Yashasvi Jaiswal, India's opening batsman, suffered lower back discomfort after scoring a century in the third Test against England. 

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In spite of the fact that he was in pain, Jaiswal's performance was characterised by extraordinary technique and relentless aggression. 

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On-air analysts Ravi Shastri and Sunil Gavaskar speculated that Jaiswal's discomfort may have been due to his celebrations after the century. 

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In spite of the fact that he was in pain, Jaiswal's performance was characterised by extraordinary technique and relentless aggression. 

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Jaiswal was removed from the inning as a result of the discomfort that he was experiencing, which prompted worry among both the squad and the crowd. 

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A criticism was levelled by Sunil Gavaskar and Ravi Shastri over Shubman Gill's runout for 91 on Day 4 of the match. 

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Because to a confusion with Kuldeep Yadav, Gill was unable to get his fourth century score. He fell short by nine runs. 

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Gill's decision to attempt a run when there was no opportunity to do so was criticized, leading to his disqualification for 91. 

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India took their third wicket of the inning and second of the day just before lunch, but it did not significantly impact the match. 

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India entered the lunch break with a score of 314/4, holding a 440-run lead of 440 runs, with Jaiswal not out on 149. 

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