Ravindra Jadeja played for half a century, and then on the third day of the first test against England at Nottingham Trent Bridge, he wagged his tail to ensure that India had a 95-point lead in the first game.
The comeback man Oli Robinson used his Virgo five goal kick to allow the England team to continue the hunt.
Thanks to Jadeja’s half-century of the 16th century-56 of 87 balls-and 73 contributions from the past three partners, India hit 278 in the first game, in response to England’s 183 .
Robinson was recently suspended for racism accusations. He shot 5 of 85 hard shots in 26.5 games, but James Anderson made 4 of 54 shots, perhaps more influential in the context of the Indian game.
Anderson became the third highest wicket in the cricket test when He surpassed the Indian legend Anil Kumble. Now only Muttiah Muralitharan and Shane Warne are ahead of Anderson.
emphasize – ENG v IND, test 1, day 3
When the rain took away another whole day of the game, Rory Burns (11 not) and Dom Sibley (9 not) in the England opener had eliminated 25 points from the deficit in the first game, but India still Leading into the last two days of the game.
In the opening match, Rahul laid the foundation for India with his excellent 84 strokes, and Jadja grabbed the initiative with his characteristic enterprise, hitting 8 4s and 6s out of 56 deliveries out of 86 deliveries. With it, Jadeja fully paid for the confidence that the team management showed in him after he made a major move to get R. Ashwin out of XI.
The Indians are competent for this task, especially Rahul and Jadeja and others, while Jasprit Bumrah (28 years old) and Mohammed Shami (13 years old) contributed useful running.
Earlier, Rahul continued to challenge the England bowlers with tenacious determination, as India surpassed the home team’s first game score in another rainy opening game. In that game, Jadeja’s knocks included Sam Curran’s pleasant retreat in bowling and Stuart Broad’s boarding.
After England scored 183 points on the first day, the Indian team’s lead at lunch was still small, but it still provided the Indian team with a psychological advantage as it tried to build on that. It was another rainy day, with only 11 deliveries due to continuous drizzle in the first 95 minutes.
However, during the World Test Championship final against New Zealand, Pant (25 of 20 goals) was ready to take off from where he left in Southampton. The gorgeous left-hander rushed to the track, hitting Anderson’s border through the screen. The goal was to stifle any outswing (Anderson’s inswing) and reach the pitching area.
When Robinson dug a short line, he made a hook shot uncontrollably, but the thick edge had enough power to make six points. Robinson knew that Pant’s life was dangerous and kept a short cover to successfully set the trap.
A long ball stopped on him because Pant attacked without reaching the pitching area, and the short ball screen opened.
However, Rahul was not worried because he was close to his body and left most of the deliveries in the fourth and fifth stumps outside the passage. But when he sent a wide delivery to the border, he did take his cover drive out of the closet.