Rohit Sharma scores a seventh test ton as India closes the first day of the second Test against England 300-6 at Spinning Stadium; Moeen Ali throws Virat Kohli for a duck when the test returns; Ole Stone recalled his admiration on the day of the third controversial referee decisions Last update: 02/13/21 11:50 am Rohit Sharma scored his seventh test as India dominated the second test on the first day in Chennai (pic credit – BCCI) Rohit Sharma scored a sparkling century on a spinning court as India closed the first day of the second Test in 300-6 against England which changed so much in Chennai. Rohit (161 of 231 balls) scored the 7th century, hit 18 sixty-four, and participated in fourth position of 162 with Ajinkya Rahane (67) as India – who lost the first Test in the same place by a difference of 227 times – recovered from 0-1 and 86- 3 In front of 15,000 spectators at MA Chidambaram, Rohit and Rahani fell in the final round, shortly after both hitters took advantage of the controversial decisions of third referee Anil Choudhury. Ajinkya Rahane scored 67 and added 162 with Rohit versus fourth wicket for India (Pic Credit – BCCI) Rohit, at 159 at the time, was judged to be part of his foot behind the line when Ben Foakes flogged bails after delivery from left rotor Jack Leach ( 2-78), but Leach pulled out his leg later, Muin Ali grabbed him in his deep square leg during the sweep. Meanwhile, bet at 66 survived when Choudhury failed to discover that he had cut Leach to Ole Pop in his short leg after the ball hit his platform for the first time – England lost a review before it was later returned. Rahani was later expelled once when Muin (2–112) – who had earlier cleaned Kohli’s ferrat through a duck gate – was thrown onto the sweep, while Joe Root (1–15) had hunted Ravichandran Ashwin (13 ) From a short stalk by a bob before the stumps. Muin Ali Virat Kohli and Rahan were fired on his return from the test but struggled for consistency (Pic credit – BCCI) However, a hundred Rohit, fifty Rahani and a veil from Rishabah Pant (33 not out of 56) led India to a decent position on the pitch as he appeared Already signs of a breakdown. England was the overall winner in the first Test but headed for the second match with four changes – James Anderson despite the starring role rested with the ball on the final day of the series’ opening game, Stuart Broad replacing Anderson, while Foakes came in as wicket keeper with Gus Butler Alternating in the last three tests of the series. Ole Stone held Shubman Gill lbw from the third ball he threw (Pic credit – BCCI) Ole Stone – playing only his second and first Test since facing Ireland at Lords in July 2019 – entered elbow injury victim Joffra Archer and Moen – appeared on Test side in England for the time The first since the 2019 inaugural match at Edgbaston – was a favorite over fellow spinner Dom Bess. Stone and Moen hit at the end of the opening session after Kohli picked the racket – Stone removed Shubman Gill (0) lbw in The second ended and Moeen dumbfounded Kohli 15 minutes before the lunch break. Rohit attacked after seeing opening partner Gill drop, leaving the in-jagger – the 33-year-old racing to 47 ball half-century and scoring 80 goals from 78 balls as India headed for a break 106-3 – England could have been so happy at lunch, though That Cheteshwar Pujara (21) drove Leach to Ben Stokes in the hoop after contributing an 85-foot-tall stance with Rohit and Kohli being cleaned up by Moeen after a loose drive contact failed. Cole is finally out, after initially believing Fox’s gloves may have removed the bails or were totally stunned as he hit fifth ball without scoring. Moeen threw Kohli through the gate before lunch on the first day in Chennai (Pic credit – BCCI) The Root Men went carelessly in the afternoon, however, in a session in which Rohit completed 130 balls, after quickly approaching Moeen to a man At the side of the shin during a nerve attack in the late 1990s Rohit found a wonderful ally in Rahani, who bounced off one result with nothing in the first test, as Meiyin struggled to match Leach’s consistency and England tailors couldn’t. Find out what kind of back swing that Anderson expertly demonstrated on the fifth day of the first test. Stone still touched upon his return to the side, though, by bowling lightly – including Bogara breaking his hand in the opening session and panting on his arm in the final finish – and defeating the bats on several occasions en route to numbers from 1-42 of 15 overpriced. Stone is playing his second and first test since 2019 (pic credit – BCCI) Rohit was a man of the day, however, he led the mission to India as they made a strong start in their attempt to recover from their crushing defeat at the opening of the series, which was their first test loss on Their home turf since being defeated by Australia with 33 shots in Pune in 2017, Rohit has slowed down after a batsman hit in the first session but Bant – who canceled a backhand on 22 of Ali – usually played outright while attacking late in the day India, like England , Made the changes for the second test, and it might have been surprising that the heartbeat man Jaspert Bomrah rested. Mohamed Siraj, who scored 13 wickets in three tests during his recent 2–1 win in Australia, participated in his first test match at home. Left-arm players Axar Patel and Kuldeep Yadav – the first on his Test debut having played exclusively white ball cricket for his country before now – have also partnered with Washington Sundar and Shahbaz Nadim the other players to make way for the hosts. Seraj, Aksar and Koldepe will get their chance with the ball at some point – but India is hoping that it won’t happen for some time and that Pant and Aksar (5 no) help the host reach and possibly beyond 350. Day two of the second test between India and England in Chennai on skysports. com and Sky Sports app starting at 3.50am Sunday. .