Jonny Bairstow prolonged his glorious summer with a thrill-a-minute 106 off 140 balls, but it was India who eventually retained of the Edgbaston Test over the course of a riveting third day. Their pace merchants Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami and Mohammed Siraj bowled England out for 284 to secure a first-innings lead of 132, and by stumps, this lead had been stretched to 257, with seven wickets still intact. Cheteshwar Pujara has marked his comeback with a stoic unbeaten half-century, although he did attract an official warning from Richard Kettleborough for running mid-pitch.
That’s Stumps on Day 3 of the Edgbaston Test! @cheteshwar1 (50*) & @RishabhPant17 (30*) remain unbeaten as #TeamIndia stretch their lead to 257 runs. 👌 👌 #ENGvIND
See you tomorrow for Day 4 action.
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— BCCI (@BCCI) July 3, 2022