India defeated Australia by 137 runs in the third cricket Test to take a 2-1 lead in the four-match series here on Sunday.
With the fourth Test starting on January 3, the Indians are now in with a chance to register their first ever series win on Australian soores.
India's bowling coach Bharat Arun on Saturday said Jasprit Bumrah's unconventional bowling action makes him one of the most difficult bowlers.
"What makes him (Bumrah) so special is because he is so unique (in his bowling action). Maybe the batsmen pick up his balls a little later than which they normally do from a clean action and that makes him so much more potent. Of course, for any fast bowler to be bowling 145 clicks and above consistently over a period of time, you need to generate a lot of speed from your arms," Arun said.
Australia: 151 & 261/8 (Pat Cummins 61 batting, Shaun Marsh 44, Usman Khawaja 33; Ravindra Jadeja 3/82, Jasprit Bumrah 2/53) vs
India: 443/7(d) & 106/8(d) (Mayank Agarwal 42, Rishabh Pant 33; Pat Cummins 6/27)
Wickets: 1-40 (GH Vihari, 18.5 ov), 2-123 (MA Agarwal, 54.5 ov), 3-293 (V Kohli, 122.5 ov), 4-299 (CA Pujara, 125.4 ov), 5-361 (AM Rahane, 148.6 ov), 6-437 (RR Pant, 168.5 ov), 7-443 (RA Jadeja, 169.4 ov) - IANS