Joe Root (ENG) MoM: The weather disrupted what would have been a very interesting final day. Great Test match to play in and watch as well. Sets up the series really well and hopefully we can take it into the next games. We certainly believed we could win. We knew we would have opportunities if we took our catches and kept our fields. It's a shame it ended this way. There are certain areas where we want to get better in. We want to get better at the top of the order and take our catches. We need strong characters. We want to keep that enthususiasm in, it is fun scoring runs and a fun game. Really relishing the opportunities in front of us. We have to deal with till the schedule changes and the setup changes. The experienced guys have it easier going from white ball to Test cricket, but the youngers guys might not have that experience. It must be quite challenging for our youngsters, but that's no excuse. To finally get to my century was a relief given how I played throughout the day. I think India have a very good seam attack and credit to them for the way they bowled. I just wanted to put the pressure back on them with a few shots. Certainly feel full of confidence on the back of that.
Virat Kohli (IND): We were expecting rain on days three and four but it chose to come on day five. It would have been enjoyable to play and watch, but it's a shame. This is exactly what we wanted to do; start strong. On day five we knew we had our chances. We certainly felt like we were on top of the game. Getting that lead was crucial, but it's a shame we couldn't finish day five. Getting to fifty overnight was important. We just didn't want to play for survival. Our intent kept us ahead. It's hard work of three odd weeks for our bowlers with the bat. We were talking of a lead of 40-odd but we ended up with 95 and those runs were gold dust. Most likely this will be our template in this series, but adaptability has been our strength. The conditions and the pace on the wicket need to be seen, but this team will be our template. England and India have always been a blockbuster and looking forward to the next Test.
Play abandoned for the day and Match drawn
10:35 local, 15:05 IST: There's a steady drizzle which has escalated into rain the last few minutes meaning we may not start on time.
That is Stumps on Day 4. India need 157 runs with 9 wickets in hand
Over 13.6 Ollie Robinson bowls a half volley to Cheteshwar Pujara, Boundary! Gets forward and driven sweetly to hit the middle and scream across the practice wickets square on the off-side.
Over 13.5 Ollie Robinsonbowls a pitched up deliveryto Cheteshwar Pujara, no run, gets forward and driven crisply down the ground back to the bowler.
Over 13.5 Ollie Robinson bowls a back-of-length delivery to Cheteshwar Pujara, no ball and Boundary!
Over 13.4 Ollie Robinson bowls a back of length delivery to Cheteshwar Pujara, no run, hangs on the back foot and dabs the good length delivery in front of slip cordon with soft hands
Over 13.3 Ollie Robinsonbowls a good length deliveryto Rohit Sharma,1 run, goes back in the crease and worked away wide of mid-wicket for an easy single
Over 13.2 Ollie Robinsonbowls a good length deliveryto Rohit Sharma, 2 runs, gets forward and drags it from wide of off and slots it to the left of long leg fielder. A diving stop from Curran to prevent the boundary
Over 13.1 Ollie Robinsonbowls a pitched up deliveryto Rohit Sharma, no run, comes on to the front foot and driven straight back to the bowler.
Over 12.6 SCJ Broadbowls a good length deliveryto Cheteshwar Pujara, no run, gets forward and went with hard hands the edge flew off the pad before falling tantalizingly close to the fielder at square leg
Over 12.5 SCJ Broadbowls a good length deliveryto Cheteshwar Pujara, no run, gets forward and looks to flick and gets a thick edge onto pad
Over 12.4 SCJ Broadbowls a pitched up deliveryto Cheteshwar Pujara, no run, presses across and dinks it towards mid-on.
Over 12.3 SCJ Broadbowls a pitched up deliveryto Cheteshwar Pujara, Boundary! Gets across the line and flicks it away through mid-wicket and the ball raced away to the fence for four.
Over 12.2 SCJ Broadbowls it short of lengthto Rohit Sharma,1 run, goes deep inside the crease and controls the pull and drags it square to the right of the fielder in the deep.
Over 12.1 SCJ Broadbowls a good length deliveryto Rohit Sharma, no run, hangs back to plonk it into the leg-side