Shubman Gill ton pushes India's lead

Much like in the first innings, India relied on one batter to do the bulk of their scoring, with Shubman Gill hitting 104. But the rest of the batting line-up kept falling away as England managed to keep them in check.

After losing four in the first session, India lost more in the second while Gill got to his third Test ton. The batter himself overcame a jittery start to produce a fluent innings thereafter.

On the third morning, India started with a mission to extend their lead of 171 further. But as they found out, England had other ideas. The 41-year old James Anderson set the tone early, producing one to nip away and beat Rohit Sharma's defence.