Cheteshwar Pujara scored his 16th Test century as India ended day one of the first Test against Australia at 250-9. Virat Kohli's decision to bat first seemed to have backfired, but the high-quality batting from Pujara saved the day for the Indians at the Adelaide Oval.

Mohammad Shami will be joined by Jasprit Bumrah for the last wicket partnership when India resume batting on day two of the Adelaide Test on December 7, 2018, at 5:30 AM IST, 10:30 AM ACDT.

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After losing the toss, Australia came out all guns blazing as India lost KL Rahul, Murli Vijay and Virat Kohli really early. India was reeling at 19/3 when Ajinkya Rahane joined Pujara on the crease. Rahane didn't last long as at Lunch, India found themselves struggling at 56/4.

Rohit Sharma showed signs of aggressive batting, scoring 37 runs with three sixes.

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His attempt to loft Nathan Lyon over the leg-side saw him lose his wicket. Rishabh Pant looked good for a while and so did Ravi Ashwin as both the players contributed 25 runs to the total each.

Between all this chaos at one end, Pujara decided to bat as long as possible, much to the frustration of the Aussie attack.

Pujara frustrates the Aussies the entire day

Pujara batted really cautiously and ran hard between the wickets.

He got in partnerships with the tailenders and stretched India's total beyond 200. In the meantime, the man from Rajkot brought up his first Test ton in Australia. Once he got to his 100, Pujara tried to take the attack to the opposition and succeeded most of the times.

On the final ball of the day, as he tried to sneak a quick single, Cummins' throw at the stumps sent him back to the pavilion after a gritty knock of 123 runs. His knock inspired India to reach 250 for 9 at stumps on day one. Australia bowling attack had a good day as all the four main bowlers, Lyon, Starc, Hazlewood and Cummins picked up two wickets each. The fielding from the Aussies and Tim Paine's captaincy was the highlight of the day though.

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