Kohli and Pujara put India on course for big total
- Hosts reach 317-4 at stumps
- Kohli, Pujara add 226 for third wicket
- Kohli unbeaten on 151
- Anderson takes three wickets on return
Cook tried everything to separate the duo, including asking his bowlers to operate with eight fielders on one side to stem the flow of runs and frustrate the batsmen.
Anderson returned to finally break the partnership when Pujara was out on 119 after getting a thick edge to wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow.
Kohli then added 68 for the fourth wicket with Ajinkya Rahane before the latter was out for 23 to give Anderson his third scalp. None of England's spinners managed a wicket on the first day.