Having begun the day at 198-7 in their first innings after being contained by India's bowlers on Friday, England scored far more freely as Buttler — not for the first time in the series — rescued his team from a perilous position. England's tailenders once again frustrated India's attacking unit to make a remarkable comeback in the dead rubber. Earlier on Day 1, Alastair Cook and Moeen Ali scored their respective fifties as well.
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