England in India Test Series - 2nd Test

India v England

England won by 10 wickets

Overs 1-50  | Overs 51-100  | Overs 101-150

Okay, we are on. Sehwag has been grinning ear to ear, accepting congratulations. He is on the non-striker's today. Gautam Gambhir letting Virender Sehwag breathe it in quietly today. Anderson to bowl. Three slips and a gully

9.20am And talking of walking the line, one man who has never tried to do so is playing his 100th Test today, and will come out to "see ball, hit ball" in 10 minutes. Remember this guy?

And someone who walked the line pays tribute to Sehwag here

9.15am "Playing 3 spinners says 'we're playing against England'." Cheeky, Ben. Panesar is back too. The last time he played in Mumbai, Johnny Cash played in the England dressing room. It is playing here again

9.05am So what does three spinners say? Has Dhoni seen a lot of turn in this pitch? Or do India not trust Ishant Sharma enough? At any rate, Harbhajan now moves to 99 Tests, in Virender Sehwag's 100th. This, I think, is the first time India are playing three spinners since Kanpur 2008. I am checking to make sure

Toss MS Dhoni has won the toss and India will bat. Big surprise: India have deemed this pitch good enough for spin to include Harbhajan Singh in place of Umesh Yadav, who has a sore back. Oh boy. This tells me there is going to be a whole lot of turn here. And bounce

England have made two changes, and leaving Stuart Broad out is not one of them. Ian Bell is off for his child's birth, Jonny Bairstow is in. Tim Bresnan makes way for Monty Panesar

8.50am Pitch report. Ravi Shastri almost wants to put on the whites and start to bowl spin on this. He and Sunil Gavaskar say the grass on the pitch is to just keep England from getting demoralised. This pitch is going to crumble, they say. Shastri says Dhoni might have finally got what he wanted

8.45am Some team news before toss. Umesh Yadav is almost certain to miss this Test with a sore back. Ishant Sharma is all set to play his first Test since Adelaide earlier this year. I don't think India want three spinners. They want a balanced attack

England are sweating over Stuart Broad's illness. If he doesn't make it, Stuart Meaker could make his debut. Monty Panesar is being tipped to come back

8.30am The last time Test cricket to Mumbai, India "flippin' murdered" West Indies. I am not sure David Lloyd "flippin' murder" to suggest a draw with scores level, but that's how we shall use it. Welcome to the second Test of this series with hopes that we see something as exciting as a "flippin' murder". Toss in 30 minutes

0.1

Anderson to Gambhir, FOUR, and he starts with a half-volley on the pads. Gambhir says thank you very much. Clips it between square leg and midwicket. All along the ground

0.2

Anderson to Gambhir, OUT, Anderson strikes. Humid conditions, there is swing here, and Anderson cashes in. Length ball, swinging in, pitches on leg, holds its line. Gambhir plays across the line. Misses it. Hit in front of leg. Given

G Gambhir lbw b Anderson 4 (1m 2b 1x4 0x6) SR: 200.00

Cheteshwar Pujara walks in

0.3

Anderson to Pujara, no run, more swing. Pujara defends in front of off. The thick edge goes to gull but along the ground

0.4

Anderson to Pujara, no run, this is already heaven compared to Ahmedabad. Bounce for the bowlers. It will help both quicks and spinners. Good to see Anderson bounce Pujara who sways out of the line. Prior collects it head high

0.5

Anderson to Pujara, no run, full now, on off, Pujara presses forward to defend

0.6

Anderson to Pujara, 1 run, strays slightly onto the pads, and he has flicked away to fine leg for one. So Sehwag will have to wait a little more to play his first ball in his 100th Test

End of over 1 (5 runs) India 5/1
CA Pujara    1* (4b)      JM Anderson    1-0-5-1
V Sehwag    0* (0b)     

1.1

Broad to Pujara, no run, full, just outside off, dug out by Pujara

1.2

Broad to Pujara, 1 no ball, length ball, on off, defended solidly, called no-ball for overstepping

1.2

Broad to Pujara, no run, slightly short of a length, on off, Pujara defends

Good to see the pitch with some life in it

1.3

Broad to Pujara, 1 run, short of a length, on off, worked away for a single into the leg side

A huge cheer from the small crowd as Virender faces up for the first time in his 100th Test. wonder what song he is singing

1.4

Broad to Sehwag, no run, poor appealing from these two sides has resumed in earnest. Tucked into the rib, gets good carry down the leg side, and Sehwag stays away from it. The bat and gloves are at least one foot away from the ball, but Broad is appealing for a catch. I wonder if they had a word with these two teams regarding their appeals in the last match

1.5

Broad to Sehwag, no run, length ball, on off, pushed back to Broad

1.6

Broad to Sehwag, FOUR, and Sewhag is away in Sehwag fashion. Length ball, outside off, he is not right to its pitch, but drives it along the ground and between mid-off and extra cover

End of over 2 (6 runs) India 11/1
V Sehwag    4* (3b 1x4)      SCJ Broad    1-0-6-0
CA Pujara    2* (8b)      JM Anderson    1-0-5-1

"Why all the hooplah behind Sehwag playing his 100th test.?? I don't remember anyone making such a big deal when I played mine !!" Short-term memory loss, Graeme Smith?

2.1

Anderson to Pujara, no run, length ball, just outside off, well forward to defend

2.2

Anderson to Pujara, no run, right forward to defend a fullish ball outside off

2.3

Anderson to Pujara, no run, nice bouncer, at 134ks, tailing back in after pitching, and Pujara sways out of the line. well bowled, well negotiated

2.4

Anderson to Pujara, 1 run, tucked away off the hip, gets a single to deep square leg

2.5

Anderson to Sehwag, no run, digs this one in short, Sehwag ducks under it even as it goes down leg

2.6

Anderson to Sehwag, no run, full, middle and leg, doesn't get all of this drive, ends up pushing it to mid-on

End of over 3 (1 run) India 12/1
V Sehwag    4* (5b 1x4)      JM Anderson    2-0-6-1
CA Pujara    3* (12b)      SCJ Broad    1-0-6-0

"If that really is Graeme Smith that's a fair effort to send that e-mail in considering he's batting right now." Jake, that's a new Cricinfo app that reads players' minds when they are on the wicket

3.1

Broad to Pujara, no run, lovely bowling. Just short of a driving length, just about holds its line, and beats Pujara's outside edge as he pushes at the line

