Wicket has slowed down and first session tomorrow will be crucial, says Pragyan Ojha

"I am pretty pleased by taking a five-for against England in the first innings. They are a top side and are no 2 ranked in the world. But this is a long series and a lot of work needs to be done," Pragyan Ojha said.

updated: November 17, 2012 20:47 IST
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Ahmedabad: Having starred with a five-wicket haul, India's left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha said that the first session of play on Sunday would be crucial to the outcome of the first cricket Test against England.

"The first session would be crucial. It will set the tone for the rest of the game. We need to get quick wickets," said the 25-year-old, who bagged five for 45 to bowl out England for 191 in the first innings, prompting India to follow-on.

Thanks to Ojha and off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin's three for 80, India took a huge 330-run first-innings lead.

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