Wicket keeper Srikar Bharat Impressed by an unbeaten 70, even India’s top order failed to get batting practice on the first day of their warm-up match against Leicestershire in Leicestershire on Thursday. India ended the first day at 246/8. Deciding to bat after winning the toss, India’s top guns failed to fire as the visitors slipped to 81 for five. However, India shone during its 158-minute stay, before the rain quickly ended the day’s operation on Grace Road. Overall, the 28-year-old Andhra batsman hit eight fours and a six off 111 balls. On the stumps, Mohammad Shami was giving to the Indian company at 18.
Captain Rohit Sharma (25) and شبمن گل (21) was out after the start. The opening pair, ready to start India’s innings in the lone ‘fifth Test’, added 35 runs for the first wicket before being bowled out by fast medium bowler Will Davis.
Adding another 15 runs, India lost the wicket of Rohit, who hit three fours in the middle of his 64-minute stay. Rohit’s departure paved the way. Virat KohliAnd the former Indian captain seemed to take on the responsibility of supporting India.
in between, Hanuma Vihari (3) Came to bat at number three but went cheap on the ball of Roman Walker.
Shriyas Iyer Unable to open his account and after facing 11 balls, he went back to the dressing room, hitting Prasad with the waiting hands of Pant.
Interestingly, Prasad, who got the ball to swing brilliantly, got some advice from Kohli before the air was out.
Every worker Ravinder Jadeja He also failed to make an impact as he was declared LBW off Roman Walker, who ended the day with an impressive 5/24.
With his five batsmen in the hut, Kohli and wicketkeeper Bharat came together and added 57 runs to stabilize the ship.
However, Kohli fell victim to Walker with four fours and a six. Seymour, 21, was then dismissed. Shardul Thakur (6) Completing his five wickets and reducing India to 148 for seven.
Fast bowler Amish Yadav He scored 23 runs off 32 balls, hitting four fours in the process.
The test match, which was rescheduled after being abandoned last year due to the COVID-19 outbreak, will begin on July 1.
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