3.2

Broad to Pujara, no run, angling into the pads, defended towards square leg

3.3

Broad to Pujara, no run, done in for pace. Shortish, into the ribs, and Pujara is late with his fend. Hit on the body

3.4

Broad to Pujara, no run, length ball, on off, not doing much, defended off the front foot

3.5

Broad to Pujara, 1 run, short of a length, into the pads, clipped away for a single

3.6

Broad to Sehwag, no run, short of a length, on off, Sehwag right behind it

End of over 4 (1 run) India 13/1
V Sehwag    4* (6b 1x4)      SCJ Broad    2-0-7-0
CA Pujara    4* (17b)      JM Anderson    2-0-6-1

4.1

Anderson to Pujara, no run, Pujara is right forward to defend a length ball just outside off

4.2

Anderson to Pujara, 1 run, angling in from slightly wide of the crease, 137ks, hits the inside half of the bat, goes for a single

4.3

Anderson to Sehwag, 1 run, short, just outside off, Sehwag gets tall to keep this down and push it wide of point

4.4

Anderson to Pujara, 1 run, short of a length, on off, pushed between cover and point for one

4.5

Anderson to Sehwag, no run, slightly fuller than the previous two deliveries, on off, Sehwag is solid in defence

4.6

Anderson to Sehwag, no run, short of a length, nipping in towards off, defended off the back foot

End of over 5 (3 runs) India 16/1
V Sehwag    5* (9b 1x4)      JM Anderson    3-0-9-1
CA Pujara    6* (20b)      SCJ Broad    2-0-7-0

Just saw Johnny Bairstow with his handlebar 'tache. Just the kind of guy who will be offered contraband items by peddlers in South Mumbai

5.1

Broad to Pujara, no run, full, outside off, Pujara gets a big stride in, and leaves it be

5.2

Broad to Pujara, no run, length ball, on off, Pujara defends

"Out of interest, what pace is Broad bowling at?" Matthew Wright, visibly faster than in Ahmedabad. I believe he even hit 140 once. He now has a short leg in

5.3

Broad to Pujara, no run, nicely bowled. Dug into the ribs, Pujara keeps it down well, getting it to bounce well short of short leg

5.4

Broad to Pujara, 1 run, on his toes again, drops this towards cover, and steals the single

No short leg for Sehwag

5.5

Broad to Sehwag, 1 run, Sehwag rides the bounce, works this shortish ball through square leg

5.6

Broad to Pujara, no run, the full, wide one to invite the drive, but Pujara knows better than to give in to temptations. Left alone

End of over 6 (2 runs) India 18/1
CA Pujara    7* (25b)      SCJ Broad    3-0-9-0
V Sehwag    6* (10b 1x4)      JM Anderson    3-0-9-1

Spin already. Monty Panesar to bowl. Spinners could make use of early moisture. Long chat between Panesar and Cook to work out the field. A slip and a short leg

6.1

Panesar to Sehwag, FOUR, and like Samit Patel did, Panesar starts with a full toss, and he smacks it over wide mid-on. Not the best of hits, but it will do for a boundary

6.2

Panesar to Sehwag, 1 run, full, into the pads, worked away for a single past short leg

6.3

Panesar to Pujara, no run, nice area, drawing Pujara forward but not giving him a drive. Pujara right forward to defend

6.4

Panesar to Pujara, FOUR, this is a half-volley, and Pujara has crashed him through extra cover, all along the ground. Very decisive against spin, is Pujara

6.5

Panesar to Pujara, no run, flighted on off, right to its pitch to defend

6.6

Panesar to Pujara, no run, full, on off, drivable length. He does so, but not wide enough of mid-off

End of over 7 (9 runs) India 27/1
CA Pujara    11* (29b 1x4)      MS Panesar    1-0-9-0
V Sehwag    11* (12b 2x4)      SCJ Broad    3-0-9-0

"Real shame for Sehwag on missing out a Left arm spinner's first ball to six .." Greedy, Sathish

7.1

Broad to Sehwag, no run, huge appeal after a huge inside edge onto the pad. Except that this is not a shout for a bat-pad catch, but an lbw. However, it is bowled well. On a length, jagging back in

7.2

Broad to Sehwag, no run, on a length, just outside off, right behind it to defend

7.3

Broad to Sehwag, 1 run, already we have a deep point. This is not Ahmedabad with no bounce. I am surprised with that field placement. Sehwag pushes it to deep cover and walks a single

7.4

Broad to Pujara, 1 run, shortish, into the body, worked away past short leg

7.5

Broad to Sehwag, no run, length ball, just short of being drivable, and Sehwag defends solidly

7.6

Broad to Sehwag, 1 run, length ball, shaping in, pushed wide of point for a single

End of over 8 (3 runs) India 30/1
V Sehwag    13* (17b 2x4)      SCJ Broad    4-0-12-0
CA Pujara    12* (30b 1x4)      MS Panesar    1-0-9-0

8.1

Panesar to Sehwag, no run, well bowled. Sehwag is tentative in leaving the crease, Panesar pushes it through, gets the inside edge onto the pad, but it doesn't pop up

8.2

Panesar to Sehwag, no run, length, into the pads, flicked away into short leg's shin

8.3

Panesar to Sehwag, no run, flighted on off, Sehwag defends with an open face. That's a technique all his own

8.4

Panesar to Sehwag, no run, arm ball, flat, 94ks, Sehwag is on the back foot, defending

8.5

Panesar to Sehwag, no run, fuller, but just as quick, 95ks, and Sehwag is forward to defend it with an open face

8.6

Panesar to Sehwag, no run, short of a length, no turn, hits the inside half of the bat

End of over 9 (maiden) India 30/1
V Sehwag    13* (23b 2x4)      MS Panesar    2-1-9-0
CA Pujara    12* (30b 1x4)      SCJ Broad    4-0-12-0

"Just curious to know: How many batsmen have scored a hundred when playing their 100th Test match?" Nanda, Gordon Greenidge and Javed Miandad. I mean, bot first and 100th Tests

9.1

Broad to Pujara, 1 run, hook. In India. Good to see. Keeps it down, gets a single to deep square leg

9.2

Broad to Sehwag, 2 runs, short of a length, into the pads, placed between fine leg and deep square leg for a couple

Shane Warne, on air, says he would have preferred to have Panesar replace Broad in the attack, and not Anderson

9.3

Broad to Sehwag, 1 run, nearly sneaks through. Length ball, jags back in, Sehwag is slow into the it, gets a thick edge past the stumps for one

