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Monday, 19 November 2012

Alastair Cook 21st Test 100 vs India Highlights: England in India 2012-13

Interview-Cheteshwar-Pujara-INDIA vs ENGLAND 1st Test:

At the end of Day 5: England 2nd innings 406 all out in 154.3 overs (A Cook 176, M Prior 91, PP Ojha 4/120, U Yadav 3/70); India 2nd innings 80/1 in 15.3 overs (C Pujara  41*, V Sehwag 25, V Kohli 14*, G Swann 1/46)
At the end of Day 4: England 2nd innings 340/5 in 128 overs (A Cook 168*, M Prior 84*, U Yadav 2/60)
At the end of Day 3: England 1st innings 191 all out in 74.2 overs (M Prior 48, A Cook 41, PP Ojha 5/45, R Ashwin 3/80); England 2nd innings 111/0 in 38 overs (A Cook 74*, N Compton 34*)
At the end of Day 2: India 1st innings 521/8 decl. in 160 overs (C Pujara 206*, Yuvraj Singh 74, G Swann 5/144);England 1st innings 41/3 in 18 overs (A Cook 22*, K Pietersen 6*, R Ashwin 2/21, PP Ojha 1/3)
At the end of Day 1: India 1st innings 323/4 in 90 overs (V Sehwag 117, C Pujara 98*, Y Singh 24*, G Swann 4/85
Man-of-the-Match: Cheteshwar Pujara for his unbeaten knocks of 206 and 41

# Alastair Cook (176 off 374 balls) has posted his fourth highest score in Test cricket.

# Cook's marvellous knock is the highest individual innings by an England player after following on, surpassing Ken Barrington's 172 in the 1961-62 Kanpur Test against India. His innings is the second highest by a captain after following on behind Salim Malik's 237 for Pakistan against Australia at Rawalpindi in 1994-95.

# Cook was at the crease for 556 minutes for his 176 - the second longest in terms of minutes by an England player in India, next only to the 563 by Graeme Fowler for scoring 201 in the 1984-85 Chennai Test. Cook's knock is the sixth longest in terms of minutes by a visiting player on Indian soil.

# Apart from Cook, no other visiting player has batted for such a long period in the second innings of a Test. Andy Flower had batted for 544 minutes for his marvellous 232 not out in the 2000-01 Nagpur Test.

source: bcci.tv
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