Why Virat Kohli made Jadeja bowl in Lords test second day| Virat Kohli forced to bowl to Ravindra Jadeja on the second day of Lord’s Test match. Virat Kohli forced to make Ravindra Jadeja bowl on second day of Lords Test against England|

Why Virat Kohli made Jadeja bowl in Lords test second day| Virat Kohli forced to bowl to Ravindra Jadeja on the second day of Lord’s Test match. Virat Kohli forced to make Ravindra Jadeja bowl on second day of Lords Test against England|

Virat Kohli at Lord's cricket ground

Virat Kohli&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credits:&nbspAP

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  • India vs England – 2nd Test Match – Lord’s Cricket Ground
  • Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli was forced to take a strange step
  • Captain Kohli bowled to Ravindra Jadeja on the second day

Despite having four fast bowlers, Indian captain Virat Kohli (Virat Kohli) was forced to include left-arm spinner Ravindra Jadeja in the attack on the second day of the Lord’s Test. Kohli took the decision on the second day of the second Test against England when the skies were cloudy and the conditions were perfectly fit for the fast bowlers. Let us know what was the reason for this.

When Indian captain Virat Kohli got Jadeja bowling on the very next day, everyone was shocked. The reason for this was India’s slow over-rate in the first Test, due to which they were deducted from the four points they had earned from the draw. Now that every Test match is a part of the ICC World Test Championship, it is important to stay at the top of the table at the end of the two-year cycle and every point counts. The reason for this is that only two teams with the same points will qualify for the final.

Ravindra Jadeja bowling in second test against England at Lords

conditions were not favorable

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In the conditions in which Kohli bowled to Jadeja, a slow bowler like Jadeja was not suited to the conditions, especially where the pitch still had strips of grass and small signs of wear and tear. In other words, there was a need to deploy fast bowlers at both ends. But from the standpoint of the ICC’s new, no tolerance on over-rates, the decision was taken at the hands of Kohli.

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The decision was taken keeping in mind the slope

Jadeja was brought in from the nursery end to drive the ball down the slope on the historic side-way ridge of the Lord’s Cricket Ground. Interestingly, as soon as he completed his four-over spell, and Mohammed Shami replaced him, Roy Burns was declared LBW.


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