Test world no. 3 Steve Smith returned to form with a bang, scoring a scintillating ton in the third Test against India in Sydney on Friday Returning to form after a series of low scores, Smith got to the three-figure mark with the help of 13 boundaries Smith got to his ton off the final ball of the 98th over, which he followed by raising his bat in the air and it was followed by resounding applause from the dressing room and the limited fans in the stadium.Smith got to his 27th Test ton off 201 balls in the second session on Day 2 of the Pink Test Smith was under-fire after scoring 1, 1*, 0 and 8 in the four innings of the first two Tests in Melbourne and AdelaideResuming on his overnight score of 31 not out, Smith showed patience and class in the morning session. Even though wickets kept tumbling at the other end, Smith, on Day 2, stayed calm providing much-needed resilience for the hosts.Earlier, resuming on 166/2, Australia lost 3 wickets in the morning session on Day 2 with India bowlers hitting back hard. Marnus Labuschagne (91), Matthew Wade (13) and Cameron Green (0) were the three wickets to fall in the session.In the second session, India got the remaining 5 wickets, restricting Australia to 338 in their first innings. Smith ended with the top score of 131.