The fourth Test at Dharamsala is evenly poised with India taking 32-run lead. Ravindra Jadeja top-scored for India with 63. Also, Cheteshwar Pujara played a vital innings of 57 at No 3, stitching up 87-run partnership for the second wicket with KL Rahul (60).
During his knock of 57 in the first innings, Cheteshwar Pujara become the second highest run-getter in a Test season. He reached 1316 runs @ 65.80 with 4 tons in 22 innings.
Ricky Ponting of Australia tops the list with 1483 runs @ 78.05 with 8 tons in 23 innings in 2005/06 season.