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5th Test: India 53/1 at Tea in reply to England's 332

5th Test: India 53/1 at Tea in reply to England's 332

London, Sept 8 (UNI) India were 53/1 at Tea after 18 overs on day 2 in reply to England's 332 in their first innings of the final Test here at The Oval on Saturday.

Pujara 15 and Rahul 35 were at the crease when Tea was declared.

Rahul's 35 came off in 48 balls with 4 fours while Pujara 15 off 54 struck 3 fours.

On Day 2 - Session 2 -India trail by 279 runs with 9 wickets remaining in the innings.

Earlier, on day 2 England were all out for for 332 in their first innings against India.

India received early jolt in form of Shikhar Dhawan chasing a huge target of 332 runs set by England before India.

Opener Shikhar Dhawan fell for lbw in Broad's bowl at score of 3 in the very second over.

After Dhawan's departure Pujara 15 (54) and KL Rahul took the score to 47 for their second wicket partnership.

For England Broad scalped crucial wicket of Dhawan at 3.


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