India vs England: Hosts survive jittery final session to draw 1st Test

India survived a jittery final session Sunday, reaching 172-6 in 52.3 overs on the fifth day, to secure a draw in the first test against England

FP Sports November 13, 2016 19:04:45 IST
India vs England: Hosts survive jittery final session to draw 1st Test
India vs England Hosts survive jittery final session to draw 1st Test

India survived a jittery final session Sunday, reaching 172-6 in 52.3 overs on the fifth day, to secure a draw in the first test against England. Indian captain Virat Kohl, right, shakes hand with England's cricket captain Alastair Cook at the end of the fifth day. AP

India vs England Hosts survive jittery final session to draw 1st Test

Indian players celebrate the wicket of England's batsman Haseeb Hameed on the fifth day of the first Test between India and England in Rajkot. AP

India vs England Hosts survive jittery final session to draw 1st Test

England captain Alastair Cook raises his bat and helmet after scoring his century in Rajkot. AP

India vs England Hosts survive jittery final session to draw 1st Test

Alastair Cook, right, is greeted by Indian captain Virat Kholi on the fifth day of the first Test match between India and England in Rajkot. AP

India vs England Hosts survive jittery final session to draw 1st Test

England's bowler Chris Woakes, right, celebrates the wicket of Indian batsman Gautam Gambhir with Joe Root. AP

India vs England Hosts survive jittery final session to draw 1st Test

England's players celebrate the wicket of Indian batsman Murali Vijay. AP

India vs England Hosts survive jittery final session to draw 1st Test

England's bowler Moeen Ali, second from left, celebrates the wicket of Indian batsman Ajinkya Rahane with his team. AP

India vs England Hosts survive jittery final session to draw 1st Test

Virat Kohli, left, walks back with Ravindra Jadeja at the end of the fifth day of their Test match between India and England in Rajkot. AP

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