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Jasprit Bumrah celebrating after the wicket  |  Photo Credits: AP
- The first test is being played between India vs England
- The two teams are clashing at Nottingham’s Trent Bridge ground.
- England team won the toss and elected to bat first
Nottingham: The Indian team had the upper hand on the first day of the first test match against England. India bundled out England’s innings for just 183 on Wednesday, thanks to the brilliant bowling of Jasprit Bumrah (4 for 46) and Mohammed Shami (3 for 28). After this the visiting team scored 21 runs without any loss in their first innings. At the end of the day’s play, openers Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul remained unbeaten on 9-9 runs.
Earlier, England’s first innings was just 183 runs in 65.4 overs. Captain Joe Root (64) scored the most runs for England. Apart from them Jonny Bairstow (29), Jack Crowley (27), Sam Curran (27 not out), Dominic Sibley (18), Stuart Broad (4) and James Anderson contributed 1 run. At the same time, four England players – Rory Burns, Daniel Lawrence, Jos Buttler and Ollie Robinson could not open their account. For India, apart from Bumrah and Shami, Shardul Thakur took two while Mohammad Siraj took one wicket in his bag.
England’s poor start
Electing to bat after winning the toss, the England team got off to a bad start. Opener Rory Burns lost his wicket without opening the account. Burns was made his victim by fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah in the very first over of the innings. Bumrah took out four balls and then put the fifth ball inside. Burns dodged it and the ball hit the pad. Bumrah appealed for LBW and the umpire raised a finger. However, Burns did not seem to agree with the decision and decided to seek a review, to no avail.
Jack Crowley becomes victim of Siraj
England’s second wicket fell in the form of Jack Crowley. He batted well, but he could not play a big innings. Crowley scored 27 runs in 68 balls with the help of 4 fours. He became the victim of fast bowler Mohammad Siraj in the 21st over. He tried to stop the ball coming in but missed the swing. The ball took the inner edge of the bat and went into the lips of wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant. However, the bowler and the umpire did not feel it. After this, Pant asked captain Kohli to take a review, after which Crowley had to return to the pavilion. Crowley put on 42 runs for the second wicket with Dominic Sibley.
India’s first session
The first season was in the name of the Indian team. The Indian bowlers kept the pressure on the England batsmen during this period. England lost the wickets of Rory Burns (0) and Jock Crowley (27). Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammad Siraj took one wicket each for India. At lunch, England’s score was 61/2 in 25 overs. Dominic Sibley was playing on 18 and captain Joe Root on 12.
Shami sent the pavilion to Sibli
England got the third blow in the form of Dominic Sibley. Opener Sibley scored runs at a slow pace. He could only score 18 runs in 70 balls. He hit 2 fours in his innings. Mohammed Shami showed Sibli the way to the pavilion in the 28th over. Shami forces Sibley to play the flick. In such a situation, KL Rahul, who was present at short midwicket, did not let the opportunity go and took the catch. His wicket fell on the total score of 66. He shared a 24-run partnership with Joe Root for the third wicket.
England scored a hundred in 243 balls
After recovering from a poor start, England patiently completed their hundred. The hosts completed 100 runs in 40.1 overs i.e. 243 balls. The team got 10 extra runs during this period. Jonny Bairstow hit a four and took England beyond 100. England scored the first 50 runs in 136 balls while they needed to play 107 balls to make the next fifty.
Bairstow played an innings of 29 runs
England got the fourth blow in the form of Jonny Bairstow. Bairstow, who came to the crease after Dominic Sibley, supported Joe Root well. He added 72 runs for the fourth wicket with Root. However, Bairstow could not play a big innings. He scored 29 runs in 71 balls with 4 fours. He lost his wicket on the second ball of the 51st over. He was lbw by Mohammed Shami. Bairstow gulped a good length ball off the inside off-stump. The umpire did not give out on Shami’s appeal, after which captain Kohli decided to take DRS. This decision went in favor of India. Bairstow’s wicket fell on the total score of 138.
