Ravindra Jadeja: The Indian all rounder proved why he’s such a valuable player for the Indian team by spinning his way to 25 wickets as well as scoring a couple of vital knocks over the course of the games.
Steve Smith: The Aussie captain scored a tremendous 499 runs, the most by any batsman in the series, showcasing why he’s the backbone of the batting lineup. Sadly, whenever he didn’t perform, his side looked deflated.
Cheteshwar Pujara: Pujara was clearly India’s stand out batsman, delivering the goods time and again. He finished the series with an impressive 405 runs at an average just shy of 60.
KL Rahul: Rahul proved that he is a great fit at the top of the order for the Indian batting lineup scoring 393 runs in the series at an average of 65.5. Six half centuries in his last 7 innings is no mean feat.
Nathan Lyon: Lyon deserves to be in this list just because of one stunning performance in the Bengaluru Test(8-50). With everybody doubting the Aussies’ spinner’s prowess on subcontinental wickets, Lyon silenced all crickets with a stunning tallyof 19 wickets.