Chennai: After being hammered around the park on Sunday, Australian wicket-keeper Matthew Wade on Sunday said that Indian batsmen showed them how to bat on such a pitch which is deteriorating fast but still has lot of runs in it.
India scored 333 runs on day three of the first Test with skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni scoring a majestic double century and young Virat Kohli a patient century.
"Dhoni played brilliantly and it was unbelievable. Most of the younger players are in the sub-continent for the first time and we can learn a lot from the way the Indian batsmen played today. It is a learning curve," Wade told reporters after day's play.