England opener Alastair Cook made his last Test outing a memorable one as he scored his career’s 33rd Test century. Cook, who made Test debut in 2006, became the fifth batsman to score a century in his first and last Test. In his debut match against India at Nagpur, Cook scored 60 in the first innings and unbeaten 104 in the second innings as the match ended in a draw.  India vs England Live Score 5th Test Day 4

During Cook’s maiden Test century, the left-hander was dropped by Harbhajan Singh in 90s. The discarded Indian spinner, who is doing commentary in ongoing India vs England Test series, took to Twitter to recall that moment. “I am part of this piece of history..dropped cookie in his 90s on his debut...now here he is .. what a LEGEND,” tweeted Harbhajan. Alastair Cook Becomes 5th Batsman to Score a Century in His Debut and Last Test

Cook, who had announced about his retirement after the fourth Test, looked in good touch in both the innings of the fifth Test. In the first innings, Cook scored 71 off 190 balls and now in the second innings crossed the three-figure mark.

Meanwhile, England continued to dominate the proceedings in the final Test and took their lead past the 300-run mark. Apart from Cook, Joe Root scored a century as well. The England captain after the lunch break on day four registered his 14th Test century.

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