India were all out for 272 in the first innings, in reply to Australia's 604/7 declared, after Virat Kohli top scored with 116 on the third day of the fourth and the final cricket Test at the Adelaide Oval here Thursday
For Kohli it was his maiden Test ton. He became the first Indian on the current tour to get a century.
India fell 132 runs short of saving the follow-on but Australia decided against making the visitors bat again. Australia took a first innings lead of 332 runs.
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