India vs England: Watch how a dog forced players to take early Tea break at Vizag Test
The dog forced teams to take a pre-mature Tea break as security officials couldn't get rid of the friendly animal.
New Delhi: Despite losing KL Rahul and Murali Vijay early on Day 1, Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara revived India's innings and ended the day with 317/4 on board.
Kohli and Pujara's centuries were central in India's dominant display with the bat in Vizag.
On stroke of the Tea break, India were 210 for 2 when an unexpected guest landed on the field and disrupted the play.
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Kohli and Pujara were racing towards respective tons when the play was unexpectedly halted.
The surprise guest on the field was none other than a friendly dog who was roaming around teasing every player and indeed the spectators.
The security officials tried their best to shoo away the visitor so that play could resume but the dog was in no mood to depart that easily.
The incident forced teams to take TEA break before scheduled time, with Stuart broad resuming post-lunch session with 4 pending deliveries from second session.
Skipper Virat Kohli and Ravichandran Ashwin will begin second day's play in Visakhapatnam on Friday.