India's Jasprit Bumrah dismissed Joe Root and Ollie Pope in an aggressive and intense period of play.

 England's opening batsmen, Zak Crawley and Ben Duckett, made a strong start for their team, contributing 59 runs.

Kuldeep Yadav was defeated by Crawley, a former player who scored 76 runs in 78 deliveries. Kuldeep Yadav was unable to recover.

 Jaiswal received minimal support during the Indian innings, with Shubman Gill's 34 being the highest score.

 Despite Jaiswal's final score on Day 1, none of the partnerships he had with his teammates exceeded 100 runs.

 Shubman Gill displayed remarkable improvement in his recent Test innings but was ultimately outsmarted by the brilliance of James Anderson.

 India's strategy for their second innings in Hyderabad last week was distinct from their initial plan.

 India's opening pair accumulated a mere 40 runs in 17.3 overs before Rohit fell victim to Bashir's first Test wicket.