4th Test: Ravichandran Ashwin leads India's fightback with four wickets on Day 1
Ravichandran Ashwin put up an impressive show on Day 4 of the Mumbai Test. The off-spinner dismissed Keaton Jennings, Joe Root, Moeen Ali and Jonny Bairstow to bring India back in the contest.
Alastair Cook won the toss and elected to bat first in Mumbai.
Keaton Jennings made his Test debut for England. Ian Botham handed him his first cap.
Ravindra Jadeja gave India the first breakthrough. He dismissed Cook for 46.
Joe Root failed to make an impact in the 1st innings.
Keaton Jennings started his career with a bang. The left-hander scored 112 on debut.
Moeen Ali played a fine knock of 50 runs. Along with Jennings, he put on 94 runs for the 3rd England wicket.
In a freak incident, umpire Paul Reiffel was hit on the head by a throw from Bhuvneshwar Kumar. He had to leave the field for a CT scan.
Injured Haseeb Hameed cheered on his teammates from the Wankhede Stadium stands.
Ravichandran Ashwin was star of the day for India with figures of 4 for 75.
Ben Stokes played a gritty knock for England in the final session. The left-hander remained unbeaten on 25 runs off 84 balls.