Perth: If Indian pacers looked lifeless in the opening session of the 3rd Test here, they came back with a vengeance in the post-lunch session to wreck Australia's otherwise solid batting card, powered by David Warner's 180. Australia eventually folded on 369, losing seven for 79.
Ishant Sharma triggered the fall when he finally got Indians to see the back of Warner. A slightly slower delivery found the lower end of the bat and Warner's shot fell into the hands of a waiting Umesh Yadav at long on. Warner had played his part although he had been dropped once in the slips by Virat Kohli off Zaheer Khan's bowling.
It was Umesh Yadav from here who became the main architect of the collapse. He had already claimed Ed Cowan (74) in the opening session of play and returned to bowl Ricky Ponting (7) out.