108 - 4 after 38 overs
Session 3: India trail by 224 runs with 6 wickets remaining in the innings
Broad to Vihari, no run, big in-dipper, smacking into the back leg, England go up in unison
... but Joel Wilson shakes his head! Thoughts of a review from England, but they elect not to.
But Hawk-Eye had that crashing into the top of leg stump, would have been overturned on review!
Broad himself shook his head on going to DRS. A life for the new man
Anderson to Rahane, OUT, and Anderson keeps taking men other than Kohli. Lovely bowling.
AM Rahane c Cook b Anderson DUCK
Anderson to Pujara, OUT, this is a very rare mistake from Pujara. He is mindful of that inswinger threat.
England lead by 366 runs with 6 wickets remaining
Day 4 - Session 2
Vihari to Cook, OUT, Vihari is on a hat-trick. Would you believe it? He has dismissed two centurions in two balls.
Every single Indian fielder shakes his hand. The last walk back for Cook.
What a career. The old batsman has left the crease.
And we know that he is done
AN Cook c †Pant b Vihari 147 (286b 14x4 0x6) SR: 51.39
Vihari to Root, OUT, Vihari has got a wicket in his first Test. And that too of the opposition captain. Root is looking for quick runs, and tries to slog-sweep this but it stops after pitching in the rough and takes a top edge to deep midwicket where substitute Pandya takes the catch
JE Root c sub (HH Pandya) b Vihari 125 (190b 12x4 1x6) SR: 65.78
JM Bairstow b Mohammed Shami 18 (27b 3x4 0x6) SR: 66.66
Mohammed Shami to Bairstow, five penalty runs. Helmet is the long stop for Pant.
This ball is wobbling big time, beats Bairstow's inside edge, and then goes through Pant's gloves too.
Hits the helmet behind him smack.
Kohli sees the funny side of it and pushes the helmet further back
They are checking the no-ball. It is very close.
The umpire has to decide whether his heel is in the air behind the crease when the toe lands.
It is not very clear either way but the benefit of the doubt goes to the bowler