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India vs England 4th Test Day 2: India takes a lead

India vs England 4th Test Day 2: India takes a lead

India vs England 4th Test Day 2 Match Summary: India were 24 for 1 at the end of Day 1. Pujara and Rohit came in to bat on the second day.

Rohit Misses Half Century By A Single Run

While Pujara got dismissed early on, Rohit Sharma played somewhat slow innings and made 49 runs before he was dismissed by Ben Stokes. He played 144 balls and smashed 7 boundaries.

Kohli Dismissed On 0

While fans were expecting a lot from the Indian skipper Kohli. But, he got out by Ben Stokes. Ajinkya Rahane too failed to play a decent inning as he managed to score just 27 notches.

Critics have already asked this question regarding Rahane that despite his poor performance, why is he being continuously allowed to play for the team.

Pant’s Century

Rishabh Pant single-handedly made sure that the Indians don’t lose their grip on the match. In a spectacular hundred, he made 101 runs in just 118 balls. However, he played as if it was an ODI match against the English.

Also, he reached his century by hitting a six and people on social media started to compare him with Virender Sehwag for what he did. In total, he hit 13 boundaries and a couple of sixes.

Sundar Fights On

While Pant got out on day 2 itself by James Anderson. And Ashwin got out after scoring just 13 runs. But, Washington Sundar held his nerve and is currently not out at the score of 60 runs.

Axar Patel will be with him on day three as the game begins. Currently, Patel has made 11 runs off 34 deliveries.

Anderson Keeps Going

Anderson kept going as he took a couple of wickets more on day 2. And surprisingly out of the 20 overs that he has bowled, 11 have been maiden. However, he got good support from Jack Leach and Ben Stokes. They took 2 wickets each. They made sure that no Indian batsman stayed on the crease for too long.

India vs England 4th Test Day 2 Stumps

India finishes the day with a score of 294/7 and is leading by 89 runs. Sundar and Axar were unbeaten on 60 and 11.




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