India dominated in the second session as well
Like in the first session, the Indian bowlers did not give England a chance to score fast in the second session as well. India sent two England batsmen – Dominic Sibley and Jonny Bairstow – to the pavilion in the second session. Mohammad Shami took both the wickets. However, Joe Root held onto one end firmly. Till the tea break, England’s score was 138/4 in 50.2 overs. Root was playing on 52 runs.
Daniel Lawrence out for zero
England’s fifth wicket fell as Daniel Lawrence. Lawrence, who came out to bat after Bairstow’s departure, could not even open his account. He made Mohammed Shami his victim on the last ball of the 51st over. Shami got Lawrence caught behind the wicket by Rishabh Pant as soon as the game of the third session started. The ball hit the gloves and landed in Pant’s gloves.
Jos Buttler’s unopened account
England had high hopes from wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler when Daniel Lawrence was dismissed, but he did not perform as expected. Butler lost the wicket without opening his account. He faced 18 balls but could not score any runs. He was dismissed by Jasprit Bumrah in the fifth ball of the 56th over. Butler wanted to apply a cover drive but the ball took the edge of the bat and went into the gloves of wicketkeeper Pant. He returned to the pavilion with a total score of 145.
Joe Root hits 50th half-century
England got the seventh blow in the form of captain Joe Root. Captain Root, who came to play at number four, played a half-century innings. He scored 64 runs in 108 balls with the help of 11 fours. His innings was ended by Shardul Thakur on the first ball of the 59th over. He went lbw in an attempt to stop the ball. This is the 50th fifty of his Test career. His wicket fell on the total score of 155. Shardul hit Olly Robinson on the fourth ball of the same over. Robinson gives a catch to Mohammed Shami at mid-on. He could not score any run after playing three balls.
Broad-Anderson out cheaply
The last batsmen Stuart Broad and James Anderson were dismissed cheaply. Broad scored 4 runs in 3 balls. He was lbw by Jasprit Bumrah in the 60th over. Anderson, on the other hand, could only score 1 run in 11 balls. He was the last player to return to the pavilion. He was bowled by Bumrah. However, Anderson played well for Sam Curran for a while. Both shared a 23-run partnership for the 10th wicket. Karan remained unbeaten on 27 off 37 balls. He scored 4 fours and 1 six in his innings.
KL Rahul returns to Test team
KL Rahul has returned to the Indian Test team after two years. Rahul played his last Test match against West Indies in August 2019. He will open the innings with Rohit Sharma. Fast bowlers Shardul Thakur and Mohammad Siraj have also been given a chance. Both of them have been included in place of Ravichandran Ashwin and Ishant Sharma. The only spinner in the team is Ravindra Jadeja. On the other hand, Jonny Bairstow and Sam Curran are back in the England team. The England captain said that it has been a long time since we played together.
What did both the captains say after the toss
England won the toss and invited India to bowl first. After the toss, English captain Joe Root said that we have decided to bat first. There is little movement in the wicket. If we start well in the first hour, we can take advantage of it. It’s always exciting to play a big series like this. Hope we do well. At the same time, Indian captain Kohli said that last time England had decided to bowl first here and we wanted to bat first. We would like to do well with the ball in the first session and try to get some early breakthroughs. It is rare to win in England and Australia in the same year.
This year both of them have competed in the test.
India and England clashed in Tests earlier this year. When the England team visited India, it played in a four-Test series in February-March. England won the first Test by 227 runs, but then the Indian team made a spectacular comeback to take the series 3-1. India won the second test by 317 runs, the third match by 10 wickets and the fourth by an innings and 25 runs. Now India is yet to be tested in England conditions. The Indian team last played a Test series in England in the year 2018, in which it had to face a 4-1 defeat at the hands of the British.
England’s upper hand against India
The England team has an upper hand against India in Tests. The two teams have met 126 times in Tests, with England winning 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 Tests played on England’s soil. 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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