Day two review: Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma ensured India stayed in charge of the third Test after Mayank Agarwal set a good platform on the first day. Pujara scored his 17th Test ton and second of the series. Kohli fell for 82, while Rohit remained unbeaten on 63 when India declared on 443 for 7. Australia's openers Aaron Finch and Marcus Harris saw through the six overs and ended on 8 for no loss at stumps.
India batted for close to 170 overs through the first two days, and were not in a hurry to score. Ricky Ponting wondered if their slow batting would cost them the game, but Pujara felt the pitch did not allow quick scoring. The pitch has been rather lifeless so far, but there was the odd instance of uneven bounce which India will hope to exploit.
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