India’s famous fast bowling unit brought their team to the pole position for the 15th time and bowled out England for 284 runs, before the hosts got the top order at the doorstep in the fifth day’s charming third day game. Succeeded in setting foot. Assay. At stumps, India had scored 125 for 3 in their second innings. چیتشور پجارا (50 batting, 139 balls) Demonstrating his brave avatar with half a century, competing against him in the company of the brilliant رشبھ پنت (30 batting, 46 balls). The overall lead was 257 runs.
Kohli, as always, got the best delivery of the entire third day when the rival captain Ben Stokes One was found for the length of the rear-up and no batsman would be able to avoid such a delivery with less than a split second of reaction time.
Kohli, standing two feet off the batting crease, was literally taking his best step to the defense from 17 yards and tackling these questions. James Anderson Kept asking but luckily his name was written outside the off stump.
Pujara played his usual waiting game with occasional square kits, providing clips and widths of his fingers. Pant, on the other hand, took mixed precautions with aggression and if he stayed for an hour on the fourth morning, he would completely turn the tables.
While India have never lost a Test match in recent years with a lead of more than 100 runs, the current England team Brendan McCullumThe philosophy of ‘Bazbal’ (relentless attack) has made a mockery of the pursuit of about 300 runs.
India would like to score at least 275 in their second article and give England a target of at least 400-plus to end the match.
The third day is considered a dynamic day in Test cricket and things are moving at a really dangerous pace as England scored 4.61 runs per over, courtesy Johnny Barstow(106 off 140 balls) counter-attack third century at most games.
Bairstow was quick but cruel in his attack which hit him with 14 fours and two sixes.
But, in the last two years, according to India’s overseas script, captain Jaspreet Bumrah (3/68 in 19 overs), Mohammad Shami (78/2 in 22 overs) and Muhammad Siraj (4/66 in 11.3 overs) kept up the pressure to ensure a significant lead of 132 runs.
Shardul Thakur (1/48) was taken to the cleaners by Bairstow but his delightful ability to take important wickets saw him get rid of Stokes (25) when the partnership of 66 seemed dangerous.
Kohli sleds, Bairstow hammers
The morning session was with Barstow (106 off 140 balls), who thwarted the Indian attack after a massive sled by Kohli.
Kohli had something to say to Bairstow about his ‘play and miss’ game and the England batsman had no one to carry the baggage.
After the fight, Bairstow began to wield his arms and played a lot of high shots at mid-off and clipped some towards the mid-wicket boundary.
“Please don’t hit Johnny Bairstow’s bear again,” leading commentator Ian Bishop tweeted. Virender Sehwag He jokingly said that Kohli had forced Bairstow to become “Pant from Pujara”.
Bairstow, who was seen struggling during the last hour of the second day, played in the first 20 minutes of the morning and did not remember.
But once Bumrah continued the attacking field, he had a lot of options in front of the wicket.
Where Thackeray found Stokes’ precious skull, Bairstow punished him severely with a ramp shot, followed by a square drive.
There was also a maximum Regal pick-up bridge on Siraj’s bowling.
Thackeray hit two more sixes as the morning session was for England before India returned to the next one.
Bumrah creates pressure, Siraj won the prize.
Once Barstow completed his 11th Test century off 119 balls with a cover point to Shardul Thakur (1/48 in 7 overs) and the third in as many games, he suddenly went into the shell.
Captain Jaspreet Bamrah (3/68 in 19 overs), who has played the game of dreams as an individual actor, batting repeatedly, uttered a probing spell.
In the next 20 balls, Barstow scored just six runs after his devastation, hitting 14 fours and two sixes.
Bottled by Bamrah, Bairstow had no choice but to try a wide drive when the Syrians made a full delivery on the fourth stump line. As a result, Kohli took a leap to the thick edge, cleverly correcting his pointless engagement with the batsman.
Once Bairstow-Sam Billings (36) The 92-run stand ended, with Siraj bowling fast and adding another 43 runs to take the remaining three wickets.
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