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Stunned after being upset by an inexperienced but resolute outfit at the Gabba, Australia head coach Justin Langer lauded the Indians for their spirited performance. He also stated that Australia learned a harsh lesson from the stinging defeat - never underestimate the tough players from India. The Indians lifted the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2-1 despite losing most of their senior players to injury, and after being rolled over for an embarrassing 36 in the first Test at Adelaide.

Australia coach Justin Langer was all praise for the Indian bowlers for the manner in which they have kept Australian batsmen on the backfoot in the series so far. Even though India lost the first Test before coming back hard to clinch the second, their bowlers have been on the spot right through the two Tests. Jasprit Bumrah and Ravichandran Ashwin were brilliant in the Boxing Day Test while debutant Mohammed Siraj provided him excellent support.

There is a familiar look again to the ICC Test World Rankings as Australia, like they did for large parts of the 90s and 00s, hold the top spot ahead of New Zealand and India respectively.

Australia’s head coach Justin Langer has stated that Australia is on the constant lookout for a match-changing finisher in the ODI format. In the absence of the same, they are struggling for

Australian coach Justin Langer has admitted the present side lacks world-class batsman, and also conceded that Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara are the difference between the two sides in the

Australia coach Justin Langer has stated that skipper Tim Paine will be fit for the second Test against India at Perth despite the finger injury he sustained at Adelaide

Australia coach Justin Langer has stated that skipper Tim Paine will be fit for the second Test against India at Perth despite the finger injury he sustained at Adelaide while batting.

Australia ended their tour of England without a single win following a loss in the one-off T20. But, an optimistic Justin Lange

The 1999/2000 series in Australia was a disastrous tour for the Indians. Led by Sachin Tendulkar, they lost all the three Tests without putting up much of a fight. India’s inability to cope with conditions abroad came to the fore again.