Shock greets Indian fans as India lose its four top-order batsmen: Kohli, Rahane, Sharma and Dhoni.
After having Australia on the ropes, India’s pacers let the hosts escape by bowling bouncers injudiciously.
The Proteas’ Quinton de Kock and Faf du Plessis may not take to the field for the remainder of the Test.
Indian bowlers conceded 258 runs for the last four wickets and struggled to clean up the Aussie tail.
Smith has become the fifth Australian player to record a century in his maiden Test innings as skipper.
India again found it difficult to get rid of the tail quickly and allowed the Aussies to get a handsome lead of 97.
Steve Smith, the newly-appointed skipper, was humble about his own Test hundred on debut as captain.
The Pakistani selectors on Thursday included Ajmal in the country’s A squad.
In reply to Australia’s 505, India were 71/1 when the umpires called stumps! Interesting Day 4 on the cards.
Umesh Yadav bowled the fast ball of the match. However, Varun Aaron wasn’t too far behind.
Batsman Dhoni helps extend total past 400; Captain Dhoni marshals his attack to reduce Aus to 221/4.
The 27-year-old Van Zyl made a century on his Test debut, he made 101* off 130 deliveries.
India, resuming the day on 311 for four, could only add 97 runs to their first innings.
Rohit is yet to post a fifty in eight Test innings -his last half-century being 72 vs New Zealand at Auckland
Hazlewood, 23, became the 33rd Aussie to take a five-for on Test debut & 16th to do so in his debut innings.