With an hour to play, in which a minimum of 15 overs were to be bowled, all four possible results were in play with India 69 runs from victory with six wickets available.
“bÛsurk ;re ?k“ .S;fhka tl /hska ckmaßh;ajhg m;a jqkq fla’ iqðjd .dhk Ys,amsksh .ek” ld,fhka ld,hg úúO mqj;a uefjkjd’
fï w;r” weh wef.a Ôúf;a isoaO jqkq f,dl= fmr“ysre f.disma“
ysre f.disma “;re is;a;ï“ iuÛ tl;= jQ weh jeäÿrg;a i|yka lr isáfha weh yd wð;a fjka ù jirla .;ù we;s njhs’
tys iïmQ¾K l;dny my;ska’
But despite the loss of Mayank Agarwal soon after the break, Rishabh Pant rose to the challenge – just as all 20 India players to represent their country in the four-Test Vodafone Series have done since they were humbled for 36 in the first match – to lead the triumphant charge with an unbeaten 89 from 138 deliveries.