is world class in home conditions. Like most spinners around the world struggle to bowl in Australian conditions because you have to bowl differently here. On the subcontinent you get overspin on it , fire it in low skiddy and let the pitch do the rest and in Australia you got to get it up and get sidespin on the ball with bounce. Neither the Indian/Pakistanis spinners have coped with Australian conditions ie Ashwin had no idea over here last time and the Australian spinners havent coped with Cialis 10 Mg Goedkoop sub continent spinners. This does not make those Buy Cialis Switzerland that dont cope with asia not "World Class". For mine better spinners survive in Australia because they have to do all the work where as Asia you let the pitch do most of it.

truecric_fan : For a true cricket fan you dont seem to appreciate any cricket played outside of india. The English side that toured last year was very good, the same team that had beaten Australia over here the same team that beat India in India its just last year the Australian bowling was exceptional. They bowled as many lose balls for the whole series as they bowled in this one day against India. Given what has gone through there heads recently its easy to see why they are not at the top of there game. They will all get better as the series unfolds. These same bowlers touched up South Africa in there own backyard how do you explain that one in your gracious rant?

Absolutely classic Siddle. Gets 2 soft wickets of tail enders to not reflect his useless bowling where he was comfortably the worst Australian bowler (Poor Mitch Marsh) and also drops a sitter (Shami went on to score another 25 runs).

His bowling was embarassing in the UAE where he''s the so called ''workhorse'' even though Johnson and Harris usually bowl more overs than him in an innings anyway. He was very useless in south africa, was very very average in the home ashes (only got his wickets due to Johnson and Harris''s work), was solid in the "Anabolika Definition" England Ashes, was very useless against India and in the home Sri Lanka series 2012 13 was by some distance our worst bowler (Bird and Johnson dominated, Starc was good)

How they pick this bloke, when they''ve got M Marsh and Watson who can keep things tidy as the 4th and 5th seamers is beyond me.

Well done to Lyon today, best ive ever seen him bowl

as feared, India did not last last long enuf. aussies have enough no of overs to score a near 300 which would need India to bat a full today tomorrow with no chance of winning and fighting hard for a draw. as I said yesterday, the key was to occupy time till atleast middle of session2, if not till tea. None of our set batsmen, went on. though Kohli innings was a delight to watch, he also did not bat long enuf. when batsmen don''t do their job, u cannot blame captain for that. hope Karn learnt something from Lyon and our quickies learnt from their own mistake. Otherwise it is going to be leather hunt for the rest of the day and holding on for dear life tomorrow.

Michael Flynn; Lyon is world class in home conditions. Like most spinners around the world struggle to bowl in Australian conditions because you have to bowl differently here. On the subcontinent you get overspin on it , fire it in low skiddy and let the pitch do the rest and in Australia you got to get it up and get sidespin on the ball with bounce. Neither the Indian/Pakistanis spinners have coped with Australian conditions ie Ashwin had no idea over here last time and the Australian spinners havent coped with sub continent spinners. This does not make those that dont cope with asia not "World Class". For mine better spinners survive in Australia because they have to do all the work where as Asia you let the pitch do most of it.

This match is perfectly poised so not sure what issues people have with the wicket. Had we not lost 50 overs I would imagine we would be starting the second innings with scores level looking forward to an exciting last couple of days. Its a very good batting wicket but both bowling groups have been off India sprayed them and the Australian group have bowled more loose balls than they did in the entire series against England. I reckon recent events have muddled there minds. But its all positives we are all back playing cricket and after 3 days we have Equipoise Bloat a game where all 3 results are possible.

Neither teams are bowling as well as they could or should be imho. The pitch is about as friendly as it gets here so I suppose the Deca Durabolin Online real test for the Indian batsmen will begin at the Gabba. Decent from them so far though, I suppose a lot of folks imagined they''d fold up. India are on par with our first day score, one more wicket in hand than we had at that stage but no Steve Smith or Michael Clarke to pound out runs. I''ve not seen much of Rohit Sharma or the keeper Saha in tests, I wonder if they can get the score up near the 500 mark? The Indian tail is longer than ours too. In that respect, I think Bolt 200m we''re in front with a decent lead and if the Indians can match our score they will have done very, very well. Actually they''ve done quite well to get to where they are so good on ''em. Well played Kholi and the others who scored 50 plus, good team batting effort.