Friday , April 19 2024

IND vs ENG: Second day's play ends, England's score 207/2

Another day's play is over. England's score is 207 runs at the loss of two wickets. England is now just 238 runs behind India in the first innings. Duckett returned to the pavilion unbeaten on 133 runs. Duckett has strengthened England's grip on the match. Duckett's century also took away the shine of Ashwin's 500th wicket. India will have to take maximum wickets in the first session to stay in the match on the third day.

Day-2: Third session

Oli came forward: Siraj finally brought great success to India. Siraj took the wicket of Pope. Pope was out after scoring 39 runs. However, England's score has reached 182 runs at the loss of 2 wickets in just 30 overs. Duckett is playing after scoring 119 runs. Root has come to the crease.

Ben Duckett's century

England's opening batsman Ben Duckett has completed his century in just 88 balls. After 26 overs, Duckett is scoring 106 runs on 89 balls. Duckett's innings included 20 fours and one six. England's score is 152 runs at the loss of one wicket.

England's score crosses 100

England's score has crossed 100. After 18 overs, England's score is 104 runs at the loss of one wicket. Duckett is playing after scoring 73 runs on 65 balls. Pop has reached a score of 10.

Ashwin created history

Ashwin has become the second bowler in the history of Test cricket to take the fastest 500 wickets. Ashwin achieved this feat in the 98th test. The record of taking the fastest 500 wickets is in the name of Muralitharan. Muralidhar took 500 wickets in just 87 test matches. Kumble completed 500 wickets while playing his 105th Test.

Crawl out: Ashwin took his 500th Test wicket. Ashwin is the second Indian bowler to take 500 Test wickets. Ashwin sent Crowley back to the pavilion. England's first wicket fell at 89 runs.

Great start for England

England had a great start. England's score in 10 overs is 67 runs without any loss. Duckett has scored a half-century in just 39 balls. Team India needs to take wickets quickly.

Day-2: Second session of play ends

Till the tea break, England's score was 31 runs without any wicket. Ben Duckett is playing after scoring 19 runs in 22 balls with the help of four fours. While Jack Crawley is in the game after scoring 6 runs on 15 balls. England got five runs from the penalty. Now the English team is 414 runs behind India.

England's innings begins

The third test match between India and England is being played at Niranjan Shah Stadium in Rajkot. The Indian team is out for 445 runs in its first innings. After this, England started their first innings with 5 runs from penalty. Jack Crawley and Ben Duckett have come to open for England. Jasprit Bumrah has started the first over for India.

India's first innings ends

The Indian team is out for 445 runs in its first innings. Ravindra Jadeja scored 112 runs for India. While captain Rohit Sharma played an inning of 131 runs. Apart from this, Sarfaraz Khan contributed 62 runs, Dhruv Jurel contributed 46 runs and Ravichandran Ashwin contributed 37 runs. In the end Jasprit Bumrah played an innings of 26 runs in 28 balls. Bumrah hit three fours and a six. Whereas for England, Mark Wood took the maximum of four wickets. Apart from this, Rehan Ahmed got two successes. James Anderson, Tom Hartley and Joe Root took one wicket each.

Dhruv Jurel out: The Indian team has lost its 9th wicket on the total score of 415. Dhruv Jurel missed a half-century in debut test. Jurel was caught behind the wicket by Ben Focus off the ball of Rehan Ahmed. He scored 46 runs with the help of 2 fours and 3 sixes.

Ashwin out: Ravichandran Ashwin was caught out by James Anderson on the ball of Rehan Ahmed. Ashwin scored 37 runs with the help of 6 fours. In this way, Team India's eighth wicket fell on the total score of 408.

India's score crosses 400 runs

Team India's score has crossed 400 runs. There was a partnership of 70 runs between Ravichandran Ashwin and Dhruv Jurel. Jurel is playing on 32 runs and Ashwin on 37 runs. Ashwin has hit 6 fours. Whereas Jurel has so far hit two fours and one six.

Day-2: First session ends

The play of the first session of the second day is over. The Indian team scored 62 runs losing two wickets in 27 overs. India's score is now 388 runs for seven wickets. On the second day, Ravindra Jadeja scored 112 runs and Kuldeep Yadav scored 04 runs. After this, Dhruv Jurel and Ravichandran Ashwin made a partnership of 57 runs. Till lunch time, Ashwin returned unbeaten after scoring 25 runs and Jurel returned unbeaten after scoring 31 runs. For England today, Joe Root took one wicket and James Anderson took one wicket.

50 run partnership

Dhruv Jurel, playing his first Test, has reached 26 runs with the help of one four and one six. While Ravichandran Ashwin is on 25 runs with the help of four fours. There is a partnership of 51 runs between the two in 121 balls.

Five run penalty on India

On the first day, Jadeja ran in front of the wicket. Now Ashwin also ran right in front of the wicket to take a single. In such a situation, India got a penalty of five runs. That means England has got five runs. India's score is now 359 runs for seven wickets. Ashwin is playing on 18 runs and Jurel is playing on 10 runs.

India's score crosses 350

Team India's score is currently 352 runs for seven wickets. Ashwin is playing with 11 runs and Jurel is playing with 10 runs. Both have made a partnership of 21 runs in 43 balls. Mark Wood, who took three wickets on the first day, was ineffective today.

Ravindra Jadeja out: Joe Root has given the seventh blow to Team India. Ravindra Jadeja returned to the pavilion after scoring 112 runs. Today India lost two wickets for just five runs.

Kuldeep Yadav out: James Anderson gave England the sixth success in the fourth over of the second day. India lost the sixth wicket for 331 runs. Kuldeep Yadav was out after scoring four runs. He was caught behind the wicket by Anderson.

The first day was in the name of India

The first day of the third test was in the name of India. By the end of the day's play, India had scored 326 runs at the loss of 5 wickets. Jadeja returned to the pavilion unbeaten after scoring 110 runs. Rohit Sharma played an explosive inning of 131 runs. Sarfaraz Khan played a brilliant inning of 62 runs in the debut match before being run out. Mark Wood managed to take 3 wickets for England. The first day of the third Test was entirely in the name of India.

England's playing XI: Zak Crawley, Ben Duckett, Ollie Pope, Joe Root, Jonny Bairstow, Ben Stokes (c), Ben Foakes (wk), Rehan Ahmed, Tom Hartley, Mark Wood, James Anderson.

India's playing eleven: Yashasvi Jaiswal, Rohit Sharma (captain), Shubman Gill, Rajat Patidar, Sarfaraz Khan, Ravindra Jadeja, Dhruv Jurel (wicketkeeper), Ravichandran Ashwin, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj.