india vs england 2st Test LIVE: Third day game starts, now India’s bowlers test
The Indian bowlers will have a great opportunity to prove themselves on the third day of the second match of the five-match series between India and England at the Lord’s ground in London. On the second day, only 35.2 overs could be played, in which Team India’s first innings was reduced to only 107 runs. Ravichandran Ashwin has scored the most runs from India. He played 29 runs innings Virat Kohli (23) was the highest run scorer with 23 runs. James Anderson has the highest five wickets from England. He has 99 Test wickets at Lord’s.
On the first day of the match the rain was climbed and without one ball was dropped. Anderson took five for 20 runs. Chris Woakes has two successes. Stuart Broad and Sam Kurian got one wicket each. In this match everything went in favor of England except for fielding. If the fielders of England had caught the opportunity, then India would have gone back to the pavilion and England finished the day by making some runs in their first innings.
Match could start on the second day
The match was tossed on the second day, England’s captain Joe Root won and invited India to bat. The conditions were absolutely favorable for the bowlers. The ball was swinging well. Anderson’s spineless ball swinging like this has swung the stump of Murali Vijay in the first over of the innings. Murali returned the pavilion without opening the fifth ball of the first over. It was difficult for the Indian batsmen to play Anderson’s swing balls. Lokesh Rahul (8) also did not understand Anderson’s swing and the ball went into the hands of wicketkeeper Johnny Berytsto with a very fine edge of his bat.
On the second day in the first session
, India’s score was 11 runs in the loss of two wickets in 6.3 overs. Then the rain came and the game stopped. After a while, when the match started again, in the misunderstanding between Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara (1), Pujara to return to the pavilion after run out. After that, when the game started in the third session, Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane had certainly kept the England bowlers from taking wickets for some time. But in the 22nd over, Virat became the victim of Chris Woakes by 23 runs. From here the Indian innings faltered. Butler took hearty Pandya (11) catches on the ball of Volks. Sam Kurian’s best ball Dinesh Karthik (1) on the total score of 62.
Ashwin and Rahane batted for a while and batted for a while. Anderson’s knock of 22 runs broken by both the pair and Anderson and Cook duo put on an overall score of 84, with Rahane’s 18-ball innings in 44 balls, which included two fours. It was Anderson’s third wicket inning. After this, Anderson did not let Kuldeep Yadav open the account. And LBW is out at zero. Ashwin’s innings ended at Broad’s total score of 96. He hit four fours in 38 balls. Mohammed Shami, who remained unbeaten on 10, reached India 100. Anderson completed Ishant Sharma’s five-wicket haul and ended the Indian innings.
First test win ahead of England
Team India lost the first Test with only 31 runs. England scored 287 runs before winning the toss in this match but team India Virat’s 149 runs with the help of only 274 runs out. England, with the help of 13, reduced the margin to 180 runs, India scored 194 runs. This goal lost by 31 runs due to team India achievement and dismissed for 162 runs, with England getting a 1-0 lead in the series.