Jonny Bairstow, the England keeper-batsman, scaled his best ranking of ninth, when he moved up three places, after his knocks of 89 and 15 in the Mohali Test.
The Indian spinners maintained their strong foothold in the match by picking up three wickets in the morning session, including that of an ominous-looking Joe Root, to further dent England's hopes of saving the Test. Root and Hameed took England into the lead after they had lost two wickets early in the session. I think he is a great prospect for England.
"He showed so much determination and courage that we should applaud that".
A lot of the rescue work for India in Mohali was done by the bowlers.
Earlier, the English batsmen had a frightful outing in their second innings as they slumped to 156 for 7 after conceding a first-innings lead of 134 runs, thanks to the special batting display by the Indian lower order in their first innings.
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India grabbed the opportunity with both hands as their 417-run first innings total saw five half-centuries, giving the hosts a crucial lead of 134. "He put his hand up when his team wanted him to do it", Kohli said. On day two, you are 160-5 and your lower order steps up. But the run-out of James Anderson  curtailed the effort and set up an easy India run chase, despite a wicket each for Woakes and Adil Rashid.
Ashwin bowled Alastair Cook through the gate and did Moeen Ali with his dip.
Murali Vijay (0) was dismissed in the second over by Woakes (1-16) but Patel (67 not out) kept playing shots as he and Cheteshwar Pujara (25) took India to 33 for one in six overs at tea. "These were England-like conditions and they should have performed better", he added. "As a keeper as well he did well too", said Kohli. "And I felt that we did that pretty well to get the result our way". "But if you get bowled out for 280 you won't win games. We got motivated by that actually".
India once again romped home with a convincing win over England in the third Test in Mohali.
Key to India's success were their fast bowlers. Hameed had a 43-run stand for the 8th wicket with Chris Woakes (30). Shami feels the injury was a blessing in disguise. "We were not good enough to do that", he said. "He's become more aware of what he wants to do and what he has to do to be a good Test bowler and he's making those important breakthroughs".