Reaction from Trent Bridge after India managed their biggest score with the bat so far this tour finishing on 307-6 after the first day of the third test against England. Chris Woakes (3-75) reduced India to 82-3 at lunch after Joe Root had made the tourists bat but Kohli (97) and Ajinkya Rahane (81) put on 159 for the fourth wicket - India's first century-stand of the series - to take control. However, England hit back in the final session as Alastair Cook took a stunning catch off the bowling of Stuart Broad (1-64) to remove Rahane. Spinner Adil Rashid took only the one wicket but it was the most important dismissal for England with Kohli caught at slip by the recalled Ben Stokes. aJames Anderson (1-52) then had Hardik Pandya caught behind with the final ball of the day to leave the match evenly poised at the close, though India will be encouraged by its batting display.