After a good first day, India continued in the second day with help of a century stand between the Tail BhuviShami after losing 4 quick wickets after lunch been in a good position. Here are the twitter reactions of the game. India crossed 450 in 1st attempt but Cook fails even crossing 10.

BCCI forgot instructions.

Sir Ravindra Jadeja batting like it is a T20.

Ali missed a certain hundred.

Bhuvi batting like Dravid and Shami like Dhoni.

Final wicket bunnies – England.

England in love with No.11 batsmen.

What a type of batting by Tail to celebrate first anniversary of the world record.

We can hold on till Cook’s batting ends.

Cook is now playing worse that 40-year old Sachin used to.


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