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Mohammad Siraj and Rishabh Pant&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credits:&nbspAP


  • india vs england second test
  • This match is being played at Lord’s
  • India scored 364 runs in the first innings

London: The Indian team had the upper hand on the second day of the second Test against England as well. England scored 119 for three in their first innings in the second Test in reply to India’s 364 on Friday. England’s team is still 245 runs behind. Captain Joe Root was on 48 and Jonny Bairstow was on six when the stumps were dislodged.

Not a good start in England’s first innings. Openers Rory Burns and Dom Sibley could only put on 23 runs for the first wicket. This partnership broke after the dismissal of Sibley. He was made his victim by fast bowler Mohammad Siraj on the second ball of the 15th over. Sibley wanted to hit the flick shot but was caught by KL Rahul at midwicket. He scored just 11 runs in 44 balls. He also scored a boundary during this.

After this, Siraj showed Haseeb Ahmed the way to the pavilion on the third ball of the same over. He got beat and bolted at a speedy pace. From here, Burns and Joe Root took the lead. The two shared an 84-run partnership, which did not give the heavyweight camp a chance to cheer for long. India’s third success came in the form of Burns in the 42nd over. He was lbw by Mohammed Shami. Burns scored 49 runs in 136 balls with 7 fours. His wicket fell on the total score of 108.

Earlier, India started playing ahead of 276 runs for three wickets in the morning and adding 88 runs, the team piled up. India played 126.1 overs in the first innings. KL Rahul (129) scored the most runs for India. Apart from them, Rohit Sharma (83), Virat Kohli (42), Ravindra Jadeja (40) and Rishabh Pant (37) batted well. At the same time, Cheteshwar Pujara (9), Ishant Sharma (8), Mohammed Shami (0), Jasprit Bumrah (0) and Ajinkya Rahane contributed 1 run. For England, James Anderson took five wickets while Ollie Robinson and Mark took two wickets each. Moeen Ali gets a wicket.

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KL Rahul played an innings of 129 runs

India got the fifth blow in the form of KL Rahul. Rahul, who remained unbeaten on 127 on the first day, could not last long on Friday. He could only add two runs in his innings and became the victim of Ollie Robinson in the second ball of the 91st over. He hit a cover drive and was caught by Dom Sibley. Rahul played an innings of 129 runs in 250 balls with 12 fours and 1 six. This is the sixth fifty of his Test career. His wicket fell on a total score of 278. He made two very important partnerships for the first and third wickets.

Ajinkya Rahane again cheaply out

India’s fourth wicket fell as vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane. Rahane, who came out to bat after Vakohli’s departure, could only make 1 run in 23 balls. He could not add any runs to his innings on the second day. He was made his victim by veteran fast bowler James Anderson on the first ball of the 92nd over. Rahane wanted to stop the good length ball on the off-stump but the ball went to the outside edge of the bat in the hands of captain Joe Root in the first spill. He returned to the pavilion with a total score of 282. Let us tell you that Rahane had scored 5 runs in the first innings of the first Test. He did not get a chance to bat in the second innings.

Wicketkeeper Pant missed half century

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India got the sixth blow in the form of wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant. Pant faced the English bowlers boldly but he missed out on a half-century. He scored 37 runs in 58 balls. Pant hit 5 fours in his innings. His innings was ended by Mark Wood in the 110th over. He gave a catch to Jos Buttler behind the wicket in the process of making a cut. He added 49 runs for the sixth wicket with Ravindra Jadeja.

After Pant returned to the pavilion, Mohammed Shami became the victim of Moeen Ali in the next over. Shami gives a catch to Rory Burns at short mid-wicket. He could not even open his account. His wicket fell on a total score of 336. India’s eighth wicket fell in the form of Ishant Sharma. He scored 8 runs in 29 balls with 1 four. He was lbw by Anderson in the 124th over. Jasprit Bumrah was then dismissed for zero in the 126th over. Bumrah was also dismissed by Anderson.

Jadeja held the front till the end

Ravindra Jadeja, who came out to bat after Rahane returned to the pavilion, took the lead till the end. He returned to the pavilion as the last to bat. He was caught by Mark Wood at the hands of James Anderson. Jadeja scored 40 runs in 120 balls with 3 fours. Indian team could cross the 350 mark only because of their tough face. Let us inform that Jadeja had scored a half-century in the first Test while playing at number seven.

Electing to bat after losing the toss, Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul got the Indian team off to a great start. Both shared a 126-run partnership for the first wicket. This is India’s third century partnership for the first wicket at Lord’s and the first since 1974. However, Rohit missed his maiden Test century on foreign soil. He scored 83 runs in 145 balls with the help of 11 fours and a six. In the first two sessions, Rohit took the main responsibility of scoring runs, while after his dismissal, Rahul performed this responsibility very well.

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Cheteshwar Pujara failed once again. He scored 9 runs in 23 balls. Captain Virat Kohli also played a struggling innings of 42 runs off 103 balls and shared 117 runs for the third wicket with Rahul. Among the England bowlers, James Anderson (2 for 52) was the dominant batsman. He missed the ally from the other end. England took the new ball soon after the completion of 80 overs, taking advantage of which Ollie Robinson (1 for 47) took the wicket of Kohli. Captain Joe Root looked desperate for a wicket and he also lost two ‘reviews’ in the meantime.

England’s dominance against India

England is dominant against India in Tests. The two teams have met 127 times in Tests, with England winning 48 matches. Indian team got success in 26 matches. Apart from this, 50 Tests in both the teams ended in a draw. At the same time, India’s record has been very poor when it comes to Tests played on England’s soil. India has played a total of 63 Tests in England and have won only 7 matches. England, on the other hand, tasted victory in 34 matches. 22 Tests were drawn.

India-England playing XI

India: Virat Kohli (Captain), Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant (WK), Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Siraj.

England: Joe Root (c), Rory Burns, Dom Sibley, Haseeb Ahmed, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler (wk), Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Olly Robinson, Mark Wood, James Anderson.

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