After toiling on a hot Sydney day, Australia were rewarded with the wickets of KL Rahul, Agarwal, Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane, but despite a five-pronged attack the key scalp of Pujara remained elusive.
Cheteshwar Pujara scored his third century of the ongoing Border-Gavaskar series as India reached a position of strength in the fourth and final Test against Australia in Sydney on Thursday. "Show some respect." Kohli has been on the receiving end of the Australian fans in all the three Tests and Ponting and Australian batsman Travis Head had expressed their disappointment.
However, India's "Mr. Dependable" was back in his touch during the Boxing Day Test as he recorded his series' second century in front of the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) crowd.
Keeping Pujuara company for most of the first half of the day was Test rookie Mayank Agarwal. It is the first time the 30-year-old has scored three hundreds in a series.
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Legendary paceman Glenn McGrath has compared current Australia spinner Nathan Lyon to his former team-mate and leg-spin king Shane Warne.
He brought up the 100 partnership with Pujara, of which the latter contributed just 25, with a straight six.
Pujara then looked set to combine with Virat Kohli for another big partnership until Hazelwood had the Indian captain caught behind for 23 runs. Watchful in the morning session, Agarwal opened up after lunch and raced to 77, surpassing his previous best of 76 on debut in Melbourne, before trying one big shot too many off Lyon (1-88) to hole out to Mitchell Starc at long on.
Shaw had to return home after suffering an ankle injury while trying to complete a catch on the boundary during India's four-day match prior to the Test series.