India vs England 3rd Test: Session 1 Update: Anderson rips open Virat Kohli’s side at Leeds

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Anderson’s
effort
meant
India
ended
the
first
session
of
the
third
Test
at
Leeds
on
a
totally
discomforting
56
for
4,
a
hugely
disadvantageous
position
for
a
team
trying
to
extend
the
series
lead
to
2-0.

It
was
all
because
of
Anderson
doing
those
Anderson
things.
The
England
pacer
pitched
38
per
cent
of
his
ball
up
to
the
batsmen,
a
cool
14%
increase
from
the
second
Test
at
the
Lord’s
and
additionally
there
were
58
per
cent
deliveries
that
landed
on
the
good
length
spot
and
just
10
per
cent
of
short-pitched
balls.

The
stats
meant
India
batsmen
were
forced
to
play
at
deliveries
more
often
compared
to
the
Lord’s
Test.
KL
Rahul
left
couple
of
deliveries
alone
but
could
not
resist
the
temptation
of
pushing
at
a
fuller
delivery,
and
Jos
Buttler
did
the
rest
behind
the
wickets.

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The
Buttler-Anderson
combination
came
into
play
soon
when
the
pacer
opened
up
Chetehswar
Pujara
with
a
delivery
that
came
in
that
wee
bit
before
leaving
him,
and
also
cramping
him
for
space.

Buttler
took
an
easy
catch
behind
the
stumps.
But
a
bigger
blow
for
India
was
in
store
as
Anderson
took
care
of
an
old
foe

Virat
Kohli.
Kohli
once
again
looked
in
no
turmoil
at
the
crease
and
began
to
leave
the
ball
alone
with
ease.

There
was
even
a
well-timed
push
to
the
long-off
area
that
fetched
him
three
runs
off
Ollie
Robinson.
But
once
again
Anderson
pitched
that
ball
far
up
to
Kohli
and
forced
him
to
play
at
it,
resulting
in
a
healthy
edge
to
Buttler
behind
the
stumps.

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Once
Robinson
dismissed
Ajinkya
Rahane
off
the
last
ball
before
the
first
session,
India
slipped
into
a
marshy
land.
Can
Rohit
Sharma
and
the
rest
bail
India
out
of
this
manmade
hole?

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