Rishabh Pant creates history on Test debut at Trent Bridge

India vs England 3rd Test- Priority is to win games Skipper Virat Kohli on chop-and-change selection policy

But a fourth-wicket stand of 159 between India captain Virat Kohli (97) and his deputy, Ajinkya Rahane (81) revived their innings. Pacers Jimmy Anderson, Stuart Broad, Chris Woakes and Sam Curran are ready to make life miserable for the Indian batsmen as they did in the previous Tests.

While Kohli missed out on another Test century, the captain's knock helped him set yet another record.

As well as India competed in the thrilling first Test at Edgbaston, their capitulation in the second at Lord's raised fears the remainder of the series would be one-sided.

20 year old debutant Rishabh Pant flipped Rashid for a six to score first worldwide runs and took India's score to cross 300 runs.

Pant, who was handed his Test debut in the third Test of the five-match series at Trent Bridge, smashed leg-spinner Adil Rashid for a straight six on only his second ball of the innings to get off the mark. The duo always kept the scoreboard ticking despite the England bowlers maintaining a good channel.

England were not quite at their best and ended up spending a full day in the field for the first time in the series.

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It was 38th Test match of Virat Kohli as skipper and it was also 38th time in a row when Indian squad was changed.

It took the introduction of Woakes, man of the match at Lord's, to improve England's morning.

There was little resistance from the lower order on Sunday, with India losing their last four wickets for 22 runs in 19 balls.

Fellow left-hander Jennings´s first ball, from the recalled Jasprit Bumrah, flew off the outside edge but through a gap in between the cordon and gully with India´s three slips standing inexplicably close together. They played their shots, ran their singles and twos as India maintained a healthy run-rate of 3.52 pe over throughout the day. With hindsight, I think India have got the wrong team. "I just try to do my job". Broad, as he does so often, followed with Ravichandran Ashwin's wicket in the next over, breaching through the batsman's defences with an atypical, hooping inswinger. "When the sun was out, they capitalised, and I thought they played really well in that middle period".

James Anderson now has 100 Test wickets against India following his late dismissal of Hardik PandyaAnd finally.



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