Virat Kohli booed by Australian fans; Head, Ponting critical of crowd behaviour

Indian skipper Virat Kohli spotted with having some dance moves on day 3 of the ongoing first Test of the Border-Gavaskar trophy in Adelaide Oval.

"I think it is slightly in our favour because the late wicket (Kohli) was a good thing for them".

Bumrah remains confident that India will take a substantial lead on Sunday, however he emphasized that the first session will be vital for both the sides. "If we capitalize on that, that will leave us in a very good place in this match", the Gujarat pacer said.

Langer told his players not to let the sledge get under their skin, and said it was a different era when Tendulkar played against Australia, who then boosted a far more experienced line-up.

"I thought they bowled really well - the run rate's only two and a bit, so I thought they bowled really well". I thought Ashwin bowled really well, mixed up his pace a lot, bowled a few different variations with side spin and over spin. I try and keep an eye on the opposition as well, what is working for them, maybe try and learn from them. "But I love seeing the passion", said Langer.

Before embarking on his maiden Test tour in Australia (he has earlier played T20 Internationals in 2016), Bumrah watched old Test match footages. The offspinner took three wickets - all of them left-handed batsmen - while keeping one end tight during a 22-over spell.

He was all praise for Pujara's patience which became the key in India being at an advantageous position. He knows his game in and out, and he knows his strengths. He knows how to leave the ball well. "As long as we are doing well, we are happy", he said. He is playing with the bowlers' patience as well. The last couple of years have been tough with the pink ball wicket and it's similar now with a lot more grass on it. The hosts managed to score only 235 runs in their first innings with the guidance of Tim Paine's knock after a great display of bowling by Indian bowlers.

Asked if Australia's intent was to attack the Indian bowling at all, he said, "You want to attack all the time but sometimes it's not that easy". The Aussie off-spinner has now dismissed Virat Kohli six times, the most by any bowler. It's the first innings of a four Test match series so and they're the number one ranked Test team in the world but I'm definitely not going to get caught up in this we were too slow, we weren't attacking enough because we saw with some fantastic Indians the same thing happened. If they want to, they can do whatever they want.

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