Virat Kohli was unable to convert his start yet again © Getty Images (File Photo)
Virat Kohli was unable to convert his start yet again © Getty Images (File Photo)

Jul 29, 2014

Virat Kohli was dismissed by James Anderson caught by Alastair Cook in the slip cordon in the second session of Day Three of the third Test between India and England at Southampton. This innings of 39 was Kohli’s highest score in five innings in England, but he has yet to cross 40 this series.

Earlier, Murali Vijay was bowled by Stuart Broad off an inside edge while trying to leave on Day Three of the third match between India and England at Southampton. Earlier, Cheteshwar Pujara was dismissed caught behind by Jos Buttler while trying to evade a short ball from Broad.

India resumed at 25 for one on Day Three. James Anderson kept asking questions of the batsmen, but Chris Woakes looked largely nonthreatening. The introduction of Broad proved incisive, as he came in hard and sharp, and eventually got rid of both overnight batsmen.

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