India extended their dominance in the third Test against England in Mohali, and understandably garnered accolades for their all-round performance on Monday (November 28).

Playing only his second Test, Jayant Yadav continued to impress.

Over in Hamilton, Ross Taylor shrugged off his eye problem to score an unbeaten century against Pakistan.

Apparently Mitchell McClenaghan was responsible for getting Taylor back in form.

The Australians ended a five-Test losing streak with a commanding seven-wicket victory over South Africa, and just couldn’t seem to get over the feeling.

Having taken the series 2-1, the South Africans had a better time of it.

Putting all the controversy that dogged the series and the aggression they played with behind them, the two teams even shared a round of drinks.

Faf du Plessis chose to celebrate the series win with some golf.

There were plaudits for Sri Lanka’s youngsters after their triumphant tri-series campaign in Zimbabwe.

After playing 57 matches for Australia across all formats, Elyse Villani made an impressive bowling debut on Sunday. Her colleagues, past and present, couldn’t stop gushing about her effort.

Away from the on-field action, there were no Monday morning blues for Chris Gayle.

Manoj Tiwary met an inspirational figure.

And even Jason Holder was hero worshipping.