"I personally don't think any Australian side is vulnerable at home", Kohli told reporters at Adelaide Oval. Marcus Harris nearly caught it, with the ball barely crossing over the ropes and the umpire took some time to call it a six.
Despite a slew of false shots and beaten bats, Starc and Head somehow survived the final overs to give Australia hope of mustering a total on day three.
"I thought on this sort of wicket here in Adelaide, the extra bowling options would have been important for that variety in your attack", Warne said. As the debutant Marcus Harris acknowledged, this was the performance of a team still trying to work out how to do Test cricket.
Earlier, a disciplined bowling attack by Australia left India at 56/4 at lunch.
Batting after Kohli won the toss, the visitors crumbled in a disastrous morning session under a pace barrage before digging in later in the day with Pujara and Ravi Ashwin (25 off 76 balls) staging a fightback as the bowlers exhausted.
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He arrived at the crease with India 1-3 after two overs. The latter played some loose strokes at the start of his innings, but got some streaky boundaries off Mohammed Shami (0-51) to help the scoring rate move along. Meanwhile, Ravi Ashwin is continuing from one end.
Spin king Lyon had 2-51 and Hazlewood 2-28 with Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins claiming one wicket apiece. Shaun March threw his wicket away when he chase a wide, looping delivery and only succeeded in dragging it back onto the stumps in the first over after lunch.
But a superb delivery from Ashwin snared him at a vital time for India.
Khawaja was forced to play at it and seemed to glove it to the keeper.
Peter Handscomb and Head put on a resolute stand until the second break.
Nonetheless, Warne is eager to see what Handscomb has to offer after remodelling his batting technique following a string of poor performances in last season's Ashes and in South Africa. Marsh's eagerness to feel bat on ball has brought him a dire run of scores at precisely the moment Australia needed him most - he is most certainly yearning for success so badly that he is finding it impossible to relax in the manner that he does on his best days, playing the ball under the eyes and striking it with certainty. Together they faced 59 balls and put on 22 runs in a bid to keep the scoreboard ticking.
His last Twenty20 game was in 2014 and he has played just five one-day internationals, and none since February past year. The duo then added 41 runs for the sixth wicket as India crossed 100 in the 41st over, including five sixes surprisingly.