India drew the curtains on the Mohali Test with a memorable win against England on Tuesday (November 29), and the Twitterati couldn’t get enough of the victory.

Despite India’s dominance, Haseeb Hameed’s admirable rearguard in England’s second innings stood out. The 19-year-old batsman batted with a broken finger to score an unbeaten 59 after walking in at No. 8.

An impressed Virat Kohli later had a chat with the youngster who was all ears.

Congratulations were in order for Kohli’s men, and Twitter was brimming with them.

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With the win, Kohli extended his unbeaten run as captain to 16 Tests and Dean Jones has the secret.

The Englishmen were understandably gutted, and a few even sent an SOS to James Taylor.

India Women, meanwhile, were impressive in their thrilling win against Pakistan Women in the Asia Cup Twenty20 match, and Gautam Gambhir was the first one to congratulate the team.

After sweeping the Test series 2-0 against Pakistan, New Zealand had a lot to celebrate.

But nothing, of course, compared to the celebrations that will take place in the Yuvraj Singh household.

Shardul Thakur was a relieved man – his long wait for a first-class fifer had ended.

Too many selfies can be injurious to health, ask James Franklin.

But tell that to li’l Miss Warner …