Indian fans would not have regretted waking up early for the third day's play of penultimate Test match against Australia. The Indian pacers ran through the Australian batting line up and skittled them on just 151 in the first innings.
For India, the man with the sharpest sword was Jasprit Bumrah. It was a massacre by Bumrah which caused chaos in the Australian camp.
The young Indian fast bowler returned with a career-best Test figure of 6/33, which gave India a massive 292-run first innings lead.
The best of a lot was the slower ball to Shaun Marsh which completely deceived the Australian batter a ball before the lunch on day three. It was a pure class by Bumrah.
The pacer delivered a slower ball which dipped into the batsman at a speed of 111 kmph after bowling at 140 kmph or more constantly.
The match saw fell of 15 wickets on day 3. The pitch was called batting friendly on first two days, but it changed completely on day 3. The pitch, though, did only little bit except for the inconsistent bounce, and it was bowlers who produced wickets with help of some poor shots from batsmen.