Cook, Pietersen make MS Dhoni eat his words in Mumbai test
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Ojha had the dogged Compton caught at slip with a sharply turning ball for 29 and then fooled Trott with an arm ball to trap the batsman leg before as England slumped from 66 for no loss to 68 for two.
Their dismissals brought together Cook and Pietersen who batted out the last session while adding 101 runs.
Neither Ojha nor off spinner Ashwin, who took four wickets in the first game, got the same amount of turn or bounce that Panesar found in the morning.
Both were also guilty of not sticking to a consistent line, with Ashwin slightly better than his spin partner till Ojha came on for a fresh spell to claim two quick wickets.
Harbhajan, playing his first Test after the disastrous tour to England in 2011, started off well by getting some turn and bounce, but later on became predictable and could not trouble the batsmen.
While Ojha was the most successful Indian bowler of the day with two for 65, Ashwin and Harbhajan gave away 54 and 47 runs, respectively, without tasting success. Zaheer Khan bowled economically in short spells.
Harbhajan was not summoned into the attack till the 25th over while Yuvraj Singh was not given a single over by skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
In the morning, England finally dismissed Pujara for the first time in three innings as India were all out 22 minutes before lunch.
Pujara was the ninth man out at 316, after batting for almost the entire day yesterday and with just half an hour left for lunch today.
It was Pujara who pulled India out of a deep hole on the first day when India were struggling at 169 for six at one stage. He was lured out by Swann and wicketkeeper Matt Prior did the needful.
Pujara's seven and a half hour vigil lasted 350 balls. He struck 12 fours.