India vs England, 2nd Test: Hosts on top after late Alastair Cook dismissal

England captain Alastair Cook was finally dismissed in the last over of the fourth day on Sunday, leaving India needing eight more wickets to win the 2nd Test.

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India vs England, 2nd Test: Hosts on top after late Alastair Cook dismissal
India vs England 2nd Test Hosts on top after late Alastair Cook dismissal

England captain Alastair Cook was finally dismissed in the last over of the fourth day on Sunday in a defiant 188-ball innings, leaving India needing eight more wickets to win the second Test. The visitors were at 87-2 in its second innings at stumps after almost 60 overs as they chase an improbable target of 405 — another 318 runs — for victory with one day left. AP

India vs England 2nd Test Hosts on top after late Alastair Cook dismissal

Ajinkya Rahane (26) and Virat Kohli (81) had added another 19 runs in the morning before the collapse began. England's Adil Rashid celebrates with teammates the dismissal of India's Wriddhiman Saha on the fourth day of their second Test match in Visakhapatnam. AP

India vs England 2nd Test Hosts on top after late Alastair Cook dismissal

Adil Rashid also got the all-important wicket of Indian captain Virat Kohli. AP

India vs England 2nd Test Hosts on top after late Alastair Cook dismissal

Adil Rashid celebrates with teammate Ben Stokes the dismissal of India's Umesh Yadav on the fourth day. AP

India vs England 2nd Test Hosts on top after late Alastair Cook dismissal

Jayant Yadav (27 not out) and Mohammed Shami (19) put on 42 runs for the last wicket before Shami was stumped by Jonny Bairstow off Moeen Ali. AP

India vs England 2nd Test Hosts on top after late Alastair Cook dismissal

England's Haseeb Hameed bends to avoid a rising delivery on the fourth day of their second Test match against India in Visakhapatnam. AP

India vs England 2nd Test Hosts on top after late Alastair Cook dismissal

India's Mohammed Shami, right, reacts after Haseeb Hameed, left, hit a boundary on his delivery. AP

India vs England 2nd Test Hosts on top after late Alastair Cook dismissal

England's captain Alastair Cook bats on the fourth day of their second Test match against India in Visakhapatnam. AP

India vs England 2nd Test Hosts on top after late Alastair Cook dismissal

India's captain Virat Kohli, right, and Ravichandran Ashwin celebrate the dismissal of England's Haseeb Hameed. AP

India vs England 2nd Test Hosts on top after late Alastair Cook dismissal

Indian players wait for a television umpire decision on England's batsman Haseeb Hameed, right, after asking for a review on the fourth day of their second cricket test match in Visakhapatnam, India, Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Aijaz Rahi)

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