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In Pics: India vs England, 5th Test, Day 3 in Chennai

Updated: December 18, 2016, 6:40 PM IST
India opener Lokesh Rahul fell agonisingly short of his maiden Test double century as he helped his team to 391 for four in a robust reply to England's first innings total of 477 in the fifth and final Test in Chennai. (AFP Photo)
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India opener Lokesh Rahul fell agonisingly short of his maiden Test double century as he helped his team to 391 for four in a robust reply to England's first innings total of 477 in the fifth and final Test in Chennai. (AFP Photo)

Ben Stokes celebrates after dismissing Cheteshwar Pujara for 16 run. (AFP Photo)
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Ben Stokes celebrates after dismissing Cheteshwar Pujara for 16 run. (AFP Photo)

Virat Kohli made 15 and it was the first time in the series that the Indian run-machine was dismissed for a sub-40 score. (AFP Photo)
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Virat Kohli made 15 and it was the first time in the series that the Indian run-machine was dismissed for a sub-40 score. (AFP Photo)

Parthiv Patel made a career-best 71 before falling to Moeen Ali. (AFP Photo)
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Parthiv Patel made a career-best 71 before falling to Moeen Ali. (AFP Photo)

India opener Lokesh Rahul fell agonisingly short of his maiden Test double century as he helped his team to 391 for four in a robust reply to England's first innings total of 477 in the fifth and final Test in Chennai. (AFP Photo)
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India opener Lokesh Rahul fell agonisingly short of his maiden Test double century as he helped his team to 391 for four in a robust reply to England's first innings total of 477 in the fifth and final Test in Chennai. (AFP Photo)

The elegant right-hander made 199 before throwing his wicket away and squatting at the crease, head-in-hands, after the anti-climactic end to a stellar 311-ball knock. (AFP Photo)
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The elegant right-hander made 199 before throwing his wicket away and squatting at the crease, head-in-hands, after the anti-climactic end to a stellar 311-ball knock. (AFP Photo)

Karun Nair was batting on 71, his maiden Test fifty, at stumps with Murali Vijay, who dropped down the order following a shoulder injury, on 17 at the other end. (AFP Photo)
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Karun Nair was batting on 71, his maiden Test fifty, at stumps with Murali Vijay, who dropped down the order following a shoulder injury, on 17 at the other end. (AFP Photo)

Team Rankings

RankTeamPointsRating
1 India 4493 125
2 South Africa 3767 111
3 England 4497 105
4 New Zealand 3114 97
5 Australia 3294 97
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