This mistake cost the Indian batsmen dearly in Hyderabad, they lost wickets in ‘sheep trick’

Mistake of Indian batsmen in Hyderabad Test: The second day of the first match of the five-match Test series being played between India and England in Hyderabad continues. After the completion of two sessions on the second day, host India is still far ahead in the match. But despite being in good condition, the Indian batsmen seem to be repeating the same mistake or rather, they are making ‘sheep moves’.

Team India, which is batting, has lost 5 wickets till the completion of two sessions of the second day and all the batsmen have thrown their wickets in an attempt to hit a four or a six. KL Rahul and Yashasvi Jaiswal lost wickets while trying to play big shots in the 80s. Apart from this, Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill and Shreyas Iyer also lost their wickets while trying to hit boundaries.

How and when did you lose wickets?

The first wicket of the Indian innings fell in the 13th over in the form of captain Rohit Sharma. Rohit (24) was out while trying to hit a six. Apart from this, India got the second blow in the form of Yashasvi Jaiswal in the 24th over, when after reaching the score of 80 runs, he tried to hit a four.

Gill, Iyer and Rahul also played ‘sheep trick’

Team India had lost two wickets in the chase for boundaries but the sequence did not stop here, Shubman Gill, Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul also fell victim to the ‘sheep trick’. India got the third blow in the form of Shubman Gill (23), who tried to hit a four in the 35th over but failed.

Then India’s fourth wicket fell in the 53rd over in the form of Shreyas Iyer (35), when he tried to hit a six. After this, KL Rahul, who was moving towards his century, also repeated the same mistake and lost his wicket. KL Rahul, who was batting on 86 runs, lost his wicket while trying to hit a six in the 65th over.

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