Sport Kohli's rescue job leaves test evenly poised

01:50  03 august  2018
01:50  03 august  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Virat Kohli's 100 rescued India from near disaster on day 2 two.© Image: Reuters; Video: Sky Sports Virat Kohli's 100 rescued India from near disaster on day 2 two. Virat Kohli scored a gritty 149 to rescue India and leave the intriguing first cricket test against England finely balanced.

But the home side were left to rue several missed chances, before they ended the second day 22 runs ahead on Friday (NZ time).

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With England's pace bowlers running through India's much-vaunted top order to leave them reeling on 100-5, captain Kohli was left to string together a series of partnerships, as he seemed to be on a one-man mission to overhaul England’s first innings total of 287.

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Jobs . Nagpur: Virat Kohli slammed a patient century while captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni missed it by just one run as the duo showed admirable tenacity under pressure to lead a remarkable Indian fightback which has restored the balance in the fourth and final cricket Test against England here today.

Making the most of the two dropped catches by England at 21 and 51, Kohli let out a huge roar in celebration, after belting a ball off Ben Stokes for a boundary to bring up his century.

He continued to punish the England bowlers to notch up 22 boundaries and a six during his 225-ball knock.

India’s last two wickets added 92 runs, before Kohli was finally last man out after he misjudged leg spinner Adil Rashid’s delivery and was caught by Stuart Broad at point.

His dismissal gave England a slim 13-run first-innings lead, after they bowled out the visitors for 274.

In their second innings, England lost Alastair Cook to the day's final ball, as they closed on 9/1.

India had got off to a solid start in the morning, as openers Murali Vijay and Dhawan chalked up a half-century partnership, but the visitors were then rocked by three swift strikes by left-arm swing bowler Sam Curran.

Curran, playing in his only second test, dismissed Vijay, Dhawan and Lokesh Rahul in the space of nine runs.

Though India limped to 76/3 at lunch, the post-lunch session bought no respite, with all-rounder Stokes picking up two wickets to reduce the visitors to 100/5.

James Anderson was England’s most economical bowler with 41 runs off 22 overs, while Curran bagged four wickets.

England only managed to add two runs to their overnight total on Thursday, following their dramatic collapse in Wednesday’s final session.

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