9.4

Broad to Pujara, no run, pushes this up, inviting the drive, but Pujara resists

9.5

Broad to Pujara, 1 run, into the pads, clipped away for a single

9.6

Broad to Sehwag, 1 run, short of a length, on off, and he plays with an open face, past point for a single

End of over 10 (6 runs) India 36/1
V Sehwag    17* (26b 2x4)      SCJ Broad    5-0-18-0
CA Pujara    14* (33b 1x4)      MS Panesar    2-1-9-0

"Hey Grame Smith also scored a hundred in his 100 test match if not mistaken..." Gishan, I won't believe it until GS himself tells me that. Plus I had mistaken that query for hundreds in both first and 100 Tests. And Sehwag can become the third

10.1

Panesar to Sehwag, no run, full, into the pads, pushed to midwicket

10.2

Panesar to Sehwag, 2 runs, lenght ball, on off, holding its line, Sehwag plays well with soft hands and open face, past slip

10.3

Panesar to Sehwag, no run, full, just outside off, pushed towards mid-off

10.4

Panesar to Sehwag, 1 run, nicely flighted, but still he says at around 95ks, driven through cover for one

10.5

Panesar to Pujara, no run, bounce. Bounce. Good to see. Short of a length, holds its line, hits the shoulder of the bounce

10.6

Panesar to Pujara, no run, fuller, 96ks, turning away a little, defended off the front foot

End of over 11 (3 runs) India 39/1
CA Pujara    14* (35b 1x4)      MS Panesar    3-1-12-0
V Sehwag    20* (30b 2x4)      SCJ Broad    5-0-18-0

Anderson comes back

11.1

Anderson to Sehwag, FOUR, and he nearly breaks through. Sehwag hanging back to a length ball that moves in and takes the inside edge past the stumps

11.2

Anderson to Sehwag, no run, pitched up, Sehwag is forward now, drives this to mid-off

11.3

Anderson to Sehwag, no run, length, middle and leg, slightly slower, 132ks, defended to mid-on

11.4

Anderson to Sehwag, no run, short of a length, outside off, Sehwag right behind it

11.5

Anderson to Sehwag, FOUR, nearly again. Short of a length, slightly wide, Sehwag punches on the walk, with the open face, and thick edge flies past the diving Swann at second slip

11.6

Anderson to Sehwag, no run, full, on off, Sehwag is back but manages to drive well to mid-off

End of over 12 (8 runs) India 47/1
V Sehwag    28* (36b 4x4)      JM Anderson    4-0-17-1
CA Pujara    14* (35b 1x4)      MS Panesar    3-1-12-0

12.1

Panesar to Pujara, no run, forward-defensive

12.2

Panesar to Pujara, no run, another solid forward-defensive

12.3

Panesar to Pujara, 1 run, slightly shorter, and Pujara is back early and works it behind square on the leg side

12.4

Panesar to Sehwag, no run, quickish, 96ks, on a length, on off, Sehwag right behind it

12.5

Panesar to Sehwag, 1 run, flighted on off, Sehwag well forward to push it wide of cover for one

12.6

Panesar to Pujara, 1 run, short again, and whipped away from in front of the stumps

End of over 13 (3 runs) India 50/1
CA Pujara    16* (39b 1x4)      MS Panesar    4-1-15-0
V Sehwag    29* (38b 4x4)      JM Anderson    4-0-17-1

13.1

Anderson to Pujara, no run, length ball, on off, pushed to mid-off

"If he keeps going, Sachin might set another record that will probably never be broken, because no-one will ever get a crack at it…a hundred in his 200th test match :P Heck, even if he makes a duck in it no-one will ever play that many in any of our lifetimes I reckon." Paul, don't say "our lifetimes". Talk for yourself. You have no idea how fit and healthy I am

13.2

Anderson to Pujara, no run, another defensive off the front foot

13.3

Anderson to Pujara, no run, length ball, widish, left alone

13.4

Anderson to Pujara, no run, pitched up, close to off, hits the inside half of the bat

13.5

Anderson to Pujara, no run, bouncer, outside off, Pujara sways out of its line

13.6

Anderson to Pujara, no run, full, swinging in a little, defended to mid-on

Time for a drink

End of over 14 (maiden) India 50/1
CA Pujara    16* (45b 1x4)      JM Anderson    5-1-17-1
V Sehwag    29* (38b 4x4)      MS Panesar    4-1-15-0

A gully joins slip and short leg as catching men

14.1

Panesar to Sehwag, 1 run, into the pads, worked away for a single

Gully goes out

14.2

Panesar to Pujara, no run, defended off the front foot. Panesar continues to be flat and fast

14.3

Panesar to Pujara, 1 run, full, on the pads, driven wide of mid-on for one

14.4

Panesar to Sehwag, no run, length ball, into the pads, inside-edged into the pad, but safe

14.5

Panesar to Sehwag, no run, tossed up, dipping, bowled at 90ks, draws a defensive shot from him

14.6

Panesar to Sehwag, no run, flat, within the stumps, 94ks, defended back

End of over 15 (2 runs) India 52/1
V Sehwag    30* (42b 4x4)      MS Panesar    5-1-17-0
CA Pujara    17* (47b 1x4)      JM Anderson    5-1-17-1

15.1

Anderson to Pujara, no run, length ball, outside off, defended towards mid-off

15.2

Anderson to Pujara, no run, short of a length, wide outside off, left alone

15.3

Anderson to Pujara, no run, left alone outside off again

15.4

Anderson to Pujara, no run, length ball, angling in from widish, defended off the front foot

15.5

Anderson to Pujara, no run, short of a length, wide, Pujara plays a risky shot for a change, but it bounces just short of point. Usually he is solid with his cuts, but this one went in air, and Compton didn't dive forward. Jonty Rhodes would have taken this

15.6

Anderson to Pujara, no run, defended off the front foot

End of over 16 (maiden) India 52/1
CA Pujara    17* (53b 1x4)      JM Anderson    6-2-17-1
V Sehwag    30* (42b 4x4)      MS Panesar    5-1-17-0

Short leg moves out to gully

16.1

Panesar to Sehwag, OUT, Monty strikes. Full, fired into the pads, Sehwag perhaps is looking to work it through that new gap created on the on. Misses it completely, the ball hits the pad, and then the off stumps. Monty is pumped. The crowd is somehow cheering the wicket. This is bizarre. But then again, who is the next man in?

