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Virat Kohli&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credits:&nbspAP

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  • Kohli batted in the second test
  • However, Kohli missed out on scoring a half-century.
  • He became Robinson’s victim after scoring 42 runs.

London: England fast bowler Olly Robinson called the dismissal of Indian captain Virat Kohli the biggest wicket of his career on the first day of the second Test, saying his plan to bowl against him at the fourth-fifth stump line (outside the wicket in the off) was successful. doing. Robinson, who took five wickets in the opening Test of the series at Trent Bridge, ended Kohli’s 42-run knock with the second new ball caught by Joe Root at slips.

‘Virat my biggest wicket’

KL Rahul (127 not out) scored his sixth career century and Rohit Sharma (83) scored a lucrative half-century as India posted 276 for three on day one on Thursday. Robinson said after the end of the first day’s play, ‘Virat is probably my biggest wicket so far so I was happy with it. It was a huge moment. Our plan was always to bowl against him at the fourth-fifth stump line. We were lucky that this plan worked.

“We definitely looked at the conditions and thought we might get some advantage here in the beginning,” he said. I think it (getting the wicket) could have happened some other day also. The 27-year-old bowler credited the Indian batsmen for their scintillating performance on day one but said that at times luck did not favor his team.

‘If luck had been good, I would have picked up wickets’

Robinson said, ‘About 10 to 15 times there was an occasion when the ball went close to the bat. Had we been lucky, we would have picked up two-three wickets during that period. He said, ‘I thought we bowled well. We worked hard against their batsmen, they deserve credit for batting well but to be honest, it was one of those days when the ball was going without hitting the edge of the bat.

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