After a good first day, India continued in the second day with help of a century stand between the Tail Bhuvi–Shami 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.
Last time round in 2011, both India and Alastair Cook failed to cross 300. India’s highest was 300 whereas Cook’s was just 294. #EngvsInd
— Gaurav Sethi (@BoredCricket) July 10, 2014
BCCI forgot instructions.
BCCI brought the pitch with them but forgot to tell England to not take wickets it seems!
— CCN™ (@CricCrazyNIKS) July 10, 2014
Sir Ravindra Jadeja batting like it is a T20.
— Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadeja) July 10, 2014
Ali missed a certain hundred.
Moeen Ali misses his hundred by three. Deserved to get there!
— Arjun Ashok (@arj_90) July 10, 2014
Seems Bhuvi has practiced with Dravid in the nets and Shami with Dhoni… 😀
— Prakash Sinha (@Predicto_Praky) July 10, 2014
Final wicket bunnies – England.
The average 10th wicket partnership vs England in their last 26 Tests is 32.27.
— Andrew Samson (@AWSStats) July 10, 2014
England in love with No.11 batsmen.
Tino Best, Ashton Agar, Mohammad Shami. I love each and every one of you #EleventhHeaven
— Peter Miller (@TheCricketGeek) July 10, 2014
What a type of batting by Tail to celebrate first anniversary of the world record.
11th July, 2013 Agar-Hughes at Trent Bridge put on 163(187 balls). On eve of its 1st anniversary Bhuvi-Shami put on 87*(181 balls). #ENGvIND
— Sampath (@SAMPATH_B24) July 10, 2014
We can hold on till Cook’s batting ends.
*ring ring* “Hello” “Hi, is Alastair Cook there?” “Sorry, he’s batting. Can I take a message” “It’s okay. I’ll hold”
— Simply Sean (@SimplySean_) July 10, 2014
Cook is now playing worse that 40-year old Sachin used to.
The moment people started comparing Cook to Tendulkar, since then he began playing like a 40-year old. #EngvInd
— Sonali Dhulap (@pillya) July 10, 2014