Mohammed Siraj’s knack of seaming the ball in had Joe Root in apparent trouble twice in a row, but the England skipper kept his head above water as India burned a couple of crucial reviews. Both the induckers pinned Root just below the knee roll and either of the leg-before shouts was turned down by the umpire on-field. India sent each mandate upstairs – Virat Kohli was reluctant on referring the latter – but technology ruled the decisions in England’s favour.
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Siraj to Root, again. Not out, again. Kohli reviews, again. India lose a second.
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