After defeat in Lord's Test, England bounced back in style to win the game an innings and 76 runs
Jadeja apparently hurt his knee while fielding during the England innings on the second day of the third Test that India lost by an innings and 76 runs
Kohli dismissed the idea of playing an extra batsman, something that many ex-players have been constantly advocating
Pant has played in all the three Tests so far in the ongoing England series and his highest score so far has been 37 at Lord's
England pacer Ollie Robinson said James Anderson helped him in tweaking his wobble grip ball technique which helped him to a five-wicket haul and help his side level series
The Headingley win was England's 10th biggest win against India in Tests. England have now levelled the 5-match Test series 1-1
Virat Kohli said the batting collapse they suffered in the first innings was 'quite bizarre' after their stupendous show in the Lord's Test
India had lost the match on the first day itself when they were bowled out for 78 with hosts England dominating this Test right from the start
On Friday, 'Jarvo 69' was seen popping up from the gallery, wearing batting pads and a blue helmet with a surgical face mask on ready to bat
India capitulated on Day 4 losing eight wickets for addition of just 63 runs as England levelled the series 1-1. Catch the highlights of ENG vs IND third Test here
By stumps on the third evening, India reached 215 for two in their second innings courtesy Pujara and Rohit, who scored a half-century
Pujara smashed 16 boundaries in his 91 off 180 balls and along with Virat Kohli (45) took India to 215/2 at stumps on the third day
The cricket fan had managed to enter the playing field at Lord's too. On Friday, he entered field at the fall of Rohit Sharma, all dressed up to bat
Rohit (59 ), who hit his 14th Test half-century, added 78 runs with Pujara (40). India were trailing by 242 runs at Tea
India where reduced to 34/1 at lunch still trailing by 320 runs as Bairstow took a one-handed catch in slips
Mohammed Shami (4/95) and Jasprit Bumrah (2/59) polished off the tail for the addition of just nine more runs to the overnight score as England finished their first essay at 432
Rishabh Pant’s gloves were the talking point after it was found that the India wicketkeeper had taped his 4th and fifth fingers
Cheteshwar Pujara was batting on 91 along with skipper Virat Kohli (45) still trailing England by 139 runs at stumps. Catch highlights of ENG vs IND third Test, Day 3 here
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