Rohit Sharma fails, Gill and Iyer’s flop show continues; England remained strong

<पी शैली="पाठ-संरेखण: औचित्य सिद्ध करें;">IND Vs ENG: Despite Team India’s score being 6 wickets 332 runs on the first day of the second test, the game of the day was in the name of the opposing team. England’s bowlers kept India’s top order under control on a pitch that was conducive for batting. Apart from Yashasvi Jaiswal, no other batsman of Team India has been able to stay at the crease for long in favorable conditions for batting. Captain Rohit Sharma has increased the maximum tension of Team India. Rohit Sharma scored only 14 runs in the first innings. Not only this, in the last 8 Test innings, Rohit Sharma has not been able to score a half-century even once.

The poor form of Gill and Iyer is also increasing the problems of Team India. When Rohit Sharma got out early, Gill tried to play cautiously. Gill also looked to be in good touch after scoring 34 runs. But once again he returned to the pavilion after touching Anderson’s outgoing ball. Iyer’s string of failures continued in the second Test as well and he was out after scoring 27 runs.

Patidar, who was playing his debut match, along with Jaiswal tried to control India’s innings. However, Patidar was unlucky and was bowled after scoring 32 runs. After this Akshar Patel took charge. However, like other batsmen, Akshar also could not prolong the innings and walked out after scoring 27 runs. After this, KS Bharat was seen in attacking mode on the home ground and also hit a six. But just before the end of the day’s play, Bharat also left after scoring 17 runs.

England has a chance

In this way, England’s inexperienced attack was also successful in controlling the batsmen of Team India. England has come on the field with three spinners. Out of which this is Rehan’s third test, Hartley’s second and Bashir’s first. Despite this, England’s spinners kept India’s top order under control.

This is good for Yashasvi Jaiswal. Thanks to which Team India was saved from being all out before the end of the first day’s play. Jaiswal played an unbeaten inning of 179 runs in 252 balls. Jaiswal single-handedly managed to score more than half the runs for India on the first day. If Team India does not succeed in taking the score to 450 runs on the second day, then England has a great chance to take a 2-0 lead in the series.

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