KL Rahul and Virat Kohli scored centuries as India hit back on day three of the fourth and final Test against Australia in Sydney to close on 342 for five replying to Australia's 572 for seven declared.
Often it is said that a batsman in form during a lengthy series is the most dangerous aspect of cricket. He can just carry on throughout and get an amazing run under his belt, certainly if the opposition is kind.
When he celebrates after taking a catch, behind the stumps, flinging the ball high, and jumping up in joy, commentators get excited; excited that they got a glimpse of the excited Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
The fifth day of the third Test between Australia and India was set up to be a dramatic one. Rain however played spoilsport in the first session and delayed the declaration. It only came at lunch time as the hosts finished their second innings at 318 for nine at lunch and set India a target of 384 runs. The visitors finished at 174 for six with Dhoni himself holding fort at stumps.