Australian all-rounder Cameron Green pulled off a stunning one-handed catch to dismiss the in-form Ajinkya Rahane at 89. After coming in at a score of 50-3, Rahane rescued the Indian innings with crucial partnerships with Ravindra Jadeja and Shardul Thakur.

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The Mumbai batter was looking towards a big century as he returned to bat in the second session of Day 2. Rahane played out the first over by without scoring a run before coming back on strike on the last delivery of the 62nd over. Facing Pat Cummins, Rahane was present a delivery outside off-stump which took the edge before Cameron Green held on to a one-handed screamer at gully.

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After Rahane's wicket, India was bundled out for 296 and then bowled incredibly well to restrict the Aussies to a score of 123-4 at the end of Day 3. Reacting to his injuries and Green's catch, Rahane said,  "Painful but quite manageable (blow to his finger). Don't think it'll affect batting. Happy with the way I batted. Had a good today. We were looking to get 320-330 but overall we had a good day. Bowling wise we bowled well. Everyone chipped in. That was a really good catch. We all know he's a really good fielder. Has a big reach."

"Australia slightly ahead in the game. For us it's important to be in the moment, play session by session. First one hour will be crucial tomorrow. We know funny things can happen. Jadeja bowled really well, footmarks helped him against the left-hander. Still feel wicket will help seam bowlers," he further added.