India vs England I bharat banaam England match ka taaza score I IND vs ENG 1st Test LIVE cricket score India vs England first test scorecard match updates Nottingham I India vs England I bharat banaam England match ka taaza score I

India vs England I bharat banaam England match ka taaza score I IND vs ENG 1st Test LIVE cricket score India vs England first test scorecard match updates Nottingham I India vs England I bharat banaam England match ka taaza score I

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KL Rahul scored a half-century in the second test&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credits:&nbspTwitter

Headlines

  • Rain affected the play of the second day of the first test between India and England
  • In reply to England’s first innings, India scored 125/4 till stumps on the second day.
  • India is currently 58 runs behind England’s score with 6 wickets remaining.

Trentbridge: The play of the second day of the first Test between Team India and England on Thursday ended early due to rain. The umpires declared the stumps after waiting for a long time. In reply to England’s first innings of 183 runs, India scored 125 runs for the loss of 4 wickets in 46.4 overs till the stumps on the second day. KL Rahul 57 * and Rishabh Pant 7 * are frozen at the crease. The Indian team is currently 58 runs behind England’s score with 6 wickets remaining.

latest update

Update: Covers have been removed. The inspection was done at 8:30 pm Indian time. It has been reported that the match will start in half an hour.

It’s tea time. India lost three wickets in the second session.

Looks like it’s starting to rain. Umbrellas have opened at Trent Bridge. The umpires have returned to their rooms and the work is being done to cover the pitch with covers.

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KL Rahul’s 12th half-century

KL Rahul completed 12th half-century of his Test career by scoring two runs in the first ball of the 41st over of the innings by Ollie Robinson. Rahul scored his first half-century against England. The right-handed batsman completed his fifty in 128 balls with the help of 8 fours.

Ajinkya Rahane run out

The difficulties of the Indian team increased when Ajinkya Rahane (5) was run out and returned to the pavilion. On the second ball of the 44th over of the innings, KL Rahul played a light-handed shot and called Rahane forward to take a run and then sent it back. Rahane had come a long way and it was difficult to get back. A precise throw from Jonny Bairstow ended Rahane’s innings.

Pujara flop again

Cheteshwar Pujara (4), who came to bat after Rohit Sharma, was expected to have a long innings as he has been under criticism for his consistent poor performance. But Pujara could not stay at the crease and returned to the pavilion by giving a catch to wicketkeeper Jos Buttler on the best ball of James Anderson.

Kohli has come and gone

After this Virat Kohli came and went to the crease. Yes, since November 2019, Kohli, who came to the crease in search of an end to the drought of international centuries, was dismissed on the very first ball. James Anderson’s ball took the outer edge of his bat and wicketkeeper Jos Buttler took a simple catch.

Brilliant opening pair of Rahul-Rohit

Rohit Sharma (36) and KL Rahul made a great opening for India. India extended their innings on the second day with a score of 21 runs. Both the batsmen thrashed the English bowlers and shared a 97-run partnership. Rohit-Rahul made the biggest opening partnership for India in England since 2011. At the same time, this was the best partnership for India in the last 10 years in the army countries. Olly Robinson bowled the third ball of the 38th over for short length, on which Rohit played a shot in the air. Sam Curran took a simple catch near the boundary.

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India completes 50 runs

Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul got India off to a great start after bowling out England for 183 runs. Both put on a half-century partnership for the first wicket. Both the batsmen took time to settle at the crease and then increased the run-rate. India had added 50 runs in 27.2 overs.

Mohammed Shami and Shardul Thakur chat about their performance after the first day’s play.

The BCCI congratulated the Indian men’s hockey team for winning the bronze medal in the Olympics.

This year’s series

There was a Test series between India and England earlier this year. The England team came to India to play a four-match Test series, where they were defeated by the hosts 3-1. England won the first Test by a huge margin of 227 runs. After this, India came back strongly and won the second Test by 317 runs, the third Test by 10 wickets and the fourth Test by an innings and 25 runs.

England has the upper hand in statistics

The England team has an upper hand against India in Tests. Both the teams played 126 matches in Tests, in which England have won 48 matches. Indian team got success in 26 matches. Apart from this, 49 Tests between both the teams were left in the draw. At the same time, India’s record has been very disappointing when it comes to the Tests played in England. India has played a total of 62 Tests in England and has won only 7 matches. England, on the other hand, tasted victory in 34 matches. 21 Tests were drawn.

Both playing XI

England Cricket Team: Joe Root (captain), Rory Burns, Dominic Sibley, Jack Crowley, Jonny Bairstow, Daniel Lawrence, Jos Buttler, Sam Curran, Ollie Robinson, Stuart Broad, James Anderson.

Team India: Virat Kohli (capt), Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Mohammed Siraj and Shardul Thakur.


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