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Hello, good morning and welcome to Telegraph Sport’s stay, over-by-over protection of the second day of the second Test in Vizag. India will resume on 336/6 after an uncommon first day during which all their batsmen received in and received out on a flat pitch. All bar one: Yashasvi Jaiswal, who for a few years has felt like India’s subsequent red-ball famous person, confirmed his limitless potential with an impressive 179 not out.

Jaiswal may damage England’s hopes of dismissing India for round 400 after which going large on a pitch that’s more likely to deteriorate on the final two days. Bazball-era England have made their identify making improbably large scores within the second innings. In this recreation, first-innings runs really feel like a extra dependable foreign money.

Two of the six wickets fell to 20-year-old Shoaib Bashir, who had by far the most important workload (28 overs) on his debut. His visa issues are so final month. “I’m just going to look back on this day and think about getting Rohit Sharma out,” he mentioned on the shut of play. “I think that’s all that matters really.

“I had no doubts at all that I’d make it here, I always knew I would get the visa. It was a bit of a hassle but we’re here now, I’ve made my debut, and that’s all that counts. I’m pretty chilled.

“It’s been a very special day. To get Rohit Sharma out, my first wicket, is an incredible feeling. I just let it all out. He’s a quality player, one of the best in the world and a great player of spin as well.”