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Live updates from the 2nd Test Day 3 between India and England show that England concluded the day at STUMPS with a score of 67/1. They require 332 runs to secure victory.|Reddy Anna

In the ongoing 2nd Test between India and England, Day 3 witnessed a captivating display of skill and determination. Following a stellar bowling performance by Indian bowlers, particularly led by Jasprit Bumrah's six-wicket haul on Day 2, it was the Indian batsmen who showcased their prowess on Day 3. Setting a formidable target of 399 runs for England to chase, thanks to Shubman Gill's impressive century, the Indian team exhibited resilience and grit.

Shubman Gill scored 104, a third Test century in 147 balls
Shubman Gill is now the third Indian to score a century playing at number 3 after 2018

Gill's magnificent innings of 104 runs, comprising 11 boundaries and 2 sixes, marked his third Test century, solidifying his position as a formidable batsman at number 3 for India. Alongside Gill, Axar Patel's contribution of 45 runs bolstered India's total, although the rest of the batting lineup couldn't capitalize as much, with India eventually being bowled out for 255 runs in 78.3 overs.

In response, England commenced their chase but faced an early setback with Ben Duckett's dismissal by Ravichandran Ashwin. Currently, at STUMPS on Day 3, England stands at 67/1 in 14 overs, with Zak Crawley and Rehan Ahmed at the crease, needing 332 runs to secure victory.|Reddy Anna

The day began with England's dominance in the first session, claiming crucial wickets including Rohit Sharma, Yashasvi Jaiswal, Shreyas Iyer, and Rajat Patidar. However, Jasprit Bumrah's exceptional bowling performance, supported by Kuldeep Yadav and Axar Patel, turned the tide in India's favor, restricting England to 253 runs in their first innings, trailing by 143 runs.

As the match progresses, both teams continue to exhibit their strengths and strategies, promising an enthralling contest ahead.

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