Umesh's fiery bowling, Warner's innings, Rogers gritty innings and more talking points from Day 2's play.
The match hangs in balance going into Day 3 as skipper Smith shepherded his side with an unbeaten knock of 65.
Australia got the second day off to a good start, but India pulled things back before Tea.
Haddin finished with six scalps – all caught – when India were bowled out in 109.4 overs at lunch on the second day.
Sterling, who wasted chances in the 3-0 defeat against Man Utd, looked a sharp-eyed goal-getter on Wednesday night.
Williamson's fourth ODI century helped New Zealand post 299/5 which proved too much for Pakistan.
Atletico de Kolkata got their act right in the nick of time to humble crowd favourites FC Goa 4-2 in tie-breaker.
Amla and AB de Villiers added 283 for the fourth wicket, a South African record against the West Indies.
Steve Smith's unbeaten fifty keeps Australia in the contest as India pull things back in third session.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday reserved its judgment on the fate of ousted BCCI chief N Srinivasan.
Only Number 9 Javed Khan, who top scored with a 30-ball 27, saved Mumbai that ignominy.
Karnataka beat Bengal by nine wickets to record second straight win but fail to take bonus point.
Fernandez will continue being a part of the Indian set-up, SAI said.
Banned for a year; pugilist Sarita Devi free to compete in 2016 Rio Olympics.
The only time both batsmen and fielders were keen to run was when the drinks were brought out.
Sweltering Brisbane, Aussie firepower fail to melt opener’s resolve; India take giant stride on Day One.
Coming into the match, Saina held a 5-5 record against Shixian and kept the Chinese on a tight lease.
40-time winners Mumbai haven't gotten off to the perfect start to their season and are yet to win a game.
He also added that all the offices he held in the BCCI were nominated ones and not won by election.
Pacers Josh Hazlewood and Mitchell Starc also needed treatment for cramps and muscle fatigue.
After West Indies, India have became the 2nd team to manage 300 on the 1st day of a Test match at Brisbane.
This was Karnataka's second outright win on the trot to lead the group table with 12 points after two rounds.
Tiwary's MRI report was normal and is expected to be back in action in two days' time.
Funnily enough, Murali Vijay had to be told by Rahane, that he had got to his three-figure mark.
Mitchell Marsh, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood, all left the field at some point of time during the day.
India's foreign coach Fernandez was also handed a two-year ban for standing by Sarita during her protest.
Skipper Smith tried everything but wasn't able to get the kind of results one expected from the hosts.
Chelsea scored through Eden Hazard and Felipe Luis before Derby pulled one back.
The Mexican side, who have far more limited resources than the Spaniards, did their best but faltered.
The US will bid to host the summer Olympics for the first time since it hosted it in Atlanta in 1996.
The afternoon session was just the period of play Australia were looking for.
Younis Khan feels playing the fourth ODI against New Zealand would be very difficult.
Only one wicket, a good 89 runs on the board and the first session well and truly went India's way.
While Vijay was out after scoring his hundred, Rahane is still there in the middle and doing a fine job with Rohit Sharma.
Shardul Thakur finished with figures of 6 for 59 to help Mumbai bowl out Railways for 242 at the Karnail Singh Stadium.
Hosts lose seven wickets for 79 runs after break on Day Three to concede follow-on to champs Karnataka.