India Vs England, 3rd Test, Day 2 at Mohali: As It Happened

Cricketnext Staff | Updated: November 27, 2016, 5:26 PM IST

England in India, 5 Test Series, 2016 3rd Test, Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali 26 November, 2016

Toss won by England (decided to bat)

India beat England by 8 wickets

Man of the Match: Ravindra Jadeja

Highlights

17:00(IST)

STUMPS!

India 271/6 on Day 2, trail England (283) by 12 runs. 

Ashwin 57*

Jadeja 31*

 

16:48(IST)

FIFTY! Ashwin brings up his 9th Test fifty. Magnificent innings from the allrounder. Ashwin scored when uit mattered the most. 

16:47(IST)

FOUR! This was Ashwin's special. He drives Anderson towards deep extra cover. India 268/6, trail England by 15 runs.

16:32(IST)

SIX! Jadeja smashes Adil Rashid straight down the ground for a clean one. Crowd applause Jadeja. India 243/6

16:13(IST)

R Ashwin is now batting on 38 and he has had a 21-run stand with Ravindra Jadeaj. India 225/6, trail England (283) by 58 runs.

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OUT! Virat Kohli falls to Ben Stokes for 62. India 204/6, trail England (283) by 79 runs.

15:28(IST)

This partnership between Virat Kohli and R Ashwin is recovered India from the three quick blows after the tea break. India 195/2 in 63 overs, trail England (283) by 88 runs.

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OUT! Adil Rashid gets his third. Rahane goes for a duck. India 152/4, trail England by 131.

14:40(IST)

OUT! Cheteshwar Pujara falls to Adil Rashid for 51. India 148/3, trail England by 135.

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3rd Test, Day 2: Pujara (51*), Kohli (40*) take India to 148/2 at tea, trail England (283) by 135 runs.

14:08(IST)

Cheteshwar Pujara completes his fifty. India 136/2 in 48.4 overs, trail England by 146 runs.
 

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13:35(IST)

100 up for team India. The partnership between Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara is now 31 runs.

13:14(IST)

Virat Kohli hits back-to-back boundaries off Ben Stokes. He looked well settled the moment he came in to bat after Parthiv Patel's dismissal. India 94/2 in 35 overs.

13:09(IST)

Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli are batting cautiously as India don't want to lose another wicket here. If that happens, India may lose the momentum here and England can make a fightback. Four runs. A boundary after a very long time. Pujara hits Anderson to backward point boundary. India 86/2 in 34 overs, trail England (283) by 197 runs.

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Parthiv Patel dismissed by Adil Rashid for 42. India 73/2 in 26 overs, trail England by 210. What a brilliant review by England. The third umpire overrules the on-field umpires decision to give Parthiv LBW. 
 

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Parthiv Patel his two boundaries off three balls off james Anderson. He has looked in sublime touch throughout his innings so far. All set for a big knock on his Test return? India 57/1 in 18 overs.

11:07(IST)

Update: Injured Hardik Pandya released, KL Rahul expected to be fit for Mumbai Test.

11:05(IST)
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OUT! Murali Vijay falls to Ben Stokes for 12. India 39/1 in 14.4 overs, trail England (283) by 244.

10:58(IST)

Dropped! Its was a tough chance for Jos Buttler to get rid of Murali Vijay. India 39/0 in 14 overs, trail England (283) by 244 runs.

10:54(IST)

Parthiv Patel and Murali Vijay have looked good so far and have scored runs at a decent pace. Parthiv, especially, has looked confident and has been looked in good touch hitting some glorious looking boundaries. Four runs. This time Vijay hits Adil Rashid to deep midwicket. India 37/0 in 13 overs.

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Big appeal for caught behind by Chris Woakes against Parthiv Patel. The on-field umpire gave him out by Parthiv went for a referral and the was given not out by the third umpire. End of over 6: India 19/0.

10:14(IST)

Four runs. Gorgeous drive to the long off boundary by Parthiv Patel off Chris woakes. Four more. He is on fire. This time the edge goes to the third-man boundary. India 16/0 in 4 overs, trail England by 267 runs.

10:09(IST)
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Murali Vijay and Parthiv Patel are opening the batting for India. Patel, who has made his comeback to Test cricket after eight years, makes a confident start and guides Chris Woakes to backward square leg after he bowled it to his legs.

09:49(IST)

Mohammed Shami takes three as India bowl England out for 283 in Mohali. Gareth Batty OUT LBW for 1. There was a huge appeal, the onfield umpire gave him out but Batty reviewed the decision which was not overruled. Brilliant bowling performance from India to restrict the visitors to a below par total.

 

09:39(IST)
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 OUT! Mohammed Shami dismisses Adil Rashid for 4 on his first ball of the day. England 268/9 in 91.1 overs.

09:32(IST)

Day 2 play resumes in Mohali. Gareth Batty and Adil Rashid are out in the middle for England. Ravindra Jadeja starts with six dot balls in a row. England 268/8 in 91 overs. Batty 0*, Rashid 4*.

09:02(IST)

The day two proceedings will start in 30 minutes. Stay tuned for all the live action. India will look to wrap up the England tail early while the visitors will be eyeing a 300-pus total.

08:39(IST)

Earlier, Karun Nair made his Test debut as KL Rahul aggravated his forearm injury and Parthiv Patel made his Test comeback after eight long years. Jonny Bairstow was the top scorer for England with 89 runs and he was well supported by Jos Buttler (43), Ben Stokes (29) and Chris Woakes (25).

08:38(IST)

Virat Kohli and company will be a happy lot after the first day's play in the third Test as Team India dominated proceedings. England, who chose to bat first after winning the toss, ended the day at 268/8 with all the Indian bowlers picking up wickets.

08:38(IST)

Hello and welcome to the live updates of day four proceedings from day two of the third Test between India and England played at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali. India lead the five-match series 1-0.

Virat Kohli. (Image credit: AFP)

LIVE SCORECARD

Day 1 roundup: Virat Kohli and company will be a happy lot after the first day's play in the third Test as Team India dominated proceedings. England, who chose to bat first after winning the toss, ended the day at 268/8 with all the Indian bowlers picking up wickets.

Earlier, Karun Nair made his Test debut as KL Rahul aggravated his forearm injury and Parthiv Patel made his Test comeback after eight long years.

Jonny Bairstow was the top scorer for England with 89 runs and he was well supported by Jos Buttler (43), Ben Stokes (29) and Chris Woakes (25).

Team Rankings

RankTeamPointsRating
1 India 4983 122
2 South Africa 4020 109
3 Australia 5302 108
4 England 5071 101
5 Pakistan 3494 97
FULL Ranking