India vs England 1st test match: The second day of the first Test match of the 4-Test series between the Indian cricket team and the England team has also ended.
England captain Joe Root 218 runs thanks to his fifth double century, England’s team has scored 8 wickets at 555.
By the stumps on the second day, Dom Bess returned unbeaten on 28 runs with the help of 5 fours in 84 balls and Jack Leach 6 runs with 1 four in 28 balls.
30 runs have been added as the 9th wicket partnership between these two batsmen of England.
Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, R Ashwin and Shahbaz Nadeem playing their debut match got 2-2 wickets from India.
For England, his captain Joe Root faced 377 balls and hit 19 fours and 2 sixes.
Apart from him, all-rounder, Ben Stokes faced 82 balls and scored 82 runs with the help of 10 fours and 3 sixes.
He was followed by Ollie Popp with 34, Josh Butler 30, and Rory Burns 33. Before this, the England team started the second day’s play after the first day.
At that time, England captain Joe Root was unbeaten after scoring 128 runs.
In the second day’s play, new batsman Ben Stokes landed on the ground.
Then from then on, both the batsmen batted with great vigor and kept the England scoreboard running smoothly.
Both these batsmen batted further and did not give any wicket to the Indian cricket team bowlers till lunch.
Root completed his 150 runs on 260 balls, which had progressed well to this wicket. The same Joe Root has the third-best score in Test cricket in India.
Ben Stokes played an excellent partnership batting alongside Joe Root. Where on one side Joe Root was batting quite slow.
Ben Stokes, on the other hand, was batting heavily and playing big shots consistently. There was a good opportunity in India’s 112th over to break the partnership of these two batsmen.
But he could not get out due to the throw away from Washington Sundar. After that, there was a good partnership between these two batsmen.
Then Shadab Nadeem struck a break on this partnership by dismissing Ben Stokes. Earlier, 124 runs had been shared between these two batsmen.
Root then proceeded to the innings with Olly Pop but then Nadeem dismissed him for a score of 218 runs.
After this, England’s wickets fell continuously. At one point, Ishant Sharma had come on his hat-trick.
But he could not take a hat-trick, but he did not let England’s tail batsmen stay at the crease much longer.