India Regain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy to win the series 2-1

Coming back to this match, Australia lost the plot in the post-lunch session on day 1 and India did the same in the post-tea passage of play on day 2. It was Kuldeep and Lyon respectively who brought their sides back into the game. And then yesterday when the game was on a knife's edge, it was the Jadeja and Umesh show.
First Jadeja with the bat and then Umesh with the ball. Australia collapsed at the most crucial juncture and the target of 107 was never going to be enough. 200 would've given India jitters. And Rahul and Rahane completed the job today inside lunch to help India regain the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.

What a moment KL Rahul Brings up his 6th fifty of the series to seal series win

Rahul gets to fifty as well. One more in the series. This is how he got there: went back and tucked the ball wide of mid-wicket.
Two was enough to win the game, but the adrenaline and the moment ensures that Rahul and Rahane keep running. They come back for the third and at the end of the run, Rahul started his vigorous celebrations.

Pujara gone for a duck Maxwell throws down the stumps

13.6 overs Pat Cummins to Pujara, out Pujara Run Out!! Terrible terrible call from Che and he is gone. His wife is shocked. The Aussies are delighted and Anil Kumble under those dark glasses wears a stern look. Tapped in front of point and Che set off. Rahul wasn't so sure, but responded late.
After seeing Rahul's indecision, Pujara stopped in the middle of the pitch. Maxwell picked up the ball and then took middle stump out at the non-striker's end with a bullet throw. As he threw, the momentum took him to the ground. But when he got up, saw that he had got his side a wicket. A gift-wrapped wicket. Pujara puts his head down and walked away. Was never a single there. Pujara always looks for dodgy singles early on in his innings - just runs after playing, without realising whether there is a single on or not. Very similar to KP's Red Bull charged runs! Pujara run out (Maxwell) 0(5)

Murali Vijay edges behind off Pat Cummins

13.1 overs Pat Cummins to Vijay, out Caught by Wade!! Pat Cummins gets the edge and Vijay walks. He should've been out last over, but no-one picked up the glove, but this time Cummins's extra bounce off a good length and the holding of the ball's line produces the wicket.
Around off, made Vijay play and a tiny feather through to Wade. A top delivery and nothing much Vijay could've done. Walks off with an expression which suggested it was too good for him. Finally something for the Aussies to smile about. Vijay c Wade b Pat Cummins 8(35)

India's quicks broke the backbone of the Australian batting line-up according to Sourav Ganguly

On September 22 began India's home season of 13 Test matches. They all knew but they spoke in hushes tones. There was a really good chance India could go unbeaten through that season. Perhaps even win all 13. Nobody said that out loud because they didn't want the pressure. Six months later, here we are. India sailed through the first three series, but this one has been a good-old slug. They lost a Test, and after two days in Bangalore it seemed they could be thoroughly dominated. As with the earlier series, though, at clutch moments, India have had fitter, stronger men outdoing the opponents.
"Indian fast bowler runs through opposition in the second innings bowling them out for 135-140 after a 20-30 run lead -Tick Indian openers come out to bat a few overs (6) and dont lose wickets in a 100-120 odd chase- Tick India chasing down a 100-120 target in the 4th innings- I hope Barbados 1997 was a script that is different from today. 20 years back around the same dates, Barbados against Ambrose, Walsh, Bishop and Rose happened. Childhood scars remain!" 

Most Wickets by pace bowlers Test Series in India

Umesh Yadav has bowled splendidly in the series – his tally being 17 wickets at 23.41 runs apiece – his best tally in a Test rubber, eclipsing the 14 (ave.39.35) in the four-Test rubber vs Australia in 2011-12.

Pat Cummins has already bowled the most short balls in this series 2017

5 Wickets taken by Pat Cummins off short-pitched deliveries in this series, out of his seven wickets. All other bowlers combined have managed only four wickets from those deliveries.
Cummins has already bowled the most short balls in this series (112) despite not playing the first two Tests. His partner Josh Hazlewood has bowled only 86 short balls, which is 12.68% of his deliveries compared to Cummins deliveries 27.05% balls short.