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INDIAN firebrand Virat Kohli blasted his third Test century of the summer at the MCG before declaring he respected only some of his Australian opponents.

VIRAT Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane combined to guide India within striking distance of Australia’s total thanks to some poor catching from the hosts.

BRAD Haddin took two all-time classic catches to enter rare company as just the fourth Australian wicketkeeper to claim 250 career dismissals.

GLENN Maxwell stunned TV commentators Adam Gilchrist and Damien Fleming and the public alike by shouldering arms to a ball that clean bowled him.

BRISBANE Heat is breathing a sigh of relief after escaping with victory from its clash against the Melbourne Stars and a wounded Rob Quiney.

MCC Museum

Located on Level B1 of the Members Pavilion, the 400-square metre Melbourne Cricket Club Museum has more than 1500 artefacts on display, showcasing the rich history of the club and the ground it manages.

The centrepiece is the story of the mythical Ashes, where the club's outstanding collection of related memorabilia includes the famous Blackham Ball and an exquisite silver "urn" from manager Frank Laver's successful tour of England in 1909.
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