Bad light and rain brought an early end to the third day's play in the fourth Test on Saturday with Australia struggling at 236 for 6, still 386 runs behind India's first innings score of 622 for 7 declared.
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Captain Virat Kohli declared an hour before stumps after Ravindra Jadeja was out for 81. Australia won the second test in Perth by 146 runs.
"We have to stick together". And to hold firm against an Indian attack that has picked all 20 wickets in each of the three Tests so far is an even more hard proposition. "The easy thing to do is to throw in the towel but we won't be doing that".
Shaun Marsh (8) edged Ravindra Jadeja to first slip in a tame dismissal that is nearly certain to cast yet more doubt on his Test prospects going forward, and Labuschagne's first innings at first drop ended three overs later when he clipped off his pads and Ajinkya Rahane took a classic catch at mid-wicket. It extended Australia's toil as their bowlers sent down 169.4 overs before Kohli cried halt following Jadeja's dismissal.
"What we have done in these first three Tests and the way that we have been able to play is something that is very special and something that will stay with us for life, " said the India skipper.
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"We haven't been at our best in the last two Tests but cricket's a amusing game".
Pant strolled to three figures off 137 balls, smacking a full delivery from Marnus Labuschagne to the rope, needing only 48 more balls to pass 150.
He survived a review decision for caught behind on 12, but otherwise gave a masterclass, brushing off two nasty hits to the shoulder.
"That sort of set the scene for Rishabh Pant to come in and show his skill".
The 30-year-old's centuries in Adelaide and Melbourne went a long way to giving India a 2-1 series lead and there was relief as well as admiration in the standing ovation he received from the crowd when he finally headed back to the Member's Stand.
The hosts had started the day with hopes of making major inroads into India's batting order but were largely frustrated, even if Lyon removed Hanuma Vihari for 42 to break the 101-partnership with Pujara.