Hoping that Virat Kohli wins the ongoing Test series against England, former Pakistan captain Mushtaq Mohammad reckons the Indian skipper is a kind of player who would be very hard to deal with for any captain.
The day began with England managing to add just two runs to their overnight total of 285 runs in their first innings.
Just as the partnership was starting to look ominous, left-arm swing bowler Sam Curran dismissed Pandya with a brilliant yorker.
287 allout in 89.4 overs (J Root 80; R Ashwin 4/62, M Shami 3/64).
It was the second time in the match that Ashwin had dismissed Cook, England's all-time leading Test run-scorer, in such a manner.
Michael Atherton believes any potential disciplinary action against Kohli would be unwarranted, saying: "It really irritates me, this".
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Only Cook fell in the first session, his front-foot defence defeated by a flawless off-break from Ashwin - repaying his introduction in only the seventh over, despite being India's sole spinner here, with telling drift from round the wicket before the ball turned and dislodged the off-bail.
Earlier, electing to bat under slightly damp conditions, the England openers - Alastair Cook (13) and Keaton Jennings (42) - had no trouble in dealing with the India quicks as they soon raised 26 runs, before Ashwin was brought in as early as the seventh over of the innings. He found that partner in Hardik Pandya, who he added 48 runs with for the sixth wicket.
The 20-year-old young English paceman Sam Curran became the talk of the town after his triplet blow (KL Rahul, Murali Vijay, Shikhar Dhawan) reduced India to 76 for 3 at launch.
It was a classic captain's knock as he kept his calm while wickets tumbled on the other end and along with the last three batsmen, he added 105 runs to leave the intriguing first Test finely balanced.
India have always been criticised for their poor close catching but England, with the tourists still on 100 for five, dropped two slip chances of their own, with Malan reprieving Kohli off Anderson. Curran's three-wicket burst in eight balls reduced India to 59/3 in no time even as Rahane joined his captain to sneak in a few singles before heading for the break.