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Indian middle-order batsman Ajinkya Rahane, who was the stand-in skipper for the fourth Test against Australia, said that he is different in nature to Virat Kohli

It is an old adage that there is no point crying over spilt milk.

Australia clinched the four-Test match series 2-0 to recapture the Border-Gavaskar Trophy after having lost the same following the 4-0 thumping in India.

Australia may have dominated the Sydney Test for most part, but Virat Kohli's India would derive satisfaction from the fact that they managed to save the Test, their second draw in a row coming at the back of a hard-fought rescue act at Melbourne in the Boxing Day Test.

Figure this out. Rohit Sharma has just reached his first Test fifty since the New Zealand series. First things first, he was lucky to get back into the side after missing out at Melbourne. Rohit was a rather surprise choice after he gave away two starts

Bowling, per se, has never been India's major strength in the five-day game. Yet, over the years, they have managed to produce attacks that have been good enough to win them Tests, both at home, and away

Even though the New Year has set in, many of the problems with the Indian team remain the same.

After a disastrous 2014, Team India will be hoping for better luck in 2015.

India's team selection for the final Test at Sydney has been thrown completely out of gear following the shock announcement of MS Dhoni that he is retiring from Tests with immediate effect.