I think, we have touched on before, we have some really inexperienced players in terms of Test matches played.
"Paine: "We can have a conversation. there's no swearing, no".
Virat Kohli and Tim Paine engaged in a hilarious banterWhat's the Story? But thanks to Shami's splendid spell, Australia were all out for 243 in their second innings. "If it's the same eleven, then great, but if we have to make some changes I am sure will talk about that at some stage". Paine and Kohli clashed several times on days three and four but the duo seem seem to be perfectly okay with whatever happened and are not reading too much into it. Paine shrugged off the entire incident and said that Australia will invite India for a beer in the change rooms as per their team tradition. Kohli's valiant 123 went in vain and was outshined by Nathan Lyon's 8-wicket haul in the match.
India's day five collapse has also exposed deeper issues of disharmony within the Indian camp after video emerged which showed two Indian stars turning on each other as Australia romped to a memorable 146-run victory.
India's lengthy tail was also exposed on the grassy wicket with the four tailenders mustering just 11 runs between them for the match.
Both captains moved to downplay the rivalry after the match, declaring no lines had been crossed. On Monday, Australian captain Tim Paine and he got embroiled in a war of words and umpire Chris Gaffaney was forced to intervene when Kohli complained to him. The stump mic picked up Kohli asking Paine "why are you getting riled up', to which Paine said "I'm not".
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"We are really passionate about playing for Australia and we are certainly not going to sit back and be walked all over".
"But look, in the competitive spirit it stays on the field".
Paine for the moment has the upper hand as the Australians head into lunch at 4 for 190, an overall lead of 233, with Paine travelling comfortably on 37 not out. "It is part of the game as it should be", he said, of the Paine comment.
Usman Khawaja top scored with 72.
"We backed that decision and went with it, we were totally convinced it was our best combination and the batsmen have to take responsibility".
Mr O'Farrell, who is now Deputy Chair of the Australia-India Council, admits to John Stanley that he wants the opposition to win. "Big thanks to my brother, I'm not a very good batter so just trying to play my role".