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Australia's fastest 1,000 khali
India is heading for big lead in Adelaide Oval by playing in Pujara's bat India is going ahead with a big lead in Adelaide Test India started the second innings with 15 runs on day 3 Until the report was written, their score was 3 wickets at 151. India got 166 runs in hand with 7 wickets in hand India's first innings centurion Cheteshwar Pujara (40 *) and Ajinkya Rahane (1 *) are on the wicket. Kohli and Pujara added a patient partnership of 71 runs for the third wicket in 197 balls. India captain Kohli was dismissed by Nathan Lyon for 34 runs. Australia were bowled out for 235 in the morning on the third day, Australia's first innings. It was a good start with India's two openers, Lokesh Rahul and Murali Vijay. The victory was broken by Mitchell Starc, who scored 63 runs in the 63rd over. After a while, Rahul picked up (44) Josh Hazlewood. Then Kohli and Pujara tied the third wicket pair. Kohli made a great record on the way ahead of India's lead. In the sub-continent batsmen, the lowest innings in Test cricket, Kohli's record of one thousand runs in Australian soil is now record. Kohli made the milestone in his 18th innings on Australian soil. Earlier, the record was VVS Laxman. The former batsman scored 1,000 runs in the 19th innings. This milestone was seen in Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag in the 22nd innings. Interestingly, Kohli, who played the lowest innings on Australian soil, has also shared a record of one thousand runs in the match. Coming into the 18th innings as Indian captain, this milestone was created by why England's Barrington He played 10 Test matches in Australia. Kohli is playing 9th Test at this level. With the wicket of wicket, it is normal to go to the top of India's lead. In that case, in the fourth innings, the goal will be against Australia, against Australia. In the last 100 years, in the fourth innings of the Adelaide Oval, Australia never wins to chase two hundred targets in the fourth innings. To overcome this goal 14 times so far, Australia lost 6 times and scored 8 times.