Shubman Gill was criticized by Sunil Gavaskar for throwing his wicket away with a poorly executed shot.
Sunil Gavaskar expressed disappointment in commentary, questioning Gill's shot selection.
Gill had batted till stumps on Day 1 and survived the difficult first hour on Day 2, only to lose his wicket cheaply.
Gill's wicket became the maiden Test wicket for England's debutant spinner Tom Hartley.
He scored 23 runs off 66 balls, having the slowest strike rate among all batters who passed the 20-run mark in the Test.
Gill's tendency to throw away starts has been a growing problem in his short Test career.
In 37 innings, Gill has crossed the 25-mark 10 times without reaching a half-century.
Gill's Test average of only 20 after 20 matches is a point of concern for a batter of his talent.
Despite Gill's dismissal, India ended the first session at 222/3, with KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer building a strong partnership.