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Ishant Sharma sees the back of Kevin Pietersen castling him with a yorker after having been struck for a boundry and thundering six in the previous deliveries.
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England are for 224-5 in 47 overs after being put into bat in the 4th one-day international against India at Mohali on Wednesday.
Pietersen made 76 off 93 ball with seven boundaries and a six adding 78 runs for the fifth wicket with Joe Root.
Ravichandran Ashwin goes for 17 in the 45th over as Joe Root hoists him over midwicket before crashing his through the covers while Pietersen ends the over by lofting him over mid off for another boundary.
Kevin Pietersen reaches his half century in style driving Suresh Raina through the cover and blasts Shami Ahmed for another boundary in the next over.
Joe Root dropped at first slip by Virat Kohli off Ishant Sharma has managed to pick up a couple of boundaries in the batting Powerplay overs as India tighten the noose.
Ravindra Jadeja holds a brilliant return catch to dismiss the dangerous Samit Patel for 1 in the 37th over.
Ravichandran Ashwin has struck a double as Eoin Morgan throws his wicket away skieing to Yuvraj Singh in the deep in the 34th over.
Alistair Cook's glorious innings comes to an end adjudged leg before to Ravichandran Ashwin for an enterprising knock 76 off 106 balls with 13 fours.
He was the dominant partner in the 95-run stand for the second wicket with Pietersen though replays showed the ball pitched on leg.
England are making steady progressed despite being pegged by the spin twins Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin in the middle overs.
Alistair Cook refused to be tied down by the spin of Ravichandran Ashwin cracking two boundaries in the 26th over.
Alistair Cook reached his 15th ODI half century in the 23rd over to put England on top.
Cook's 50 which came off 74 balls contained nine hits to the fence.
The half century partnership for the second wicket came in 77 balls.
Kevin Pietersen gets his first boundary with a blistering drive down the ground off Ravichandran Ashwin.
Alistair Cook seems to setting the tempo of the match pulling Ishant Sharma to the square leg boundary in the 16th over.
Alistair Cook seems to take a fancy to Ishant Sharma bringing up England's 50 in the 14th over clipping the bowler to the square leg fence for his seventh boundary.
Alistair Cook continues to flay the Indian attack being unfazed by the dismissal of his partner Ian Bell hitting Ishant Sharma for his sixth boundary in the 11th over.
Ishant Sharma strikes with Bhuvneshwar Kumar taking a superb catch at third man as Ian Bell gives the charge in the 10th over which is a wicket maiden.
Ian Bell gets into the act thumping Bhuvneshwar Kumar twice to the leg side boundary in the seventh over.
Shami Ahmed has been hit for three boundaries by left hander Alistair Cook in the sixth over.
Alistair Cook has hit the first boundary of the England innings with an exquisite cover driver off Shami Ahmed in the fourth.
India have won the toss and will bowl first in the 4th one-day international against England at Mohali on Wednesday.
Rohit Sharma has been recalled in place of Ajinkya Rahane.
Craig Kieswetter gives way to Joe Buttler for England.
India are hoping to seal the five-match series leading 2-1.