Stonewalling: Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane added 87 runs for the fourth wicket as India's lead on day four of the first Test swelled over 300.
Lyon roars: Nathan Lyon's six-for skittled India's lower order in the first session of day four. The off-spinner now has six five-fors against India, second only to former Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan with seven.
Aaron Finch was caught by wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant, or was he? Finch was undone by Ashwin's turn and bounce before the ball lobbed off the pad to the Indian keeper. The Aussie opener didn't review the decision, however the replays didn't conclusively prove that there was glove involved!
Gotcha! Mohammed Shami, alongwith Ravichandran Ashwin, ran through Australia's top-order to put India in pole position.
Rearguard: Travis Head and Shaun Marsh stitched together a stodgy partnership at the fag end of day's play to thwart further damage to Australia's chances.
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