Dom Bess took centre stage with four wickets as England hammered home their advantage in the first Test against India. The hosts responded to an imposing first-innings score of 578 by scrapping to 257 for six at stumps, with Bess running through a high-class middle order.

Capturing the India captain, Virat Kohli, at bat-pad for just 11 was the off-spinner’s moment of the day – and probably his career thus far – and he also ended a thrilling counterattack from Rishabh Pant for 91.

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