WATCH: Pujara's unorthodox run-out during India's second innings, IND 100/5 on Day 3

India vs England, 2nd Test, Day 3 Live Updates: England have been bundled out for a mere 134 in their first innings. India 100 for 5 in their second innings and lead England by 297 runs in the Chennai Test on Day 3.

By Mohit Sindhu, Updated : Feb 15, 2021 11:09 IST
WATCH: Pujara's unorthodox run-out during India's second innings, IND 100/5 on Day 3
Watch Pujara's unorthodox run-out during the second innings. (Getty images)

India vs England IND vs ENG, 2nd Test, Day 3 Live Updates: India's new-wall Cheteshwar Pujara has been departed for a mere 7, got run out in the most astonishing way by Pope and Foakes. During the match, Pujara comes down the track and flicks the ball to short leg. As he was getting back to the crease, he tried to slide the bat in but it got stuck into the pitch just outside the crease and he dropped it and tried getting back in, but couldn't do so in time and gets run out. India 100/5 in their second innings and lead England by 297 runs in Chennai on Day 3.

Moreover, Rishabh Pant comes down the track to Leach but is beaten by the flight and the ball turns in sharply. But Foakes displays fine wicketkeeping skills as he collects the ball and brings down the bails in a jiffy. Leach dismissed Rishabh Pant while Moeen Ali has removed Ajinkya Rahane. 

The English wicket-keeper batsman Ben Foakes fought it out with an unbeaten 42 but ran out of partners as India picked up a 195-run lead. Rohit Sharma batted positively in India's second essay, and also had a few lucky breaks. Shubman Gill looked promising until he was trapped in front by Leach. There was also an umpiring controversy that left Root frustrated again. 

England were bundled out for a paltry 134 in reply to India's first innings score of 329. Ravichandran Ashwin was the pick of the Indian bowlers with 5/43. In their second innings, India takes a 249-run lead into Day 3, with nine wickets in hand.

Day 2 also goes in India's favor and it started with Rishabh Pant's unbeaten 58 that helped the hosts were posted 329. England, in reply, were skittled out for just 134 as R Ashwin picked up his 29th five-wicket haul. Debutant Axar Patel also has a good day with the ball, picking up the wickets of Joe Root and Moeen Ali.