The cricket community on Twitter had plenty of action to keep themselves busy on Saturday (November 26) – a strong bowling performance by India, Nathan Lyon’s return to form and Tim Southee’s six-tonking ways were the hot topics.

The Indian seamers have been doing an exceptional job in the shadow of their spin mates.

Jayant Yadav has sure made a big impression.

Here’s what hurt England.

Jonny Bairstow’s wicket was the one that gave the Indians the big fillip.

Jos Buttler played well on his Test comeback, but left most unimpressed with the way he got out.

The cricket in Mohali was entertaining, but, well …

Away in Adelaide, Lyon — under pressure to maintain his place after a string of sub-par performances — came roaring back to form to have South Africa in a tangle.

There was a healthy crowd in Adelaide to soak in the action, but not so in Mohali.

That’s not to be implied that cricketing interest in India is dwindling.

Absolute love this Picture …. #INDIA

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Virat Kohli gave Ben Stokes a send-off, not to the delight of all.

The butter-fingered Indian fielding came under the scanner again.

KL Rahul has already overtaken Rahul Dravid in one respect.

Meanwhile, Murali Kartik had a good time at the movies.

Manoj Tiwary was happy to be bitten by the travel bug …

Once d travel bug bites, there is no known antidote and I know I shall b happily infected until d end of my life ????

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… and so was S Badrinath.

David Warner’s little one seemed to have taken a liking to her father’s profession.

Tim Southee has surpassed a slew of big names on the list for most sixes in Test cricket.

And this might be what Younis Khan needs.

Away from the game, Fidel Castro’s death was a matter of conversation.