V Sehwag b Panesar 30 (73m 43b 4x4 0x6) SR: 69.76

Sachin Tendulkar in. The small crowd has woken up. I can imagine people rushing to Churchgate now. Short leg, slip, gully

16.2

Panesar to Tendulkar, no run, full and fast again. Yorker almost. Dug out

16.3

Panesar to Tendulkar, no run, into the pads now, defended to leg

16.4

Panesar to Tendulkar, 2 runs, flighted on middle and leg, push-driven through mid-on. Anderson puts in a supreme effort, diving head-on after running from mid-off, keeps the ball in. The same can't be said of the running. They have taken just two

16.5

Panesar to Tendulkar, 1 run, sweeper-cover in already for Tendulkar. Driven to him for one

16.6

Panesar to Pujara, no run, full, middle and leg, defended solidly

End of over 17 (3 runs) India 55/2
CA Pujara    17* (54b 1x4)      MS Panesar    6-1-20-1
SR Tendulkar    3* (4b)      JM Anderson    6-2-17-1

Two slips, gully, short midwicket in

17.1

Anderson to Tendulkar, no run, length ball, on off and middle, making him play. Defended to mid-on

17.2

Anderson to Tendulkar, no run, short of a length, slightly wide, 136ks, left alone

17.3

Anderson to Tendulkar, 1 run, length ball, not too wide, Tendulkar gets a stride in, pushes it between point and cover

17.4

Anderson to Pujara, no run, short of a length, good bounce, left alone

17.5

Anderson to Pujara, no run, bouncer now at 136ks. On the stumps. Punjara has been good at swaying out of the line. That's the thing to do in Asia. Don't duck under it. You never know when it will stay low and hit you in the head. And while swaying you are basically saying I was ready for the eventuality of it staying low before I pulled out of it

17.6

Anderson to Pujara, no run, fuller, and Pujara is right forward to defend

End of over 18 (1 run) India 56/2
CA Pujara    17* (57b 1x4)      JM Anderson    7-2-18-1
SR Tendulkar    4* (7b)      MS Panesar    6-1-20-1

18.1

Panesar to Tendulkar, no run, flighted on off, pushes forward to defend with an open face

18.2

Panesar to Tendulkar, FOUR, full toss, on the pads, meat and drink for Tendulkar who flicks it through midwicket

Gully moves to short midwicket. "Sac-cheeeeen, Sa-chin," goes the crowd

18.3

Panesar to Tendulkar, no run, tossed up on off, solid defence this time

Umpire Hill has a look at the danger area. He has a word with Monty too

18.4

Panesar to Tendulkar, no run, arm ball, 94ks, defended in front of middle

18.5

Panesar to Tendulkar, OUT, Monty you beauty. What a ripper. Hits top of off after pitching leg. Can't ask for better from a left-arm spinner, especially when he is doing it at a pece that doesn't let you recover after being beaten in the flight. Tendulkar is forward but the ball is not full enough. It pitches leg, and turns away, Tendulkar can't cover the turn, and Tendulkar is bowled. Again. What joy for England. Pure ecstasy for Monty. What expressive face. Swann can't stop laughing either

SR Tendulkar b Panesar 8 (14m 12b 1x4 0x6) SR: 66.66

In comes Virat Kohli. This is how pitches should play

18.6

Panesar to Kohli, no run, full, on off, driven to mid-off

End of over 19 (4 runs) India 60/3
V Kohli    0* (1b)      MS Panesar    7-1-24-2
CA Pujara    17* (57b 1x4)      JM Anderson    7-2-18-1

Broad is back

19.1

Broad to Pujara, no run, length ball, on off, defended back to him

19.2

Broad to Pujara, no run, wide length ball, doesn't go after it

19.3

Broad to Pujara, FOUR, slightly full, slightly straight, and Pujara feels he is safe to drive it. And does it between the stumps and mid-on

19.4

Broad to Pujara, no run, pitches it right up again but wider of off, and Pujara doesn't play at it

19.5

Broad to Pujara, no run, length, into the pads, defended to leg

19.6

Broad to Pujara, 1 run, short of a length, into the pads, worked away for one

End of over 20 (5 runs) India 65/3
CA Pujara    22* (63b 2x4)      SCJ Broad    6-0-23-0
V Kohli    0* (1b)      MS Panesar    7-1-24-2

20.1

Panesar to Pujara, no run, flighted, middle and leg, defended back to him

20.2

Panesar to Pujara, 1 run, flighted on off, driven wide of mid-off for one

20.3

Panesar to Kohli, no run, Kohli right forward to smother the turn on this one

20.4

Panesar to Kohli, no run, length ball, outside off, Kohli not to its pitch, gets an edge that falls short gully

20.5

Panesar to Kohli, no run, short of a length, punched away, but can't beat point

20.6

Panesar to Kohli, no run, short of a length, pushed to cover

End of over 21 (1 run) India 66/3
V Kohli    0* (5b)      MS Panesar    8-1-25-2
CA Pujara    23* (65b 2x4)      SCJ Broad    6-0-23-0

21.1

Broad to Pujara, 2 runs, full, into the pads, nicely clipped away for a couple

21.2

Broad to Pujara, no run, bouncer, too high, and this time Pujara can duck under it

21.3

Broad to Pujara, no run, full and straight, defended towards straight midwicket

At the end of the last over, Tony Hill had another word with Monty re the danger area. The next time might be an official warning

21.4

Broad to Pujara, FOUR, another bouncer, but this time Pujara not only sways out of its line, he presents it with an open face, guiding it over the cordon

21.5

Broad to Pujara, FOUR, half-volley, into the pads, clipped away for another four. Pujara looking really comfortable

21.6

Broad to Pujara, no run, length ball, on off, right forward to defend

End of over 22 (10 runs) India 76/3
CA Pujara    33* (71b 4x4)      SCJ Broad    7-0-33-0
V Kohli    0* (5b)      MS Panesar    8-1-25-2

Slip, gully, short leg

22.1

Panesar to Kohli, no run, length ball, middle and leg, defended

22.2

Panesar to Kohli, 1 run, flighted on off, pushed wide of mid-off for one

Short leg moves to silly point

22.3

Panesar to Pujara, no run, tossed up, middle and leg, defended back to him

22.4

Panesar to Pujara, no run, slightly shorter than length ball, pushed back to Monty

22.5

Panesar to Pujara, no run, fired in from wide of the crease, but Pujara doesn't play at it. well judged

22.6

Panesar to Pujara, no run, angling in again, Pujara right forward, not to its pitch, but plays a solid defensive

