Two-dimensional Kohli controversy can't overshadow a truly three-dimensional Test
Despite deceptive cameras and blurry replays briefly launching a contrived controversy around Virat Kohli's day three dismissal, the second Test in Perth kept rollicking on. Now it's set up to be a classic.
Australia pokes its nose in front, but the batting issues are back
Australia has a lead of 175 runs and plenty of wickets in the sheds in the second Test against India but it is still anyone's game heading into day four in Perth.
Australia with work to do in Perth after Finch's injury, as it happened
The second Test between Australia and India remains delicately poised after a day of see-sawing fortunes for both teams which saw Aaron Finch retire hurt and a brief collapse in Australia's middle order. Look back at how the action unfolded.
Modric criticises Messi, Ronaldo for Ballon d'Or gala snub
Ballon d'Or winner Luka Modric takes a shot at superstars Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi for not turning up to the ceremony to see him receive the award.
Kookaburras lose Hockey World Cup semi-final in shootout
The Kookaburras miss out on defending their World Cup crown after losing a heartbreaking semi-final to the Netherlands 4-3 in a sudden-death shootout after being level 2-2 at full-time.
Virat Kohli, a batsman on another level and playing his own private game
As batsmen from both sides floundered on a tricky pitch against red-hot bowlers, Virat Kohli emerged as a sense of calm on day two, and at times looked like he was a class above this spirited Test match.
Kohli fronts up with stellar resistance in delicately poised second Test
It's anyone's guess which way the second Test will veer after Virat Kohli led a superb Indian fight with the bat in trying conditions to frustrate Australia's bowlers on day two.