Rohit attributed his sublime first innings half-century to the positive intent that he displayed during the day-night third Test in which England got thrashed by 10 wickets
Root also said that England's bowlers have to learn to put pressure on batsmen in these conditions and could have done better on the first day of the Test
The off spinner puts India on brink of a massive series-levelling victory against England
England lead the four match series 1-0 after defeating India by a massive 227 runs in the first Test.
Kohli was dismissed cheaply for 11 runs when he edged off-spinner Dom Bess to short leg.
However, the online media is abuzz with another act that was caught in the day but off the field.
The Indian team looked down and out during the day’s play and former England captain Michael Vaughan hit out at the hosts’ players for not showing intent.
Root reached his double ton with a six over long-on off the bowling of R Ashwin.
India took reviews in the 108th and 109th overs but both of them were turned down.
Stokes, who took guard at the start of the second day's play after opener Dominic Sibley was dismissed in the last over of the first day
Joe Root is playing the 100th Test match of his career after having made his debut during the series against India in 2012.
"We know he is a fantastic player and he has got a fantastic record in particular, so it is going to be a great challenge to come up against him,” said Root.
A lot of sides will look at that series that happened in Australia and take huge amounts of confidence from it. Huge credit to India for going there and winning. It is a very difficult place to win.
The International Cricket Council announced the nominees for the inaugural Player of the Month Awards which will "recognise and celebrate the best performances from both male and female cricketers across all forms of international cricket throughout the year".
Some of the Indian players and members of the support staff also landed in this southern city, airport sources said.