A video of pacer James Pattinson on Day Two of the first Test between India and Australia.

Pattinson speaks about Michael Clarke's innings of 130. He says that Clarke is in great form and continues to be so in 2013; it was captain's knock by  him.

He also says that it was good start by the Australian bowlers.

On Day Three, in the morning session, Clarke's valiant 130 took Australia to a competitive total when lunch was called. Ashwin finished with career-best figures of 7-103 while left arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja finished with 2-71.

Resuming the day at 316/7, overnight batsmen Clarke and Peter Siddle (19) added 45-runs in the first hour as Australia went past the 350-run mark.

The partnership was going strong but Clarke in his attempt to go for the big shots tried to hit out Jadeja, didn't get to the pitch of the ball and holed out to Bhuvneshwar Kumar at long-off.

Siddle was back in the pavilion in the next over as Harbahajan Singh finally got a wicket in his 100th Test with Virender Sehwag taking a easy catch in the slips.

Pattinson added valuable 15 runs but Ashwin wrapped up the tail picking up Nathan Lyon (8), caught by Virat Kohli at backward short-leg.