India faced an early failure in the second half of the game when Shubman Gil was fired after misreading the line against Olli Stone. The Indian opener did not offer a shot as the ball went into his right hand.
However, Rohit Sharma, remaining undisturbed by the dismissal, put India out of the brand with a magnificent drive across the extra cover of cover in the first ball of the next, by Stuart Broad.
Rohit used the width offered by Broad to drive delivery to the border.
Earlier, India won the throw and chose to participate in the second test against England.
India has made three changes to the country that lost the first test. They have rested Jasprit bumrah and led by Mohamed Siraj. Left-handed spinner Axar Patel, who is making his test debut, and Chinaman Kuldeep yadav replaced left-handed spinning with Shahbaz Nadeem and off-spinner Washington Sundar, respectively.
For England, bowling Stuart Broad enters for James Anderson, Olli Stone replaces the injured Joffra Archer Also sideways enters bowling without spin Mouen Ali in place of Dom Bess and Ben Fox for Joss Butler.