The Boxing Day Test match between India and Australia, which is currently underway in Melbourne, is a proof that the longest format of the game is alive and kicking.
The first day of the Test match witnessed a massive crowd of 73,516 at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground and fans continued to flock to the stadium in huge numbers on the second day as well to catch the blockbuster contest.
And with two top rivals in world cricket - India and Australia - battling their hearts out, the fans couldn't have asked for more.
Meanwhile, an interesting feature - the 'Kiss Cam' at the MCG has made the contest even better for the crowd.
Some epic moments were caught in the 'Kiss Cam' which were displayed on the giant screen at the stadium.
'Kiss Cam' is a regular feature in some of the biggest sporting events across the world. It captures some of the moments where couple are indulged in kissing each other and then displays it on the giant screen at the stands.
Now, coming back to the game, India inched towards a big first innings total at the MCG after a solid show by their top-order batsmen.
Debutant opener Mayank Agarwal scored a brilliant 76 while Cheteshwar Pujara slammed his 17th Test hundred and Virat Kohli too contributed with a hard-fought 82 as India weared down the Aussie attack on a docile track.