Ravichandran Ashwin and Keaton Jennings light up Day One of Mumbai Test

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KL Rahul, Ravichandran Ashwin and skipper Virat Kohli celebrate the fall of Jonny Bairstow’s wicket on Thursday. (BCCI)

KL Rahul, Ravichandran Ashwin and skipper Virat Kohli celebrate the fall of Jonny Bairstow’s wicket on Thursday. (BCCI)

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Keaton Jennings is congratulated by teammates after he was given his England cap before the start of day’s play in Mumbai on Thursday. (BCCI)

Keaton Jennings is congratulated by teammates after he was given his England cap before the start of day’s play in Mumbai on Thursday. (BCCI)

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England skipper was relieved to see that there was no Mohammad Shami to face and it reflected on the brisk runs being scored in the morning session. (BCCI)

England skipper was relieved to see that there was no Mohammad Shami to face and it reflected on the brisk runs being scored in the morning session. (BCCI)

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Keaton Jennings had a nervy start to his Test career, where he was dropped on 0 by Karun Nair in the gully. But he settled down and was England’s best batsmen of the day. (BCCI)

Keaton Jennings had a nervy start to his Test career, where he was dropped on 0 by Karun Nair in the gully. But he settled down and was England’s best batsmen of the day. (BCCI)

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Keaton Jennings celebrates his maiden Test fifty in the opening session. (BCCI)

Keaton Jennings celebrates his maiden Test fifty in the opening session. (BCCI)

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Alastair Cook gave India some respite as he was stumped by Parthiv Patel of Ravindra Jadeja just before lunch. (BCCI)

Alastair Cook gave India some respite as he was stumped by Parthiv Patel of Ravindra Jadeja just before lunch. (BCCI)

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Ravindra Jadeja celebrates the wicket of Alastair Cook with India skipper Virat Kohli . (BCCI)

Ravindra Jadeja celebrates the wicket of Alastair Cook with India skipper Virat Kohli . (BCCI)

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Haseeb Hameed watched the day’s proceedings with his family. Hameed, who was replaced by Jennings after he got injured, was seen applauding the debutant’s ton. (BCCI)

Haseeb Hameed watched the day’s proceedings with his family. Hameed, who was replaced by Jennings after he got injured, was seen applauding the debutant’s ton. (BCCI)

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Keaton Jennings celebrates his maiden ton. Jennings is the third England cricketer to score a debut ton against India. (BCCI)

Keaton Jennings celebrates his maiden ton. Jennings is the third England cricketer to score a debut ton against India. (BCCI)

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Ravichandran Ashwin removed the danger man Joe Root to get India back in the game. (BCCI)

Ravichandran Ashwin removed the danger man Joe Root to get India back in the game. (BCCI)

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Amidst all the excitement, there was real scare for umpire Paul Reiffel who was hit by a ball thrown from the boundary. (BCCI)

Amidst all the excitement, there was real scare for umpire Paul Reiffel who was hit by a ball thrown from the boundary. (BCCI)

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Paul Reiffel was taken to Breach Candy hospital where doctors gave him the clean chit. (BCCI)

Paul Reiffel was taken to Breach Candy hospital where doctors gave him the clean chit. (BCCI)

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Ravichandran Ashwin turns it around for India. Here he celebrates the fall of Moeen Ali, who skied a sweep shot to Karun Nair. (bcci)

Ravichandran Ashwin turns it around for India. Here he celebrates the fall of Moeen Ali, who skied a sweep shot to Karun Nair. (bcci)

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In the same over Ravichandran Ashwin dismissed Keaton Jennings, who was caught smartly at gully by Cheteshwar Pujara. (BCCI)

In the same over Ravichandran Ashwin dismissed Keaton Jennings, who was caught smartly at gully by Cheteshwar Pujara. (BCCI)

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By the time Jonny Bairstow fell, trying to sweep Ashwin, England had dug themselves in a hole. (BCCI)

By the time Jonny Bairstow fell, trying to sweep Ashwin, England had dug themselves in a hole. (BCCI)

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