6 records and milestones Rishabh Pant has already achieved

Playing with a proper batsman helped: Pant

Playing with a proper batsman helped: Pant

Other fans soon picked up on the chant and it was heard booming all round the stadium while Pant continued to mercilessly attack the Australian bowlers.

Adding to Australia's woes, Jadeja shared in a record 204-run seventh wicket stand with Rishabh Pant (159 not out), as India posted a mammoth first innings total of 7-622 December.

Talking about Pant, he went to be the first Indian wicket-keeper batsman to have scored a century on the Australian soil. His innings consisted of fifteen fours and four sixes.

That boundary also brought up the century partnership with Vihari but Australia soon had the breakthrough they had hoped would come a little earlier. Australia took their third new ball of the innings and Nathan Lyon (4-178) bowled Jadeja in the 168th over in search of his hundred. However, Pant couldn't have gifted any better than this to his mother, who is celebrating her birthday.

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This was after Pujara was dismissed for a mammoth 193 runs, facing 373 balls and hitting 22 fours as India were placed at 491-6 at tea.

India have never lost a test match when Kohli has won the toss - winning 18 and drawing three - but more importantly the tourists had the opportunity to bat the Australians out of the game as they did in Melbourne. He smashed a brilliant hundred against England in challenging conditions. Pujara took his fifth-wicket partnership with Hanuma Vihari (42) to 101 runs.

Left-armer Starc has come under some criticism for his bowling in this series but there was nothing wrong with the angled bouncer that accounted for Rahane, who also gloved behind to Paine.

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