India, March 26 -- India were unbeaten in their 2015 World Cup campaign in Australia and New Zealand till the MS Dhoni-led side reached the semi-finals. With a solid performance from both bat and ball, India picked up seven wins in seven games - defeating Pakistan, South Africa, UAE, West Indies, Ireland, Zimbabwe and Bangladesh, to enter the top four, where they faced a mighty challenge from hosts Australia. The 2011 World Cup-runners were looking good of retaining the trophy. But then, Steve Smith changed the script.

Australia skipper Michael Clarke won the toss and elected to bat first. India seamer Umesh Yadav provided an early breakthrough, dismissing the dangerous David Warner for 12. His partner Aaron Finch stuck around in the mid...