End of over 23 (1 run) India 77/3
CA Pujara    33* (75b 4x4)      MS Panesar    9-1-26-2
V Kohli    1* (7b)      SCJ Broad    7-0-33-0

"I wonder if Cricinfo can handle if both Ricky and SRT calls it a day right now!!! Get your servers ready Sid" Sriram, I ask you. Can you handle it? Can you handle the truth? Sorry I forget Nicholson's exact words

Here is Swann

23.1

Swann to Kohli, no run, flighted on off, flicked away to midwicket. Looking to attack right away

23.2

Swann to Kohli, no run, more intent. Getting right to its pitch and whipping it to midwicket

23.3

Swann to Kohli, FOUR, top shot. Swann slows it down a little, tosses it up wide, and he drives against the turn, through cover, all along the ground

23.4

Swann to Kohli, no run, flighted outside off, right there to smother the turn

23.5

Swann to Kohli, no run, shorter and wider, Kohli doesn't play at it

23.6

Swann to Kohli, no run, length ball, on off, turning in slightly, defended

End of over 24 (4 runs) India 81/3
V Kohli    5* (13b 1x4)      GP Swann    1-0-4-0
CA Pujara    33* (75b 4x4)      MS Panesar    9-1-26-2

24.1

Panesar to Pujara, no run, fired down leg, Pujara doesn't need to play at it

24.2

Panesar to Pujara, no run, length ball, quick, on off, defended

24.3

Panesar to Pujara, 1 run, flighted on off, slower through the air, 92, gets it to turn and run off the outside half of the bat

24.4

Panesar to Kohli, no run, full, on off, solid forward-defensive

24.5

Panesar to Kohli, no run, tossed up, just outside off, holds its line, Kohli gets a stride in before leaving it alone

24.6

Panesar to Kohli, 1 run, overpitched, pushed to mid-on, and they steal a single to Anderson there

End of over 25 (2 runs) India 83/3
V Kohli    6* (16b 1x4)      MS Panesar    10-1-28-2
CA Pujara    34* (78b 4x4)      GP Swann    1-0-4-0

25.1

Swann to Kohli, no run, flighted, on off, driven back to Swann

25.2

Swann to Kohli, no run, full, flat, just outside off, defended

25.3

Swann to Kohli, no run, slightly shorter, Kohli is back to defend it

25.4

Swann to Kohli, no run, tossed up now, Kohli is forward to defend, the ball doesn't turn much, gets the soft outside edge

25.5

Swann to Kohli, no run, short of a length, Kohli is back to defend it to short leg

25.6

Swann to Kohli, no run, full toss, driven straight to cover

End of over 26 (maiden) India 83/3
V Kohli    6* (22b 1x4)      GP Swann    2-1-4-0
CA Pujara    34* (78b 4x4)      MS Panesar    10-1-28-2

We'll get two more overs before lunch. Or three if England really rush. I know Gavaskar won't be impressed if the batsmen let the bowlers start a third over in five minutes

26.1

Panesar to Pujara, no run, flighted, on off, fully forward to defend

26.2

Panesar to Pujara, no run, length ball, no turn, Kohli is forward to defend again

Straightish silly point now

26.3

Panesar to Pujara, no run, defended towards that silly point

26.4

Panesar to Pujara, 1 run, full, middle and off, driven wide of mid-off for one

26.5

Panesar to Kohli, no run, short of a length, quick, Kohli goes back to block

26.6

Panesar to Kohli, no run, flighted, middle and off, defended solidly again

End of over 27 (1 run) India 84/3
V Kohli    6* (24b 1x4)      MS Panesar    11-1-29-2
CA Pujara    35* (82b 4x4)      GP Swann    2-1-4-0

27.1

Swann to Pujara, no run, full and flat, outside off, solid defence from Pujara

27.2

Swann to Pujara, no run, slightly short of a length, just outside off, defended

27.3

Swann to Pujara, 2 runs, doesn't turn in as much as Pujara is playing for, and he takes a couple off the outside half of the bat

27.4

Swann to Pujara, 1 run, nice shot. Down the track to reach the pitch of the ball, and pushes it straight of mid-on for one

27.5

Swann to Kohli, no run, flighted outside off, on the front foot to smother the turn

27.6

Swann to Kohli, no run, tossed up outside off, solid defence to take us to lunch

11.31am Lunch after a session of lovely Test cricket. Pujara will tell you the pitch is good for batting if you bat well. Panesar and Anderson will tell you there is enough for the bowlers if you bowl well. That's what you want, and that comes with bounce. This has been England's session, with Panesar picking those two massive wickets. Hopefully the rest of the Test will be just as exciting. We will be back shortly before 12.10pm

End of over 28 (3 runs) India 87/3
V Kohli    6* (26b 1x4)      GP Swann    3-1-7-0
CA Pujara    38* (86b 4x4)      MS Panesar    11-1-29-2

Here come the Indian batsmen and England players. Pujara still unbeaten for the series alongside Kohli...Panesar will resume

12.00pm Welcome back to the afternoon session. Gnasher here to bring you the action. Was certainly an interesting morning and David Hopps sums it up in his report. There will be a lot more spin to come as this Test develops. Should make for good viewing.

28.1

Panesar to Pujara, 1 run, on leg stump from round the wicket, tucked away towards short fine-leg who gets a dive out

Slip, gully and a short let in place for Kohli

28.2

Panesar to Kohli, 1 run, fraction short outside off stump, cut through the covers to the deep sweeper

28.3

Panesar to Pujara, 1 run, nicely bowled, full on middle, Pujara plays forward and gets a thick inside edge towards the leg side

28.4

Panesar to Kohli, no run, spins away from just outside off stump, Kohli sees it early and leaves alone

28.5

Panesar to Kohli, no run, pushed square into the off side

28.6

Panesar to Kohli, no run, onto the back foot against a shorter delivery, driven firmly to cover

End of over 29 (3 runs) India 90/3
V Kohli    7* (30b 1x4)      MS Panesar    12-1-32-2
CA Pujara    40* (88b 4x4)      GP Swann    3-1-7-0

29.1

Swann to Pujara, no run, full on off stump, flicked very firmly to short midwicket where Compton is standing

Slip and a short leg in place

29.2

Swann to Pujara, 1 run, works this off the pads past short leg out to deep square

29.3

Swann to Kohli, 1 run, drifting in towards the pads and this one is also worked past short leg

