The injury-ravaged Indian team has shown great resilience and grit throughout the current tour of Australia.
On Monday, Siraj returned with figures of 5/73 in just his third Test as India bundled out Australia for 294 in their second innings in the fourth Test of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
Pant was heard singing Spiderman theme song during the Day 4 of fourth Test in Brisbane on Monday.
Playing in his maiden Test series, Siraj grabbed 5 for 73 in the Australian second innings on Monday.
Steve Smith reckons that with the Gabba track starting to play a few tricks, staying patient would be imperative for his team's bowlers when they defend an imposing 328 against a determined India.
India will need 324 runs more, with all their wickets intact, when they come out to bat on Tuesday to win the fourth and final Test against Australia at The Gabba.
Siraj and Thakur combined to share nine wickets while dismissing Australia for 294 in their second innings.
The pacer took his first five-wicket haul of his Test career on Day 4 of the Brisbane Test against Australia.
Rohit appears to imitate Steve Smith on the crease after the star Aussie batsman stirred controversy by allegedly scuffing off Rishabh Pant's crease while shadow batting in Sydney Test.
The debutant off-spinner removed Warner two runs short of his fifty as India picked four wickets in quick succession to exert pressure on Australia; Brett Lee blames the third umpire for making a poor call.
Shardul took three wickets with the ball in Australia's first innings and then top-scored for India with a 67 as he got involved with Washington Sundar (62) in a fine rear-guard fightback to keep India in contention.
Sundar scored 62 off 144 balls and shared a 123-run seventh wicket partnership with Shardul Thakur, who made 67 on the third day of the fourth Test between India and Australia at The Gabba.
Sundar is playing his first first-class game since November 2017 and was roped in as a replacement for Ravindra Jadeja who injured his thumb during the SCG game and was eventually ruled out
Batting at number eight, Thakur (67) impressed with his stroke-play, his drives coming straight out of coaching manuals.
India got bowled out for 336 in reply to Australia's first innings score of 369, thus conceding a small 33-run lead on Day Three of the Test match.
Test rookies Shardul Thakur and Washington Sundar combined for a rearguard century stand that frustrated Australia’s vaunted bowling attack.
Shardul Thakur, who scored a 115-ball 67, smashed nine boundaries and two sixes on his Test debut in a 123-run partnership with fellow debutant Washington Sundar on Day 3 of fourth Test in Brisbane.
With Oz feeling comfortable with their impresssive bowling show, which reduced India to 186/6 on Day 3, the debutant duo put on a 123-run stand for the seventh wicket to take the visitors just 33 runs short of Australia's 369.
Shardul Thakur brought back India in fourth Test with 123-run partnership with fellow debutant Washington Sundar on Day 3 of fourth Test in Brisbane.