He snared six wickets on Day 1 and instrumented the downfall of the English batters as they fell for the measly score of just 112 and Axar ensured that Joe Root would be questioning his decision to bat first, lying on his bed at the end of the night. In response, India ended Day 1 on 99, with the loss of 3 wickets, trailing by 13 runs and the hosts would be looking to swell this lead up to a big, big one. The visitors, on the other hand, would want to come out and make the pink ball talk, right from the first ball on Day 2 and ensure that India ends up with a low score too. Will India be able to take a hefty lead or will the English Lions roar and come back to do well with the ball? All the answers coming up shortly.