India's victory over Pandya's bowling attack
Sports Desk August 20, 2018, Monday, 11:49
India sits on the driver's seat in the third test to save the series against England. In response to India's runs of 329 in the first innings in the first innings by Hendik Pandey in Trent Bridge, England was deflated for 161 points. Pace bowling all-rounder Pandya took five wickets in the best bowling alley. Virat Kohli started the second inning with a lead of 168 runs and the team of Virat Kohli. Team India finished the second day with 124 for two at the end of the day. Lead raised to 292 Cheteshwar Pujara (33) and skipper Kohli (8) remained unbeaten at 8 points. Two openers Shikhar Dhawan (44) and Lokesh Rahul (36) were fired for a duck. Earlier, India started the second day with 307 runs for 6 wickets and lost the remaining four wickets for 22 runs. Kohli missed the Century for 3 runs on the first day. In their first inning, Alastair Cook (29) and Keithton Jennings (20) started a good start in the 54-run opening partnership. The hosts were all out for 107 runs. Kohli in the 25th on Bowled Pandey. First, Captain Joe Root of England (16) attacked Rahul's catch on Pandya slip. England loses the fourth wicket with 86 runs In the swing bowling exhibition the English batting order played a spell of 29-balls under the spell of the game. Pandey scored 28 points in a Maiden total of 6 overs. Harbhajan Singh & # 39; s record of taking five wickets in the fastest time (for the ball) of India. The experienced spinner took 5 wickets in 27 balls in the Kingston Test against the West Indies in 2006. India will not have the opportunity to avoid this match if they survive in the series against England. Joe Route plows 2-0 in the series of five games.