New Delhi, March 7: India's star off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin finished with another six-wicket haul as Virat Kohli and his men defeated Australia by 75 runs in the second Test at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Tuesday (March 7).
Chasing a target of 188 runs, Australia were all out for 112 in their second innings shortly after tea on the fourth day. India have now levelled the four-Test series at 1-1.
The Indians bowled superbly on a pitch which has developed quite a few cracks, making it difficult for batting. (Kohli fumes as Smith tries to cheat with DRS)
Ashwin did the most damage with figures of 6/41. Fast bowler Umesh Yadav displayed excellent speed and swing to return 2/30 while fellow pacer Ishant Sharma and left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja bagged a wicket each.
The Australians found it difficult to score against Jadeja who gave away only three runs in his eight overs which included five maidens.
Former and current cricketers took to Twitter to react over an entertaining game of cricket.
Have a look at, who said what after India's turnaround win:
India's cricketing icon Sachin Tendulkar reacted this way.
This is how a jubilant former India cricketer VVS Laxman congratulated Team India.
Former India cricketer Mohammad Kaif hailed Team India's incredible win over Aussies.
This is how legendary former India women's cricket team captain Anjum Chopra congratulated Team India for their victory against Australia.
Team India cricketer Mohammed Shami congratulated the team for such an incredible win.
This is how former India cricketer Aakash Chopra reacted.
Ashwin lauds Ishant
Ravichandran Ashwin posted a selfie with Ishant Sharma after Team's victory.
This is how former England captain reacted to India's effort in the second innings.
This is how former Australia skipper Michael Clarke had to say.
This is how legendary Australia cricketer and former captain Adam Gilchrist reacted.
Former India cricketer Dean Jones congratulated Team India for turnaround win.
An epic one from Virender Sehwag
This is what former India cricketer Virender Sehwag had to say.