In the second innings of the Indore Test against Australia on March 3, Ravichandran Ashwin gave India an outstanding start.
Usman Khawaja was struck out by the seasoned off-spinner on his very first pitch of the innings.
Nevertheless, as far as wickets went, it was all India could muster. Australia has a chance to even the series going into the final Test after easily defeating the hosts by nine wickets in Indore.
Unless a miracle occurred on Day 3, a target of 76 runs wasn't going to present them with much of a problem.
When the ball was switched in the eleventh over of the chase, it was an intriguing moment that appeared to give Australia the advantage.
Ashwin asked the umpire to replace the ball, and the officials complied by bringing in a rather new ball from their stock.
Travis Head suddenly appeared to recognize that the modified ball wasn't accomplishing anything, so he went on the attack and scored goals relatively effortlessly.
It helped the visitors when Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja both abruptly started to bowl more heavily.