It was a big breakthrough for Kohli's men, with their last triumph on Australian soil at the WACA Ground in Perth in 2008
The Indian camp still see him as an unlikely starter for the second Test in Perth starting on Friday
The last Test India won in Australia was at the WACA Ground in Perth in 2008, and the last one in Adelaide was in 2003.
At stumps Australia were 104/4, needing another 219 for an unlikely victory with their fate resting on the shoulders of Shaun Marsh and Travis Head
At stumps, the visitors were 151-3, adding to their first innings total of 250.
Tendulkar had tweeted that "the defensive mindset by the Australian batsmen at home is something I've not seen before in my experience"
Roberts said he hoped to convince India of the merits of a day-night Adelaide Test on their next tour of Australia in 2020/21
Head kept his cool in to remain 61 not out at stumps on day two, with Mitchell Starc alongside him, unbeaten on eight.
Pujara, who crossed 5,000 Test runs on his way to a patient 123, credited a stint at Yorkshire earlier this year for his preparation
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