In pics: India vs Australia, 2nd Test, day three

Cricketnext | | March 4, 2013, 1:23 pm
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Vijay, who has long been eyeing a regular berth in the Indian Test team, played second fiddle to Pujara during his knock of 167. (BCCI)

Vijay, who has long been eyeing a regular berth in the Indian Test team, played second fiddle to Pujara during his knock of 167. (BCCI)

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Pujara celebrates his second international double ton. The right-hander departed soon after the feat consuming 340 balls and hitting 30 fours and one six. (BCCI)

Pujara celebrates his second international double ton. The right-hander departed soon after the feat consuming 340 balls and hitting 30 fours and one six. (BCCI)

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Cheteshwar Pujara (204) and Murali Vijay (167) added 370 runs for the second wicket to put India in total control on day three against Australia. (BCCI)

Cheteshwar Pujara (204) and Murali Vijay (167) added 370 runs for the second wicket to put India in total control on day three against Australia. (BCCI)

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Glenn Maxwell, on his Test debut, was the pick of the Aussie bowlers with figures of 4 for 127 as India were bowled out for 503. (BCCI)

Glenn Maxwell, on his Test debut, was the pick of the Aussie bowlers with figures of 4 for 127 as India were bowled out for 503. (BCCI)

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James Pattinson was Australia's best bowler on day three as he tested the Indian batsmen a great deal. The fast bowler removed Pujara and Sachin Tendulkar (7) either side of lunch to give some hope to his team. (BCCI)

James Pattinson was Australia's best bowler on day three as he tested the Indian batsmen a great deal. The fast bowler removed Pujara and Sachin Tendulkar (7) either side of lunch to give some hope to his team. (BCCI)

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Phillip Hughes was bowled by R Ashwin for a duck. The Indian offie struck twice to reduce the Aussies to 72 for 2 at stumps, putting the hosts in total command. (BCCI)

Phillip Hughes was bowled by R Ashwin for a duck. The Indian offie struck twice to reduce the Aussies to 72 for 2 at stumps, putting the hosts in total command. (BCCI)