India vs Australia 1st Test Day 4 Live Streaming, Ind vs Aus 2013
Offspinner Nathan Lyon took a hammering as Australia finally bowled India out for 572 early on day four of the first Test on Monday.
MS Dhoni made a brutal 224, the skipper's big-hitting display which included 24 fours and six sixes giving the home side a first-innings lead of 192 in Chennai with 74 overs remaining in the day.
Paceman James Pattinson took 5-96 but the fallout from the first innings will focus mainly on the performance of Lyon who finished with the unflattering figures of 3-215 from 47 overs.
Lyon conceded the equal-second highest tally in an innings for an Australia bowler in Test history.
Adding to Australia's woes, opener David Warner was rested from the start of Australia's second innings because of gastro as Shane Watson opened with Ed Cowan.
Dhoni resumed on Monday's fourth day of play on 206 with an aggressive mindset, jumping down the pitch and lifting a delivery from Lyon over the sightscreen in the third over of the day.
But Pattinson extracted some bounce from the spin-friendly pitch three overs later and Dhoni was caught behind attempting a hook shot, ending a six-hour stay of cross-bat slogs and captivating lofted drives.
Dhoni's partnership of 140 with debutant tailender Bhuvehswar Kumar is the first century stand for India against Australia for the ninth wicket.
Kumar was last man out for 38 to pace bowler Peter Siddle (1-66) while fellow frontline quick Mitchell Starc was wicket-less from 25 overs.
Dhoni had shared a 128-run stand for the fifth wicket with Virat Kohli (107) after Australia had been in a strong position with India 4-196 when Tendulkar was bowled by Lyon for 81.