India came into the Test with its confidence sky high after the win at Kolkata.
Steve Waugh was looking to conquer the final frontier and it was just Harbhajan Singh standing between Australia and its goal.
Australia continued to struggle against the off-spinner in the first innings and was all out for 391 runs with Harbhajan taking seven wickets after Hayden had scored his first double hundred.
India then took a healthy lead of 110 runs and the match was in the balance on the fourth day. But Harbhajan had other ideas as he spun a web around the Aussies, who were finding it difficult to pick his deliveries that climbed chest high on a Chepauk pitch offering turn and bounce.
Harbhajan pounced on the opportunity and took a career best 8/84 to leave India to chase a target of 155 runs to win the series. He eventually scored the winning runs as well.