ENG V IND 3rd Test Day 1, Team India’s score was 307/6, Virat-Rahane played a magnificent innings

ENG V IND 3rd Test Day 1, Team India’s score was 307/6, Virat-Rahane played a magnificent inning here at Nottingham

ENG V IND 3rd Test Day 1, Team India’s score was 307/6, Virat-Rahane played a magnificent innings

 

 

The game ends on the first day of the third Test between England and Team India. In the match being played at Trent Bridge Stadium in Nottingham, Team India, batting first, scored 307 runs at stumps for the loss of 6 wickets in 87 overs.

Captain Virat (97) Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane (81) played a good inning from Team India. Chris Woakes impressed with England’s best bowling attack with 3wickets for 75 runs.

The hosts  England in the five-match Test series 2-0 ahead. This match is of ‘do or die’ for Team India. If Team India has to move ahead in the current series, then in all cases it will win the match.

TOSS

After losing the toss, Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul’s pair gave a good start to Team India, but the fourth ball of the 19th over, fast bowler Chris Woakes, drove Dhawan to Jos Buttler for the pavilion.

He was dismissed by 65 runs in 65 balls with the help of 7 fours. For the first wicket, he shared a 60-run partnership with Rahul.

Shortly after opener Shikhar Dhawan was dismissed, Chris Woakes, opener KL Rahul (23), sent LBW to the pavilion on the last ball of the 21st over. India score was 43 for no loss in 15 overs, but shortly after the drink, both the opener of Team India got out and went out of the ground

 

ENG V IND 3rd Test Day 1, Team India’s score was 307/6, Virat-Rahane played a magnificent innings

 

Chris Woakes made Cheteshwar Pujara (14) his third victim on the fourth ball of the 26th over. He sent Pujara to wicketkeeper Adil Rashid and handed the pavilion.

For the third wicket, he shared only 17 runs with captain Virat After this lunchtime is over. Before lunch, Team India had lost three important wickets on 82 runs. Now the team’s top-scoring captain will be on Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane.

Captain Virat and Rahane’s pair took the team India towards huge scores. But on the last ball of the 67th over, Stuart Broad hit Ajinkya Rahane in the hands of Alastair Cook. Rahane played a magnificent inning of 81 runs in 131 balls with 12 fours. He completed his half-century in 81 balls. In addition, Rahane has been able to score more than 50 after the last 13 innings in Test matches. For the fourth wicket, he shared a 159-run partnership with Virat Kohli.

Adil Rashid gave England the greatest breakthrough on the last ball of the 76th over. He stopped the team-India captain Virat Kohli from making a century. Rashid caught him out by Ben Stokes. Kohli smashed a superb inning of 97 runs with 11 fours to face 152 balls. He completed his half-century in 74 balls. He shared a 38-run partnership with Hardik Pandya for the fifth wicket.

After this, Anderson Anderson hit Hardy (18) Pandya in the last ball of 87th over by catching Jos Buttler at the hands of the pavilion. At the same time, Broad, Rashid and Anderson took 1-1 for England.