5) Ajinkya Rahane
Rahane had a similar fate to Kohli, getting off to a start before losing his wicket. He was India’s top scorer in the first innings with a valiant 49, but lost his wicket away to a well-thought-out but poorly executed stroke. Neil Wagner was the bowler to dismiss him, and he deserves a lot of credit for setting the trap that Rahane fell into.
The Mumbaikar was in a worse situation the next time around, with India completely on the back foot following Kohli and Pujara’s dismissals. Ajinkya Rahane started building a partnership with Pant but was unluckily out for 15, trying to nudge an innocuous ball down the leg-side.