In the 106th over of India’s first innings the umpire rejected an appeal against Harbhajan. It was the first ball faced by Harbhajan and Wade was found exchanging words with the batsman. However Wade said there was no spat.
After being hammered around the park on Sunday, Australian wicket-keeper Matthew Wade said Indian batsmen showed them how to bat on such a pitch which is deteriorating fast but still has lot of runs in it.
India scored 333 runs on day three of the first Test with skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni scoring a majestic double century and young Virat Kohli a patient century.