India is looking to pay back England with a winning start when the hosts start off the first Test. The excitement could be easily witnessed on the faces of fans who had lined up to buy the tickets.

 

India are in a comfortable position at the end of Day Two after Cheteshwar Pujara's unbeaten 206 took hosts to 521 for eight before reducing England to 41 for three.

 

On Day One, fans were also treated to a Sehwag special as the Delhi batsman scored a run-a-ball 117 to demoralize the English bowlers and fielders.