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Ind vs Eng LIVE Score: India aim to take quick wickets on Day 2

Umesh, Bumrah lifts India with 3 strikes, Follow live


Ind vs Eng LIVE Score: Kohli & Co aim to take quick wickets on Day 2, Malan & Overton look to steady England’s innings – ENG 53/3 – Follow LIVE updates – India were bundled out for just 191 in the first innings, but still managed to finish with their noses ahead, courtesy Jasprit Bumrah & Umesh Yadav’s triple strikes. First Bumrah dismissed England’s openers Rory Burns and Haseeb Hameed & later Umesh Yadav got the prized wicket of Joe Root.

At stumps, England’s score read 53/3– still trailing by 138. For the hosts, Dawid Malan (26*) and Craig Overton (1*) are at the crease.

@15:00 – Dawid Malan is celebrating his 34th birthday today, Can he play a great innings and give England an advantage on Day 2

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@14:20 – Weather Update


Just as it was on Day 1, there will be could cover on Day 2 of the Test match as well. Rain is expected in the third session of day’s play.

Ind vs Eng Day 1 Stumps: Kohli & Co remove Joe Root early after getting all-out for 191 – ENG 53/3 – Follow LIVE updates

After bundling out India for 191, England got off to a bad start as openers Rory Burns (5) and Haseeb Hameed (0) were sent back to the pavilion in the fourth over by Jasprit Bumrah. On the cusp of stumps, Umesh Yadav got the big fish as he clean bowled England captain Joe Root (21) and the hosts were reduced to 52/3. In the end, Malan and Overton ensured that England does not lose more wickets before stumps.

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Ind vs Eng LIVE Score – India bundled out for 191, Shardul Thakur & Virat Kohli hits 50’s for India

Shardul Thakur scored 2nd ever fastest half-century for India as Virat Kohli’s team were bundled out for just 191. Thakur scored 57 but it was Chris Woakes who hogged all the limelight with a four-wicket haul on his comeback.

Ollie Robinson took three wickets while James Anderson and Craig Overton returned with one wicket each.

Resuming the third and final session at 122/6, India lost the wicket of Rishabh Pant (9) pretty early on as the left-handed batsman went for a big shot off the bowling of Chris Woakes, but he only managed to hand a simple catch to Moeen Ali.

Shardul Thakur then joined hands with Umesh Yadav and the former played a counter-attacking inning and England was left searching for answers. Shardul brought up his half-century off just 31 balls in the 60th over and all of a sudden, India gained an upper hand.


Shardul’s (57) knock finally came to an end in the 61st over as he was sent back to the pavilion by Woakes and the eighth wicket partnership of 63 runs came to an end. In the end, the visitors were bowled out for 191.

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Earlier, India lost the wickets of Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul and Cheteshwar Pujara as England dominated the opening session. At lunch, India’s score read 54/3 with Kohli (18*) and Ravindra Jadeja (2*) unbeaten at the crease. In the first session, 25 overs were bowled and the English bowlers made sure they repaid the faith shown by skipper Joe Root as he won the toss and decided to bowl.

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Sent into bat, the Indian openers — Rohit and Rahul — mixed caution with aggression and the duo saw out the opening spells of James Anderson and Ollie Robinson. However, the introduction of Chris Woakes paid off straight away as he dismissed Rohit (11), ending the 28-run opening stand.


Pujara next joined Rahul in the middle and the duo found the going tough and they did not score a single run for almost five overs, and this eventually brought about a wicket, as Rahul (17) was trapped in front by Ollie Robinson, reducing India to 28/2.

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Pujara (4) also failed to leave a mark with the bat as he chased a wide delivery and his wicket was grabbed by James Anderson, reducing India to 39/3 in the 20th over. In the end, Kohli and Jadeja ensured that India went into the lunch break without losing any further wicket.


Resuming the second session at 54/3, Kohli and Jadeja added 15 more runs before Jadeja (10) was sent back to the pavilion by Chris Woakes. Jadeja poked at a delivery bowled outside off and he handed a simple catch to skipper Joe Root at first slip, reducing India to 69/4. Ajinkya Rahane then joined Kohli in the middle and the duo started reviving the innings for India. The Indian skipper brought up his half-century in the 40th over and he was looking set for a big one. However, as soon as he brought the landmark, Kohli (50) was sent back to the pavilion by Ollie Robinson.

Right before the tea break, Craig Overton removed Rahane (14), and India was reduced to 117/6 before tea interval.

India 1st Innings 191/10 (61.3 ov)