Australia became the first time since 2010-11 to save a Test match in India after trailing in the first innings against India.

Peter Handscomb played 200 balls for his unbeaten 72 and Shaun Marsh played 197 for his half-century to help India draw the match.

Peter Handscomb, Shaun Marsh lead Aussie fightback
Peter Handscomb, Shaun Marsh lead Aussie fightback

Australia resumed the day at 23 for 2 and India managed to pick two wickets in the first session. But Marsh and Handscomb did not give away their wicket until the final half-hour of the day when Marsh was dismissed. The series remained tied at 1-1 with the final Test to be played in Dharamsala from March 24

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