After a remarkable opening day, India on Friday look to dominate England on Day 2 of the fourth Test at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton
Here are the highlights from Day 2:
# Day 2 Stumps: England 246, 6/0 after four overs. England trail by 21 runs.
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# Keaton Jennings and Alastair Cook in to open for England.
# England's second innings starts.
# Innings Break
# End of India's innings.
# India 273/10 after 84.5 overs. India lead by 27 runs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# WICKET!! Bumrah dispersed by Broad. India all out at 273. Pujara scored 132 runs off 257 balls.
# Pujara completely revives the Indian side. He secured two boundaries back to back on Broad's deliveries and his partnership with Bumrah is nearing half century.
# India finally take a lead. Brilliant performance by Pujara as he lead the team out of ruins.
# India 251-9 after 78 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# England asks for a review before Pujara completed his century. The original decision of not out was retained and Pujara completed his century off 210 balls. This is Pujara's 15th Test century. India still trail by 14 runs.
# WICKET!! Ishant Sharma sent off by Moeen Ali. Though Sharma tried his luck and even secured a boundary but fell prey to Ali's delivery. This was Ali's fifth wicket in the innings. Jasprit Bumrah is in at eleven.
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# India 227/9 after 71 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Pujara keeping his game strong. Finds gap for a boundary as well. Pujara nearing his century for the innings while India trail by 24 runs after 70 overs.
# Pujara wants to keep his game steady but the pressure on the Indian side has still no lowered. Ishant trying his luck and keeping everything possible to be on the field.
# India 207/8 after 65 overs. India trail by 39 runs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Constant pressure over India and the game has changed completely in favour of England courtesy Moeen Ali. India trail by 51 runs after 62 overs.
Ishant blocks out the hat-trick ball! https://t.co/0JNGK6msYC
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# India 195/8 after 61 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Ishant Sharma is in at ten.
# WICKET!! Shami sent off by Moeen. Fourth wicket for Moeen Ali who will now be on his hat-trick.
# Mohammed Shami is in at nine.
# WICKET!! Ashwin goes with one run. Third wicket for Moeen Ali. The ball hits the stumps and evident pressure building on the Indian team now.
# India 191/6 after 59 overs. Click here to check the detailed scorecard.
# WICKET!! Pandya sent off early by Moeen Ali. Second wicket for Moeen just after the team returned from the tea break. Pandya had flicked it in the air outside off. The ball was caught by Root. Ravichandran Ashwin comes in at eight.
# Hardik Pandya is in at seven.
# With Pant's wicket, the teams break for tea. India trail by 65 runs.
# India 181/5 after 56.3 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# WICKET!! Rishabh Pant sent off by Moeen Ali in the over before breaking for Tea. India lose their 5th wicket and Pant returns without scoring a run.
# Pant remains without a run after 24 balls. India is currently trailing by 67 runs after 55 overs. Pujara is moving steadily with his performance.
# India 179/4 after 55 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# India's pace slows down after the fall of fourth wicket. India's current run rate stands at 3.32 runs per over after 50 overs.
# India 161/4 after 47 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Rishabh Pant is in at six.
# WICKET!! Rahane goes at Stokes' delivery. Rahane went for a review and Stokes' foot can be seen being over the line. India lose another wicket and review. Rahane lbw by Stokes. Rahane goes at 11 runs off 14 balls.
# India 156/3 after 45 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Rahane is seen getting comfortable after skipper Kohli's departure. England pacers Ben Stokes and Sam Curran are trying with bouncers and off-edge deliveries.
# Pujara completes half-century.
# India 143/3 after 41.2 overs. Click here to check the detailed scorecard.
# Ajinkya Rahane is in at five.
# WICKET!! Major upset for India as Kohli goes just before his half-century. Sam Curran finally gets what he had been trying for. The outer edge delivery was misjudged by Virat Kohli. Pujara now stands on the verge of completing half-century.
# Kohli clearly looking forward to take his partnership with Pujara ahead. The Pujara-Kohli duo trying to maintain slow pressure over England and taking the score forward.
# Broad and Moeen Ali trying their luck against Indian batsmen. Kohli and Pujara can be seen making the fielders run after the ball. Pujara is scoring boundary whenever possible with his strik rate coming up to 46 from 10. Kohli's strike rate hangs at 58.33
# India 114/2 after 35 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# The match resumes after lunch. Virat Kohli is looking confident with his bat and Pujara also seem to have gained a new energy.
# India trails by 146 runs at Lunch break.
That's Lunch on Day 2 of the 4th Test.
— BCCI (@BCCI) August 31, 2018
# India 100/2 after 31 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Kohli-Pujara completes 50 runs partnership before lunch break.
# England changes their bowling. Keaton Jennings replaces Sam Curran and Adil Rashid comes in place of James Anderson.
# Kohli stays firm with securing boundaries from time to time, constantly finding gaps for more runs and looking in good form.
# India 91/2 after 26 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
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# Virat Kohli completes 6000 Test runs.
# Pujara looking in good form as he strikes two fours. Kohli is trying to feel confident, strikes a boundary too. Sam Curran bowled two maiden overs.
# India 50/2 after 18 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Virat Kohli is in at four.
# WICKET!! Dhawan goes back. Broad's delivery and caught by Buttler. While Dhawan had been maintaining his strike rate at around 50, Pujara was still with the strike rate of 10 with 3 runs off 30 balls after 18 overs.
# India has given two maiden overs till now. Dhawan has been playing forward/attacking while remaining defensive when needed. England claim Dhawan of being catch out and ask review for the same. However, Dhawan was saved by the off-edge ball which did not touch the bat.
# India 46/1 after 14 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Dhawan makes space for a four in between while England pacers Anderson and Broad push to take a wicket. Sam Curren comes in for Anderson to try his luck.
# Dhawan and Pujara will have to look for a strong partnership as India trails by 204 runs after 11 overs.
# India 39/1 after 10 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Cheteshwar Pujara is in at number three.
# WICKET!! KL Rahul's early departure by Stuart Broad. India also lose their review as Rahul bowled out LBW by Broad.
# Brief Score:
India trail by 227 runs
India 1st innings: 19/0 (Shikhar Dhawan* 3, KL Rahul 11)
England 1st innings: 246/10 (Sam Curran 78, Moeen Ali 40/ Jasprit Bumrah 3/46)
Indian seamers produced a stunning spell to restrict England to 246 runs in their first innings. The pace attack led by Jasprit Bumrah, who had missed the first two Tests, to put India in a comfortable position at stumps on Day 1.
Openers Shikhar Dhawan (3) and KL Rahul (11) will look to bid their time in the middle in the first session on Day 2.
Jasprit Bumrah got India off to a great start after trapping Keaton Jennings plumb on the front for a duck. Ishant Sharma soon struck gold as he dismissed England captain Joe Root for 4 runs. Bumrah got the better of Jonny Bairstow (6) and Hardik Pandya sent opener Alastair Cook (17) back to the pavilion, reducing England to 36/4 after 17 overs.
Just when England looked like settling in, after a small 33-run partnership between Ben Stokes (23) and Jos Buttler (21), Mohammed outwitted Buttler and Stokes to have England reeling at 86/6.
A resilient Sam Curran, who was benched in the third Test, scored his second Test half-century to save England from humiliation on Day 1. Curran hit 78 off 136 balls and shared an 81-run partnership with comeback man Moeen Ali to lift England to 246 runs.