India v England, 1st Test: Day Two in pictures

The 20-year-old left-arm seamer Sam Curran lit up day two, ripping out India's top three - Murali Vijay (20), Lokesh Rahul (4) and Shikhar Dhawan (26) - as the visitor limped to lunch, having lost three for nine in the space of 14 balls. Photo: GETTY IMAGES
England pace spearhead James Anderson had the measure of Indian skipper Virat Kohli for most part of day two, troubling him with a teasing line and length but the stylish right-hand batsman had the last laugh. Photo: GETTY IMAGES
Ben Stokes roared in from the Pavilion End to get rid off Ajinkya Rahane, who edged him to fourth slip, and Dinesh Karthik, who was bowled neck and crop for a duck shortly after. Photo: GETTY IMAGES
Virat Kohli, dropped twice on 21 and 51 by Dawid Malan at slip, made the host pay dearly even as he ran out of partners at the other end. Photo: GETTY IMAGES
Virat Kohli forged crucial partnerships with the lower order en route to a gritty 22nd international hundred. He finished with 149 off 225 balls - an innings peppered with 22 hits to the fence and a six off his penultimate ball. Thanks to his heroics, the visitor finished just 13 behind England's first-innings score. Photo: GETTY IMAGES
Ravichandran Ashwin produced a carbon copy of the delivery that had claimed Alastair Cook in the first innings to dismiss the southpaw as India walked off the field having tilted the scales in its favour courtesy a Kohli special. Photo: GETTY IMAGES