India bounces back as Rohit hits century. India lead by 171 runs at the end of day 3. A terrific comeback in the second innings by India.
The match is resumed as Anderson bowls to Rohit. Indian fans witness a great partnership between Rahul and Rohit till 33.6 overs when Anderson gets Rahul caught by Baristow. The field umpire does not raise his finger and England reviews. The ultra edge favours England and Rahul departs with 46 runs from 101 balls including 6 fours and a six. He just missed his fifty.
Cheteshwar Pujara enters the crease. He builds up a partnership with Rohit and at 46.3 overs Rohit gets to fifty with a double. The game continues with India at 120-1. The partnership continues to 63.5 overs when Rohit got his century with a six.
At 71.2 overs Pujara gets to fifty. A good day for India.
Robinson finally gets to Rohit at 80.1 overs when he gets Rohit caught by Woakes. The new ball gets England back in the game. Rohit goes for 127 from 256 balls including 4 fours and 1 six. He fails to execute an instinctive pull shot.
The skipper Kohli arrives at the crease. Robinson continues bowling. He gets Pujara as well within the over, in the last ball. Pujara is caught by Moeen Ali at 80.6 overs in Robinson’s ball. Pujara goes with 61 runs from 127 balls including 9 fours.
Robinson manages to take two wickets in the first over with a new ball. Ravindra Jadeja is at the crease next. Kohli and Jadeja take the game forward until the day stumps at 92 overs with India at 270-3 from 92 overs.
India bounces back as Rohit hits century and Pujara gets a half century. Rahul misses the 50 mark by just a mere four runs when Baristow catches him. Commendable performance by team India. A terrific comeback after two bad days.