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IND VS ENG : India May Suffer Follow On Threat


After the third session, the Indian team looked strong, but then England's bowling Beans dismissed Pujara for 73 runs. In fact, Pujara pulled the ball from the short-leg fielder to the head of Rory Burns, playing on the mid-wicket. After that Washington came to bat. Pant Sundar handled the innings but when Pant was on 91 runs, then the catch went to Beans. After this, R Ashwin came to bat, who troubled the English bowlers, did not let the wicket fall.

In response to England's huge score of 578 runs, hosts India scored 154 for four in their first innings till tea on Sunday, on the third day of the first Test match released at MA Chidambaram Stadium here with the help of half-centuries from Cheteshwar Pujara Rishabh Pant. . India are now 424 runs behind England's score with six wickets remaining. At the time of tea, Pujara scored 53 runs with the help of seven fours off 111 balls. Pant is unbeaten on 44 balls with 54 fours with the help of four sixes. This is the 29th half-century of Pujara's Test career. At the same time, Pant scored his fifth consecutive half-century in his Test career so far. So far there has been a significant partnership of 81 runs for the fifth wicket between the two batsmen.

India lost the wicket of Rohit Sharma (6) Shubman Gill (29) before lunch. The hosts started to play after lunch by 59 runs for two wickets. Pujara's 20 runs by captain Virat Kohli extended his innings by four runs. After lunch, Kohli could not do anything special, after adding seven runs to his score, he was out on a personal score of 11. He faced 48 balls. Kohli was caught by Dom Bais in the hands of Oli Pope. Kohli could manage only 27 runs for the third wicket between Pujara. Ajinkya Rahane, who came to bat after Kohli's dismissal, also started walking by scoring just one run. Bais also made Rahane his victim and sent him to the pavilion after making a spectacular catch by Captain Joe Root.

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