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But despite the loss of Mayank Agarwal soon after the break, Rishabh Pant rose to the challenge – just as all 20 India players to represent their country in the four-Test Vodafone Series have done since they were humbled for 36 in the first match – to lead the triumphant charge with an unbeaten 89 from 138 deliveries.
After rookie Shubman Gill and veteran Cheteshwar Pujara had blunted Australia’s attack in the first half of an epic day, Pant delivered the knockout punches in a partnership with debutant Washington Sundar that yielded 53 runs from just 55 balls.