Australia's 4 Key Takeaways From Their 3rd Test Victory Against India

4) Alex Carey's glovework Contrary to predictions, Alex Carey has performed admirably behind the wickets while playing red-ball cricket for the first time in India. In three Test matches,

the South Australian has caused six dismissals and has barely missed half-chances on extravagantly changing tracks. Carey has also been a major asset in assisting his captains with accurate evaluations, particularly in lbws.

3) Travis Head's development as an opening batter Travis Head, who was controversially left out of the Nagpur Test,

showed off his improved sub-continental style in the next two matches in Delhi and Indore. In Delhi's second innings, the left-hander scored an inventive 43 runs, laying the groundwork for what, but for Australia's batting collapse, would have been a victory for Australia.

2) Cameron Green's assuredness at the crease

Cameron Green faced the difficult task of batting on a shifting surface against two potent spinners after returning from a finger injury in Indore where he had missed the previous two Tests.

1) Steve Smith shines as a tactician After two heartbreaking defeats, Steve Smith was given the difficult task of leading Australia and boosting the visitors' spirits. Steve Smith performed admirably in that role.

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