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Adelaide Test: Often, poor decisions are overrated, and exaggerated, being termed as a key reason behind a team's failure or bad performance.

Australia beat New Zealand 2-0 in the three-Test series that was expected to be closely fought. And, while New Zealand did compete hard in the last two Tests, Aussies proved to be the superior team, and overpowered the Kiwis in the end. With the series coming to an end, we look back at the top performers across the three Tests, with both bat and ball.

After the Test at Nagpur between India and South finished inside three days, the match between Australia and New Zealand – the first day night Test encounter played with the pink ball, also finished on day three

AUS vs NZ 3rd Test: Batting first, New Zealand could only post 202 in their first inning before they were bowled out and in reply Australia have scored 54 runs at the loss of two wickets.

AUS vs NZ 3rd test:The thought that Test cricket needs a revamp has been passed around for a few years now, but the implementation was lacking.

As New Zealand and Australia battle it out in the first Day-Night cricket Test to be played with the pink ball, starting Friday

Aussie speedster Mitchell Johnson has announced his international retirement just a fortnight after turning 34. While his decade-long career went through many ups and down, he finished with impressive numbers nonetheless

At the end of day four, a draw was the most likely result at Perth. Only a sporting declaration could have made things interesting. That never happened. Furthermore, a rain interruption took away the slimmest of chances, if any, New Zealand had of chasing down an improbable target in super quick time.

On a run-filled day, Steven Smith and Adam Voges hit hundreds as Australia finished Day four of the Perth Test at 258 for 2, taking a lead of 193 runs