The Indian spinner reflected on those achievements and spoke about what's next to select media on Sunday. Excerpts
At one point, a man in the crowd was heard yelling, "Siraj, give us a wave, give us a wave, give us a wave. Siraj, you bloody grub."
The allegations of racist abuse hurled by spectators at Sydney against Indian players Mohammed Siraj and Jasprit Bumrah highlighted a darker side to the game which hasn't been weeded out.
It has been learnt that Vihari was taken for scans after the match got over and the reports are expected by late evening in Sydney or Tuesday morning.
Ashwin, who has been in scintillating form with the ball in the ongoing series, went on to show grit and fight with the bat as he batted for 128 balls and along with Vihari denied Australia a win.
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Paine, who was batting at that time, was asked about the incidents that marred the Test during the post-match press conference.
Rahane said the team is upset with the crowd behaviour.
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Hanuma Vihari and Ashwin stood ground and managed to do just that as they eked out a draw in what was nothing short of an action-packed fifth day at the SCG.
Paine praised the efforts of debutant Will Pucovski and fellow rookie Cameron Green.
Pant came ahead of Hanuma Vihari at number five, a move that was made keeping the left-right combination in mind, said Rahane.
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Unable to take wickets, Australia skipper Paine was trying his best to distract Ashwin and he was caught on stump mic as saying: "Can't wait for you to reach Gabba, Ash."
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Thanks to the slowish nature of the surface and the way they batted in the last session, the visitors will back themselves to deny the hosts a win.
Siraj was seen walking from his position in the deep and talking to the square leg umpire before the straight umpire and other senior players joined the discussion.
It was not immediately clear what had been said, but six men were seen being removed from their seats and CA said a number of spectators had been interviewed by police.
Harbhajan's remarks came as the Indian team on Saturday lodged an official complaint after the crowd at the SCG racially abused Bumrah and Siraj over the second and third day of the ongoing Pink Test.