"It's about us as a squad delivering over five games and on this occasion Sam is unfortunate to miss out", Root was quoted as saying by England Cricket Board (ECB). Athletic work from the Indian keeper.
When Indian skipper edged the good one to Stokes, he was standing at 97 appearing 152 balls, opening up the tail in front of English pacers. You can also follow our live blog for ball-by-ball updates and analysis on cricketnext.com. This is only the second time in Kohli's career that he has been dismissed in the 90's. He would feel more dejected because Rashid was the weakest link in the England attack leaking runs with rank long hops.
Stuart Broad strikes again.
Rahane's 131-ball knock had 12 boundaries but more importantly, he seemed to have found his rhythm while batting. Rahane and Kohli cashed in.
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"We started shaky, I don't know, maybe we didn't know what to do, but we picked ourselves up and got going", Iwobi said. We lost a bit of the positioning on the pitch in the second half, and were working very deep".
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But for his fine performance at Lord's, where he took four wickets and posted a maiden Test century, it might have been Woakes who was left out for this match. For Kohli, who has been troubled by back problem, was in his zone as he ran a lot of singles and twos. It was slightly slow but after lunch I felt it was really good to bat on.
Prior to reaching the UK, India had a glorious opportunity to defeat two heavyweights in England and Australia in consecutive away Test series.
There was little resistance from the lower order on Sunday, with India losing their last four wickets for 22 runs in 19 balls. India were 307 for the loss of six wickets at stumps on Day 1.
BOWLED! Stuart Broad gets the first wicket of the Day 2 after Rishabh Pant chops it back onto the stumps.
James Anderson now has 100 Test wickets against India following his late dismissal of Hardik PandyaAnd finally. After bowling an inswinger, Anderson bowled his traditional outswinger as Pandya pushed hard at the delivery. Jasprit Bumrah shared the new ball in his comeback match, having been preferred to Ishant Sharma who has such a superlative record against Alastair Cook. Anderson and Broad bowled a tad short and the ball didn't swing much in the first hour of play as India were well placed at 43-0. DROPPED! Pujara drops an absolute sitter at first slip.