Hanuma Vihari drops the in-form Jonny Bairstow

Vihari

Aryan Surana

England batters got to face as many as 23 overs before Tea because Ben Stokes managed to skittle out India's tail in a jiffy after the Lunch break. India had walked out after the interval with a lead of 361, thanks mainly to Rishabh Pant's well-compiled half-century in the morning session. They ended up setting the hosts 378 to win. A swashbuckling start from openers Alex Lees and Zak Crawley – with a stand worth 107 runs – dwarfed the advantage that the tourists held. India managed to snuff out three quick wickets to leave England in a spot of bother, and could have had another if the ball wouldn't have burst through Hanuma Vihari's hands in the cordon.