2nd Test: Alastair Cook falls to Ravindra Jadeja for 53. England 87/2 at stumps on Day 4, need 318 runs more. India require to take 8 wickets to win the Vizag Test.
Alastair Cook completes his 53rd Test fifty. England 83/1 in 55.3 overs, need 322 runs more.
After the fall of Hameed's wicket, Indian spinners are putting pressure on England with an attacking field. Alastair Cook looks in complete control but Joe Root has just come to the crease and will be vulnerable against the spin. England 80/1 in 54 overs, need 325 runs more to win. India need nine wickets to clinch the Vizag Test.
Out: Finally a wicket for India and the subdued crowd erupts in joy. Ashwin's delivery doesn't rise but turns and hits Hameed straight infront of the wicket.
Alastair Cook survives yet again as the 3rd umpire has to go with on-field umpire's call. India lose both their reviews now. Indian captain Virat Kohli is not a happy man at the moment.
Another DRS Reveiw: Again a LBW decision that Indian team is not happy with and again its Alastair Cook. All eyes on third umpire now.
DRS Review: Indian team not happy with the not out decision as ball hits Cook on the pad. 3rd umpire says not out as he agreed with the on field umpire's decision. Alastair Cook survives.
Four: Agression from Hameed as he slams Ashwin's final delivery of the over for a boundary.
Indian spinners are trying their best to use the rough patches on the pitch in their favour but the English openers are doing their best to frustrate India.
Edge: Ravindra Jadeja produces an edge of Hameed but the ball falls short of Ajinkya Rahane who was standing in the 1st slip position.
File Image of Ravichandran Ashwin. (Getty Images)
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Day 3, Round-up: India posted 98/3 at stumps on Day 3 to take a mammoth 298-run lead in the second Test against England at Visakhapatnam.
England resumed their first innings on the third day at 103/5 with Ben Stokes and Jonny Bairstow at the crease for the visitors.
Both wore out Indian bowlers in the first session to reach their respective half centuries.