29.4

Swann to Pujara, no run, defended down in front of bat-pad

29.5

Swann to Pujara, no run, nice footwork, gets down the pitch outside off and drives but short cover is able to get a hand on it

29.6

Swann to Pujara, 2 runs, straighter ball, played with an open face and it runs off wide of slip through third man

End of over 30 (4 runs) India 94/3
CA Pujara    43* (93b 4x4)      GP Swann    4-1-11-0
V Kohli    8* (31b 1x4)      MS Panesar    12-1-32-2

30.1

Panesar to Kohli, no run, full on leg stump, defended back to the bowler

30.2

Panesar to Kohli, no run, dragged down short outside off but Kohli misses out as he finds point

30.3

Panesar to Kohli, no run, nice delivery, tossed up outside off and it spins away as Kohli leaves alone

30.4

Panesar to Kohli, no run, comes well forward this time, defends into the leg side

30.5

Panesar to Kohli, no run, on off stump, played into the covers

30.6

Panesar to Kohli, no run, goes back in the crease, opens the face and thinks of a single square on the off side but it's too tight

End of over 31 (maiden) India 94/3
V Kohli    8* (37b 1x4)      MS Panesar    13-2-32-2
CA Pujara    43* (93b 4x4)      GP Swann    4-1-11-0

"This is a good test of India's young brigade," says Abhishek. "I seriously hope Kohli and Pujara come through."

31.1

Swann to Pujara, no run, defended to the off side

31.2

Swann to Pujara, no run, full outside off, patted back down the pitch from the front foot

31.3

Swann to Pujara, no run, dead-batted into the pitch

31.4

Swann to Pujara, no run, turned off the stumps towards short leg

31.5

Swann to Pujara, no run, keeps it outside off stump, Pujara defends

31.6

Swann to Pujara, no run, gets a bigger stride forward this time and it runs towards midwicket

End of over 32 (maiden) India 94/3
CA Pujara    43* (99b 4x4)      GP Swann    5-2-11-0
V Kohli    8* (37b 1x4)      MS Panesar    13-2-32-2

32.1

Panesar to Kohli, 1 run, he's dragged the odd one short, this gives Kohli the chance to cut through the off side but there's a sweeper in place

32.2

Panesar to Pujara, no run, fuller delivery, whipped into the leg side and it strikes Cook at short leg which prevents any runs

32.3

Panesar to Pujara, no run, touch more bounce as he plays forward and defends to the leg side

32.4

Panesar to Pujara, no run, defends with bat and pad together

32.5

Panesar to Pujara, no run, full on off stump, defended to cover

32.6

Panesar to Pujara, no run, full on middle, head over the ball, solid defence back to the bowler

End of over 33 (1 run) India 95/3
CA Pujara    43* (104b 4x4)      MS Panesar    14-2-33-2
V Kohli    9* (38b 1x4)      GP Swann    5-2-11-0

33.1

Swann to Kohli, no run, on the back foot, defended into the pitch towards short leg

33.2

Swann to Kohli, no run, full outside off, gets a good stride in then defends behind square on the off side

33.3

Swann to Kohli, no run, has to take his bottom hand off the bat as this one bounces a little more but he's able to keep it down in front of short leg

33.4

Swann to Kohli, no run, gets well forward on off stump, defends to cover

33.5

Swann to Kohli, no run, goes well back to this shorter delivery and defends

33.6

Swann to Kohli, no run, tossed up very full outside off, driven firmly towards cover but doesn't find a gap...tight from the England spinners since lunch

End of over 34 (maiden) India 95/3
V Kohli    9* (44b 1x4)      GP Swann    6-3-11-0
CA Pujara    43* (104b 4x4)      MS Panesar    14-2-33-2

Slip, silly point and short leg around the batsman

34.1

Panesar to Pujara, no run, pushed back to the bowler

34.2

Panesar to Pujara, 2 runs, bounce for Panesar outside off and it's well played as he cuts it backward of square on the off side and manages to control the shot, keeping it clear of the fielders

34.3

Panesar to Pujara, no run, forward and defends

34.4

Panesar to Pujara, no run, goes onto the back foot and tries to whip this through the leg side with his bottom hand and it strikes Cook at short leg

34.5

Panesar to Pujara, 2 runs, gets full on leg stump, neatly turned away through the on side...Pujara finds it hard to play a shot that isn't elegant

34.6

Panesar to Pujara, FOUR, that's about as agricultural as Pujara gets...a friendly full toss by Panesar and he swings it through midwicket to take him to another half century

End of over 35 (8 runs) India 103/3
CA Pujara    51* (110b 5x4)      MS Panesar    15-2-41-2
V Kohli    9* (44b 1x4)      GP Swann    6-3-11-0

35.1

Swann to Kohli, no run, worked into the leg side

35.2

Swann to Kohli, no run, brings him outside off with a fuller, wider, delivery which is defended to cover

35.3

Swann to Kohli, 1 run, whipped from outside off towards mid-on and he spots the chance for a sharp single

35.4

Swann to Pujara, no run, back and defends

35.5

Swann to Pujara, 1 run, delicately played off the stumps as he works it away from about middle

35.6

Swann to Kohli, FOUR, cracking shot from Kohli, latches onto a full delivery with a powerful cover drive which skims past cover

End of over 36 (6 runs) India 109/3
V Kohli    14* (48b 2x4)      GP Swann    7-3-17-0
CA Pujara    52* (112b 5x4)      MS Panesar    15-2-41-2

36.1

Panesar to Pujara, no run, almost gets into trouble as he prods forward to one that grips and bounces a little but it goes wide of silly point

36.2

Panesar to Pujara, 1 run, picks this off through the leg side to deep square

36.3

Panesar to Kohli, no run, gets an inside edge into his pad as he comes forward but it falls quickly to ground

36.4

Panesar to Kohli, no run, defended out to silly point

36.5

Panesar to Kohli, FOUR, that's a classy shot, full on middle and leg so he opens his stance a fraction and uses his wrists to place the drive wide of mid-off

36.6

Panesar to Kohli, no run, quicker and flatter, 92kph, on middle and leg...worked towards midwicket

End of over 37 (5 runs) India 114/3
V Kohli    18* (52b 3x4)      MS Panesar    16-2-46-2
CA Pujara    53* (114b 5x4)      GP Swann    7-3-17-0

Change of bowling as we get some pace back into the attack with James Anderson

37.1

Anderson to Pujara, no run, back of a length outside off, defended to the leg side

37.2

Anderson to Pujara, 2 runs, flamboyant square drive but he hasn't quite timed it, hint of width from Anderson and it was placed between cover and point

