Openers Rory Burns and Haseeb Hameed were unbeaten on 21/0 against England after 7 overs, trailing India by 57 runs in the first innings on the first day of the third Test at Headingley in Lee .
Virat Kohli, who faces James Anderson, has always been a mouth-watering match and whatever happened in the second Test, he focused on the Indian captain, who scored four runs for two from India. Made. Kohli hit the boundary and played 16 cautiously but the England veteran was able to trap the Indian captain with a full throw off the stumps and a wrong shot. The ball took the outer edge of the Kohli bat and went into the hands of Jose Butler behind the stumps. After taking Kohli's big wicket, Anderson appeared in full swing as he celebrated enthusiastically with his teammates.