England's struggle for runs and control

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443 - Dot balls played by England over the entire day. They managed only 18 fours off the bat. In all, they had 97 scoring shots in 90 overs.

1.77 - England's run rate in the second session: they scored 55 runs in 31 overs. Out of 186 deliveries in the session, they played out 160 dots, and took 14 singles and six twos.

74.9 - Control percentage for England's batsmen against India's fast bowlers over the entire day. It was least in the afternoon session, when Mohammed Shami bowled an inspired spell of 9-4-14-0, beating the bat on numerous occasions. Among the three India seamers, England struggled against Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami, who ironically went wicketless in the day. Against Shami, England's control percentage was only 72; against Bumrah it was 71.4, and against Ishant Sharma, their control percentage was 81.1.

61.1 - England's control percentage against Shami, during his outstanding spell in the afternoon session. Out of 54 balls, England's batsmen were not in control of 21, of which Moeen Ali was at the receiving end 16 times.

2.20 - England's run rate. Among all the instances when they have played 80 or more overs in a home Test since the start of 2001, only twice have they gone at a slower scoring rate.

43 - Instances of Moeen edging or getting beaten through his innings; of those, 18 each came against Shami and Bumrah.

2 - England batsmen who have passed fifty three times in their first and last Test put together. Alastair Cook, who scored 60 and 104 not out on Test debut against India in Nagpur in 2006, made 71 in the first innings of his final Test today. The only other England batsman to achieve this was George Gunn, who scored 119 and 74 on Test debut in 1907, and 85 and 47 in his final Test in 1930.

25 - Byes conceded by Rishabh Pant in the England innings so far, which is fifth in the all-time list of byes conceded in a Test innings by India.