Rohit Sharma hit 161, with Ajinkya Rahane scoring 67 in fourth wicket partnership out of 162 as India scored 300-6 on the first day of the second test against England in Chennai; Jack Leach and Moein Ali got two wickets Last Update: 02/13/21 3:39 pm Jack Leach was rejected by both Rohit Sharma and Ajinkia Bet through controversial decision reviews that Jack Leach likened between controversial ruling decisions to debate a ruling The assistant soccer video after the DRS rejected him two wickets on the opening day of the second test against India in Chennai. Leitch appears to have baffled 100 captain Rohit Sharma by Ben Fawks – only to put off the batsman even though the replay showed his foot on the crease instead of behind. Shortly thereafter, his plea for holding the bat pillow against Ajinkya Rahane turned down, with the third referee failing to discover that the ball had wiped the glove before it landed in Ole Bob’s hands. Moein Ali picked up two blade on the first day in Chennai, and Virat Kohli refused and England’s bet initially lost a review of the final decision – although this was later reinstated – and the damage was limited by each of the Indian batsmen leaving shortly thereafter, to Leach and fellow spinner Moeen Ali Ali Straight. “It was a bit like VAR today – it’s still controversial even though you have the technology!” Leitch said. “Hopefully these things are twists and turns and we’ll get a little bit of luck along the way. Obviously it’s a mistake and these things happen.” Ben said [the stumping] He was definitely outside and then when we saw that we were hoping. It was touch and go, this one and didn’t go our way, but the other one would have been nice. Rohit eventually fell to Leach for 161, shortly after he survived a bewildering review. [the glove] Then they came, they were checking it, then lbw shots came out and we said “No no, no”. “At the time I was a little pissed – I’d rather have three over two, I guess! I think getting a small gate the next time made it easier – it didn’t cost us that and we got back to review.” England was under control at the start of the last session as Rohit and Rahani put in a fourth position out of 162 after the home team won the toss. Leach hit earlier in the day with a wicket from Cheteshwar Pujara, who was caught in a slip but their share slower than India’s advance, even though the Rishabh Pant – who dispersed Leach during the first test – remained unbeaten at 33 at logs, with His team is well placed at 300-6. “As I’ve seen with Rohit and Rahane, once you get a continuing partnership on that old ball, it can get a little easier, so we definitely have to think we can do the same when we come to the club,” Leach added. Good with spinning surfaces in the last few games, even in Sri Lanka, and we totally think we can do that here too. ”I felt like I was playing well today – that’s definitely my best rhythm since we started. It all depends on being patient, letting the field do what it was doing, and I hope you make some progress that way. Follow the text commentary for the second day of the second test between India and England in Chennai on skysports.com and the Sky Sports app from 3.50am on Sunday.