1st Test, Day 4: Aggressive Australia Dominate India
Australia and India broke away from the niceties of the last two weeks as players got involved in some heavy duty sledging at the Adelaide Oval (Images from AP and AFP)
Soon after India were bowled out for 444, Australia again put the pressure back on scoring quick runs on the penultimate day.
After Chirs Rodgers, David Warner and Shane Watson got together for a quickfire partnership.
Warner followed up his first innings 145 with a composed half-century as match continued to slip out of India's hands.
Varun Aaron bowled Warner off a no-ball and that triggered some sledging between players from either side.
For a change, Virat Kohli played pacifier and urged Warner to cool down.
Shikhar Dhawan lost his cool as Warner continued to sledge the Indian fielders.
Warner celebrates his 11th hundred, second of the match and sixth this year.
Aaron is congratulated by India teammates after he removed Aussie skipper Michael Clarke.