Virat Kohli (IND): Firstly I want to say, I've never been more proud of a team than this one. The culture we've been able to build over the last 12 months. Our transition started here when I became the captain for the first time. Only one word to say, I'm proud. To lead these players is an honor and a privilege. They make the captain look good. Definitely, deserve to enjoy this moment. By far this is my best achievement. Has to be on top of the pile. When we won the World Cup, I was a young player. I saw the others getting emotional. This series will give us a different identity as a team. What we've been able to achieve is something to be really proud of. That's something that we spoke about, just wanted to go back to basics, not be flamboyant. Want to give a special mention to Pujara. He's one guy always willing to accept things. He's the nicest man around. Special mention to Mayank Agarwal too. To come in on Boxing Day and play like that against a high-quality attack. Someone like Rishabh as well, coming into his own and dominating attacks. We knew once the batsmen score, our bowlers are lethal. The way the bowlers have dictated terms in this series. And not just this one, the previous two tours as well. I've not seen happen in Indian cricket. They don't look at a pitch and think there's nothing for us. It's a revelation for Indian cricket and a learning for the other bowlers back home. They definitely deserve to be here and breaking record of the great West Indian fast bowlers is no mean feat. Definitely, this is just the stepping stone for us. The average age in the team is quite low. The most important thing for us have been belief. Our intent has always been good, and that is to take Indian cricket forward. Australia are always going to be a very competitive side. Every team goes through transition. I wish Tim and the management all the very best. We all deserve to enjoy. Celebrations are going to run long into the night I can assure you. Now we've got no more Test cricket and no more alarms in the morning. Crowds have been outstanding. They've never let us feel we are playing away from home. They've come in numbers in every stadium.
Tim Paine (AUS): Tip our hats to India. Congratulations to Virat and Ravi. Huge effort to come and win a series overseas. In the last two Tests, no doubt. Had our chances to win in Adelaide. In Perth, we did well. But we were outplayed in these last two Tests. Got some talent in this team. Obviously got some talent who aren't playing. They were playing against potentially the best pace attack in the world. Hopefully, they'll learn. Message is to keep scoring runs. That's the currency in cricket. Our group is under no illusions. Cricket is a funny game. We know it can turn very quickly. I'm fine, thanks. Will go home for a couple of days now. And some of us will head to the Big Bash. Sri Lanka is a big series for us next.
Cheteshwar Pujara: It's a great feeling for all of us. We've been working really hard to win a series overseas. And especially doing it in this country, it's never easy. First hundred was special, scoring it in Adelaide and going 1-0 up is something which we were all aiming for. When you do that, there's a good chance of winning the series. As a batsman, you just need to get used to pace and bounce. Playing in different conditions, in South Africa, in England, in county cricket has helped me improve my technique. Definitely the best squad I've been a part of. Congratulations to the bowlers. Taking 20 wickets in never easy. I'll be playing some first-class cricket back home. During IPL, I might be playing county cricket. Next Test series is 6-7 months away. I'll work hard on my game to play white-ball cricket. But Test cricket is my priority, it'll always remain my priority.
Cheteshwar Pujara is the Man of the match and also the man of the series as well.
The Test has been officially abandoned and India wins the 4-Test series with 2-1.
05:40 AM IST: Still drizzling at SCG and doesn't seem to be stopping at all.
Start of play on day 5 has been delayed due to rain
That is Stumps on Day 4. Australia trail by 316 runs.
11:50 IST: It's official. The play has been called off for the day
10:42 IST: There is going to be another inspection in 15 minutes from now
Bad light stops play
That is Tea on Day 4.
Over 3.6 Jasprit Bumrahbowls it short of lengthto Marcus Harris, no run, gets on top of the bounce and chops it on the off-side.
Over 3.5 Jasprit Bumrahbowls a good length deliveryto Marcus Harris, no run, gets forward and let it go through to the keeper.
Over 3.4 Jasprit Bumrahbowls it short of lengthto Marcus Harris, no run, moves across in his crease does Harris and cuts hard, finds the fielder stationed at point.
Over 3.3 Jasprit Bumrahbowls it short of lengthto Marcus Harris, no run, gets cover the off stump line and shoulders arms to let it go through to the keeper.
Over 3.2 Jasprit Bumrahbowls a good length deliveryto Marcus Harris, no run, gets forward and left alone outside off through to the keeper.
Over 3.1 Jasprit Bumrahbowls a good length deliveryto Marcus Harris, 2 runs, gets forward and works it away to deep square leg and picks up a couple of runs.