Ind v Aus: India Vs Australia 3rd Test Match Stats, records, Mar 18, 2013

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Published on: Mar 18, 2013

Ind vs Aus 3rd Test Live Scorecard, Match Stats: India won by 6 wickets. Australia 408, 223; India 499, 136/4. Australia have now lost 6 consecutive Tests in India. 3 now, 2 in 2010 and the last Test of the 2008 series.

Australia tour of India 2013, 3rd Test Live Score card: India vs Australia at Mohali, Mar 14-18, 2013.

Match Start at 09:30 local time (04:00 GMT).

Series: Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2013

Teams: India Vs Australia

Venue: Played at Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh

Match Type: Test match - (5-day match)

Time: 04:00 GMT | 9:30 AM IST

Toss: Australia won toss and elect to bat first

AUS 408 & 223,

IND 499 & 136/4 (33.3 Ovs)

India win by 6 wickets in Mohali over Australia. India take the series as they lead 3-0 with one game to play.

Full Scorecard

Winning a 4-day game after two 400+ scores. Just awesome performance.

Very well deserved Man of the Match for Dhawan. Created history for fastest 100 on debut

Congratulations to Shikhar Dhawan ! Dream Debut!

Australia have now lost 6 consecutive Tests in India. 3 now, 2 in 2010 and the last Test of the 2008 series.

Dhoni and jadeja shared a 20 runs partnership in 8 balls in IPL style... IPL is just a few days ago.

Dhoni record in tests: 23 won matches 12 loss and 12 matches draw.

All 10 Tests-in which MS Dhoni has led India vs Australia- have produced results. Won all 7 in India, lost all 3 in Australia.

Shikhar Dhawani Says: "I would like to thank god and my family, It's s dream come true. When I entered, I was nerbous for three-four balls. Once I got into my rhythm, I played my natural game. Vijay did a great job too. I wanted to stay at the crease as long as possible, I didn't want to throw my wicket away. I will cherish this for the rest of my life. The finger is going to take a bit of a time. It's all part and parcel of the game. I fell on my knuckles when I dived."

MS Dhoni says: "We don't think about revenge in sport, We have exploited the conditions well. Even the fast bowlers have done well despite conditions helping spinners. Jadeja's inclusion has helped. It meant we were playing with five specialist bowlers. We bowl 12-125 overs on an average to get teams out, so we get tired. It was one of the best batting exhibitions when it comes to batting in pairs, Vijay and Dhawan. The pitch got better to bat on a bit. There were foot marks, but I don't think it was alarming. Bhuvnesh's wickets in the second innings helped us win the game. We may try a few things in Delhi but it is important to win all Tests."

Michael Clarke says: "I think we showed character, But we have to give credit to India. The start that Dhawan and Vijay gave was outstanding, and all credit to them. The way we came out and fought with the ball today is amazing, but once again the Indian batters showed us that once you get in, you have to score big. We are disappointed, but hopefully we can finish on a high in Delhi. Over the past two years, we have been consistent at home, but not away from home. We continue to learn, there are some positives but there are certainly areas we can get better. I told the boys this morning that we can win the match. We always look for ways to win."

What a debut for Dhawan. Australia form a beeline to shake his hands. He may still be wanting to pinch himself to make sure this is for real. Walks off giving his mo' a twirl. He just came out playing his shots but playing them all along the ground. He didn't loft a single solitary ball until he reached his hundred. It's the quickest by a debutant. His 33 fours are only four behind the most on debut. He can notch up one of the five fastest double-centuries of all time, and he can also go on and score the highest score by a debutant.

Shikhar-Dhawan-Test-debut-highest-scoreShikhar Dhawan 187 in 174 ball (4x33, 6x2) - the highest score by an Indian on Test debut against any Team, beating Viswanath' 137 v Aus at Kanpur 1969.

Test cricket centuries,most runs scored on debut players list

Dhawan is the 13th batsman to make a century on debut for India. He became the first indian opener to score a century on debut.

200 stand b/w Dhawan-Vijay - only the 2nd 200 opening stand by Asian v Oz in Tests (249 Abdul Kadir/Khalid Ibadulla Karachi 1964).

196* stand b/w Dhawan-Vijay is the highest for India' opening against Australia in Tests, beating 192 Chauhan-Gavaskar Mumbai 1979.

Michael Clarke' 7th duck in 92 Test career - his 2nd first-ball duck, both against India (today and in Sydney 2008).

Phil Hughes against spin: 70 balls, 2 runs, Out 5 times. He is the one Aussie player who SHOULDN'T be playing on the subcontinent.

Statistics from India vs Australia 3rd test:

1.India have won three Tests in a series for only the fourth time (first against Australia). Their previous two such series wins came against England (1993) and Sri Lanka (1993-94).

2. India have won each of their last six home Tests against Australia. Including their win in the Mumbai Test in 2004, India have won eight and drawn two matches.

3. Australia have lost the first three Tests of a series for the first time since the home series against West Indies in 1988-89. They have been whitewashed in a series of three or more matches only twice (South Africa in 1969-70 and Pakistan in 1982-83).

4. India have now won their last three Tests against Australia in Mohali. Their only loss at the venue was in 1994 when West Indies won by 243 runs.

5. Australia have now lost 13 times after scoring 400-plus in the first innings (batting first). Five of the last six such defeats have come against India.

6. Ravindra Jadeja dismissed Michael Clarke for the fifth time in the series. This is only the fourth time that a batsman has been dismissed five times by a particular bowler in an India-Australia series. Among spinners, only Anil Kumble has dismissed Clarke more often (six times).

7. Australia's last-wicket pair added 44 runs in 109 balls. The number of deliveries faced is the fifth-highest for a last-wicket stand for Australia (second-highest against India).

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