It was a seesaw battle between India and England on day two of the fourth Test at Southapmton as the former managed to score 273 runs and take a crucial 27-run lead over the hosts. India were in a spot of bother at 227/9, but Cheteshwar Pujara's majestic 132 and Jasprit Bumrah's gritty stay at the crease ensured that India put up a tough fight against the English. News 18 Group Editor (Sports) Gaurav Kalra and cricket expert Ayaz Memon discuss how Pujara's ton was crucial in context of the game.
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