Resuming the day at 4/0, Australia entered favourites and gave India an early blow as Rohit Sharma got out after scoring just seven.
Australia’s former cricket Shane Warne took a dig at the captain Tim Paine for his tactics against Pujara.
Both add 123 runs for the seventh wicket to reduce the deficit on the third day
Indian rookie bowling attack restricts Australia to 369; rain washes out final session
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For Vihari, it was one of the monumental innings. He survived 161 balls for just 23 runs and Ashwin, who had treatment on his ribs, making 39.
The 32-year-old reached the milestone on the final day of the third Test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG).
Chasing a mammoth target of 407, India reached 334/5 after batting for 131 overs before both the teams decided to shake hands on the final day of the Test match.
India will need to bat 90 plus overs on the final day of the third Test and score another 309 runs with Pujara and Rahane aiming to save the match by batting out the whole day
Australia dismiss set openers after setting 407-run target; Visitors end day at 98//2 with Pujara and Rahane at crease
The ongoing test match in Sydney between India and Australia saw one such incident when Indian players Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Siraj were abused by some of the Australian supporters.
Pujara’s slowest Test half-century, run-outs and injuries push tourists to the edge
Pujara has been criticised for his ultra-defensive approach in the series so far and instead of propping up his team's response to Australia's first innings total of 338 all out
Pujara scored 50 off 176 balls as his slow batting helped Australia gain complete control of the third Test with an overall lead of 197 runs
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