India were really disappointing
Save Sourav Ganguly, the team lacked the players who could consistently take the fight to the opposition, says Steve Waugh.
Steve Waugh salutes his all-conquering Australian team which won all six Tests and all but one of its one-day internationals this summer.
Waugh all but finished
The Australians are on the threshold of a decisive triumph. Yet, Steve Waugh says there won't be any quarters given against Pakistan in the second final.
No easing up
The stage is set for the finals of the Carlton and United series. And Steve Waugh promises to ride in full throttle against the Pakistanis.
Looking to keep on rolling
Even though Australia have made it to the finals of the triangular series Steve Waugh says he and his boys are in no mood to loosen their stranglehold over India in tomorrow's match.
Steve Waugh says the leg spinner is the biggest turner of the ball in world cricket
No letting up
India and Pakistan, says Steve Waugh, will both be looking for revenge - the former for the Test series defeat and the latter for that of the World Cup final - in the triangular series. And his Australians will do everything to keep their reputation intact.
Seven up and looking for eight
All-conquering Aussie skipper Steve Waugh looks back on a remarkable summer.
Set for a sweep
Steve Waugh says his team is in an excellent position to extend its winning run to seven Test matches and make it a memorable summer.
Summer to remember
Six Test victories in a row, and Steve Waugh says he's looking to better that feat.
Still confident of winning
Despite rain playing spoilsport, Steve Waugh says he's still confident of winning
Crunch time for the Indians
'We go into this Boxing Day Test on a roll, aiming for our sixth consecutive Test victory. However, we are aware that the heavy weight of cricket history suggests this will be extremely difficult,' says Steve Waugh.
Convincing yet close
Though the Aussies scored a decisive victory in the first Test, Steve Waugh says there had been times when his side was far from comfortable in the match.
Two and too good
Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne. Two of cricket's most outstanding bowlers. The pressure they built and then sustained was phenomenal, says Steve Waugh.
The Waugh has just begun...
The whitewash of Pakistan is history. The series against India, says Steve Waugh, is a whole new ball game, a different challenge...
Australian captain Steve Waugh singles out Sachin Tendulkar as the single most important figure in the upcoming Test series. And developing a plan to counter the batting sensation's unique talent is top on his priority list.