Pujara now on 302 runs for the series and yet to be dismissed

37.3

Anderson to Pujara, no run, shapes to work this to leg from around off stump

37.4

Anderson to Pujara, no run, full outside off, defended towards mid-off

37.5

Anderson to Pujara, no run, short of a length outside off, punched from back foot to cover...not much help on offer fro Anderson after that early swing

37.6

Anderson to Pujara, no run, comes onto the front foot and defends solidly to mid-off

End of over 38 (2 runs) India 116/3
CA Pujara    55* (120b 5x4)      JM Anderson    8-2-20-1
V Kohli    18* (52b 3x4)      MS Panesar    16-2-46-2

38.1

Panesar to Kohli, no run, very full at leg stump, 90kph, dug out back down the pitch

38.2

Panesar to Kohli, 1 run, nicely bowled and well played...tossed up on middle, hint of turn, Kohli plays with soft hands behind square on the off side

38.3

Panesar to Pujara, no run, another very full delivery, drilled up to mid-off

38.4

Panesar to Pujara, 1 run, worked off leg stump into midwicket

38.5

Panesar to Kohli, OUT, gone! Panesar breaks through again. Loose from Kohli. Hint of width outside off, his eyes light up at the chance of a drive but he doesn't keep the shot down and Compton takes a good catch diving to his right at cover

V Kohli c Compton b Panesar 19 (65m 55b 3x4 0x6) SR: 34.54

Replays show that delivery disturbed the surface and stopped a fraction on Kohli

Yuvraj Singh in at No. 6

38.6

Panesar to Yuvraj Singh, no run, another one in the air...a very full delivery and Yuvraj chips it into the cover area but, fortunately for him, it's vacant and the ball falls well short of mid-off

End of over 39 (2 runs) India 118/4
Yuvraj Singh    0* (1b)      MS Panesar    17-2-48-3
CA Pujara    56* (122b 5x4)      JM Anderson    8-2-20-1

Swann back into the attack straight away with Yuvraj in the middle...

39.1

Swann to Pujara, no run, full on middle and off, worked to the leg side

39.2

Swann to Pujara, no run, defended back to the bowler

39.3

Swann to Pujara, no run, this one turns and bounces, Pujara makes sure he gets his gloves out of the way

39.4

Swann to Pujara, no run, uses his feet and drives this very strongly but straight to mid-off

39.5

Swann to Pujara, 1 run, turn again and this one takes the inside edge but goes behind square, fine of short leg

Slip, gully and a short leg for Yuvraj

39.6

Swann to Yuvraj Singh, OUT, and another! Swann gets Yuvraj straight away. The ball doesn't turn, slides on past the edge, Yuvraj hasn't got a very big stride forward and his off stump gets struck.

Yuvraj Singh b Swann 0 (6m 2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Big nod to Cook there for his decision to bring Swann back. Excellent captaincy and Swann delivered. Swann onto 199 Test wickets.

End of over 40 (1 run) India 119/5
     GP Swann    8-3-18-1
CA Pujara    57* (127b 5x4)      MS Panesar    17-2-48-3

MS Dhoni at the crease and Ashwani asks this: "Is this the kind of wicket Dhoni was asking for?"

40.1

Panesar to Pujara, no run, now this one rips past Pujara's edge...turn for Panesar from off stump, but Pujara did well to pull his bat inside the line

40.2

Panesar to Pujara, no run, on the back foot, defended square on the off side

40.3

Panesar to Pujara, no run, on middle, comes forward and defends

40.4

Panesar to Pujara, no run, more turn for Panesar as Pujara gets squared up a touch

40.5

Panesar to Pujara, no run, full on middle and leg, defended to the on side

40.6

Panesar to Pujara, no run, full on off stump, pushed back to the bowler

End of over 41 (maiden) India 119/5
CA Pujara    57* (133b 5x4)      MS Panesar    18-3-48-3
MS Dhoni    0* (0b)      GP Swann    8-3-18-1

41.1

Swann to Dhoni, no run, gets well forward outside off, throws his hands at the ball and gets an inside to the leg side

41.2

Swann to Dhoni, 1 run, full on middle, worked down the ground where long-on is in place

41.3

Swann to Pujara, no run, down the pitch outside off and a very aggressive drive which picks out mid-on

41.4

Swann to Pujara, no run, gets forward and defends softly to the leg side

41.5

Swann to Pujara, no run, touch shorter, whipped out to towards midwicket

41.6

Swann to Pujara, 1 run, tucked along the ground past short leg

End of over 42 (2 runs) India 121/5
CA Pujara    58* (137b 5x4)      GP Swann    9-3-20-1
MS Dhoni    1* (2b)      MS Panesar    18-3-48-3

42.1

Panesar to Pujara, no run, blimey...that one has exploded off a length! Disturbs the surface, climbs sharply at Pujara and takes the shoulder of the bat but lands short of point

This certainly isn't a flatty

42.2

Panesar to Pujara, no run, defended to the off side

42.3

Panesar to Pujara, no run, pushed back to the bowler from off stump

42.4

Panesar to Pujara, no run, very full, driven firmly towards mid-off and no chance of a single

42.5

Panesar to Pujara, no run, forces himself to get forward and defends to the off side

42.6

Panesar to Pujara, no run, touch slower, 87kph, and a fraction shorter means it's defended off the back foot

End of over 43 (maiden) India 121/5
CA Pujara    58* (143b 5x4)      MS Panesar    19-4-48-3
MS Dhoni    1* (2b)      GP Swann    9-3-20-1

Will from Singapore: "Can some bright spark from Mr Pujara's youth, please reveal his weaknesses or how to get into his absurdly applied mind. Answers on a postcard please to Mr. D.Saker c/o ECB c/o BCCI, Mumbai, India please"

43.1

Swann to Dhoni, no run, sharp turn into Dhoni who is on the back foot and has to make sure bat and gloves don't get struck as the ball bobbles away

Leg slip comes into place

43.2

Swann to Dhoni, no run, grips again, just short of a length and spins back into Dhoni who is playing off the back foot

43.3

Swann to Dhoni, 1 run, comes onto the front foot, squeezes it into the leg side wide of short midwicket

43.4

Swann to Pujara, no run, pushed out to midwicket

43.5

Swann to Pujara, no run, spins into Pujara, but more slowly this time, and he has time to defend comfortably

43.6

Swann to Pujara, no run, straighter ball outside off, defended with an open face square on the off side

