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    In Pics: India vs England, 1st Test, Day 5 at Rajkot

    • India captain Virat Kohli and England captain Alastair Cook shake hands after the Rajkot Test ended in a draw. (Image credit: AFP)

    • Haseeb Hameed, 19, belied his tender years in making 82 off 177 balls that contained one six and seven boundaries. (Image credit: AFP)

    • England captain Alastair Cook notched up his 30th Test hundred and declared his team's second innings on 260 for three in the second session, to set India an improbable target of 310. (Image credit: AFP)

    • Amit Mishra broke England's best opening stand in India with his third ball of the day when the 19-year-old Haseeb Hammed (82) hit a flighted delivery straight back to the spinner. Mishra also picked up Root (4) in his second over of the morning. (Image credit: AFP)

    • Alastair Cook is congratulated by Virat Kohli after getting to a century in Rajkot. (Image credit: AFP)

    • Murai Vijay, India's highest scorer in the first innings with 126, was dropped on 13 by Ansari, who failed to hold on to a powerful return catch. The batsman went on to make 31. (Image credit: AFP)

    • England had India in early trouble at 71-4 but Virat Kohli steadied the ship with a 47-run partnership that he shared with Ravichandran Ashwin (32). (Image credit: AFP)

    • India's second innings began on a shaky note, with opener Gautam Gambhir falling to paceman Chris Woakes for a duck. (Image credit: AFP)

    • Leg-spinner Adil Rashid, who picked up four wickets in the first innings, took another three as the hosts were reduced to 71 for four shortly after tea. (Image credit: AFP)

    • Virat Kohli frustrated the touring side with a fifth-wicket stand of 47 with Ravichandran Ashwin, who made 32. The pair batted out over 15 overs to take India closer to the draw before Ashwin drove left-arm spinner Zafar Ansari straight to Joe Root in the covers. (Image credit: AFP)