India vs England, 2nd Test, Visakhapatnam, Stumps Day 1
India 317 for 4 (Kohli 151*, Pujara 119, Anderson 3-44) v England
The second Test between hosts India and visitors England may very well yet get to be notorious because of the interference of play by a dog that intruded, and constrained the Tea break to be taken mid-over. The Vizag pooch had a twitter account even before the end of the Tea interim. Yet, before the dog ran the ground staff worn out, it was the team of Cheteshwar Pujara (119) and Virat Kohli (151*) who did practically something like England with their 226-run stand for the third wicket.
Pujara cut, pushed and set away full hurls while in transit to his third successive ton in Tests while the India chief was dependent on stunning drives to keep his score ticking along and inevitably get his fourteenth Test ton. The pair held hands after India were decreased to 22 for two in only five overs subsequent to selecting to bat and assumed an essential part in the hosts finishing the day at 317 for four.