End of over 44 (1 run) India 122/5
CA Pujara    58* (146b 5x4)      GP Swann    10-3-21-1
MS Dhoni    2* (5b)      MS Panesar    19-4-48-3

44.1

Panesar to Dhoni, no run, pushes square into the off side

44.2

Panesar to Dhoni, 1 run, touch too short this time, allows Dhoni to place it out to deep cover off the back foot

44.3

Panesar to Pujara, no run, defended into the off side

44.4

Panesar to Pujara, 1 run, short outside off, cut out to deep point...needs to get him coming forward

44.5

Panesar to Dhoni, no run, that's the length from Panesar, draws Dhoni onto the front foot with a lunge as he plays to the off side

44.6

Panesar to Dhoni, FOUR, good response from Dhoni, fuller on off stump and he drives it between cover and mid-off...used his wrists to make sure he found the gap

End of over 45 (6 runs) India 128/5
MS Dhoni    7* (9b 1x4)      MS Panesar    20-4-54-3
CA Pujara    59* (148b 5x4)      GP Swann    10-3-21-1

45.1

Swann to Pujara, no run, spins into Pujara as he plays forward...balloons to short leg but there's no bat involved

45.2

Swann to Pujara, no run, worked from outside off to the deeper of the two midwickets

45.3

Swann to Pujara, 1 run, fraction short outside off, opens the face square into the covers

45.4

Swann to Dhoni, FOUR, finds space in the off side again, too short from Swann and Dhoni was quickly onto the back foot driving between point and cover

45.5

Swann to Dhoni, no run, full on off stump, whipped down towards mid-on who is fairly deep but Dhoni doesn't chance a single

45.6

Swann to Dhoni, 1 run, swept away firmly from outside off...goes very quickly to Panesar at deep square who gets himself behind the ball

That's drinks. Another good hour for England, but this pitch is certainly offering the spinners plenty of help. I'll hand over to Alex Winter until tea

End of over 46 (6 runs) India 134/5
MS Dhoni    12* (12b 2x4)      GP Swann    11-3-27-1
CA Pujara    60* (151b 5x4)      MS Panesar    20-4-54-3

Hello everyone, all in good form I trust, Alex Winter here with you until tea. Big hour here, another one for England and they can be thrilled with their work, can they displace Pujara though? Playing sublimely again...Panesar to continue...

46.1

Panesar to Dhoni, no run, full and outside off, left alone, Prior takes it low

46.2

Panesar to Dhoni, no run, floated up a little more, Dhoni forward and pressing to cover

46.3

Panesar to Dhoni, 1 run, more flight and fuller, a push to mid off and a dashing single taken

46.4

Panesar to Pujara, 2 runs, lovely delivery, turn and bounce again and finds the edge of Pujara's forward push, thick edge, Anderson dives from second slip and puts down a stiff chance with one hand, that was very tough but goes down as another half chance that England have missed

46.5

Panesar to Pujara, no run, forward blocking solidly around off stump

46.6

Panesar to Pujara, no run, forward on middle and leg playing past short leg

End of over 47 (3 runs) India 137/5
CA Pujara    62* (154b 5x4)      MS Panesar    21-4-57-3
MS Dhoni    13* (15b 2x4)      GP Swann    11-3-27-1

Another chance created by England but again they can't snaffle the opening, albeit that would have been a blinder had Anderson clung on. Swann from the other end...

47.1

Swann to Dhoni, no run, stays back and looks to work around the corner, on the bounce to leg slip

47.2

Swann to Dhoni, no run, slid in towards middle and leg again, comes off the pad and loops to short leg

47.3

Swann to Dhoni, no run, back again, patted into the leg side

47.4

Swann to Dhoni, FOUR, swept at and missed, it turns past everything did it and runs for four, no signal from the umpire so obviously some glove involved it must have been, ran very fine for four

47.5

Swann to Dhoni, no run, turn down the leg side again, Prior takes this sharply

47.6

Swann to Dhoni, no run, back again and blocked back up the wicket

End of over 48 (4 runs) India 141/5
MS Dhoni    17* (21b 3x4)      GP Swann    12-3-31-1
CA Pujara    62* (154b 5x4)      MS Panesar    21-4-57-3

48.1

Panesar to Pujara, no run, back and plays to extra cover to a ball that kept a touch low, possibly fuller than the batsman thought

48.2

Panesar to Pujara, no run, forward around middle and leg, played towards short leg carefully

48.3

Panesar to Pujara, no run, usual Monty zip on a length around middle and off, blocked forward

48.4

Panesar to Pujara, no run, forward to a fuller ball just outside off, angled out towards point

48.5

Panesar to Pujara, no run, forward and blocked nice and controlled on the off stump, had time there

48.6

Panesar to Pujara, no run, touch shorter in length, tried to block on the crease and got a little inside edge into the pad, just slid on a little

More good work from Panesar, but would he have had this impact in Ahmedabad? This pitch has got more help...

End of over 49 (maiden) India 141/5
CA Pujara    62* (160b 5x4)      MS Panesar    22-5-57-3
MS Dhoni    17* (21b 3x4)      GP Swann    12-3-31-1

49.1

Swann to Dhoni, 1 run, tucked past short leg coming forward and they steal a single

49.2

Swann to Pujara, no run, turn and bounce, Pujara tries to leave as it turned into the pads and nearly got a glove on that towards short leg

49.3

Swann to Pujara, 1 run, takes a step down and works with the spin past short leg, good batting

49.4

Swann to Dhoni, no run, back again, Dhoni has played mostly off the back foot, blocking

49.5

Swann to Dhoni, no run, back again, rolled back up the wicket

49.6

Swann to Dhoni, no run, forward this time though, outside off, flicking slightly back towards the bowler

End of over 50 (2 runs) India 143/5
MS Dhoni    18* (25b 3x4)      GP Swann    13-3-33-1
CA Pujara    63* (162b 5x4)      MS Panesar    22-5-57-3
Overs 1-50  | Overs 51-100  | Overs 101-150
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Match drawn
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Nov 26, 2012

Graeme Swann and Monty Panesar in the England dressing room, India v England, 2nd Test, Mumbai, 4th day, Monday, November 26, 2012

Graeme Swann and Monty Panesar in the England dressing room

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Nov 26, 2012

Kevin Pietersen shows his delight in the England dressing room, India v England, 2nd Test, Mumbai, 4th day, Monday, November, 26, 2012

Kevin Pietersen shows his delight in the England dressing room

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