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India vs England, 4th Test Day 2 Highlights: India lead by 89 runs at sumps after Pant slams maiden ton, Sundar scores fifty

India are in the driving seat at the start of Day 2 of the fourth Test between India and England from Ahmedabad at the newly Narendra Modi Stadium.

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India are in the driving seat at the start of Day 2 of the fourth Test between India and England from Ahmedabad at the newly Narendra Modi Stadium.

The hosts who lost the toss and were put to filed showed excellent temperant with the ball as spin duo of Ravichandran Ashwin and Axar Patel took seven wickets to restrict their rivals to 205.

India suffered an early jolt as James Anderson sent Shubman Gill back to the pavilion after trapping him lbw. However, Cheteshwar Pujara and Rohit Sharma kept it simple and ensured India didn’t suffer any more losses before stumps were called.

IND vs ENG 4th TEST SCORE: STUMPS

India: 294/7 in 94 overs

England: 205/10 in 75.5 overs

INDIA VS ENGLAND 4th TEST DAY 2 Highlights:

  • SUNDAR SURVIVES AFTER DRS
    Dom Bes traps Sundar lbw and Sundar reviews it immediately. Ultra edge shows a clear spike and the on-field umpire’s decision is reversed

  • WASHINGTON SUNDAR GETS TO FIFTY
    Sundar hits the ball square of third man and takes two runs to complete his half-century.

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  • AXAR PATEL COMES TO THE CREASE

  • PANT IS GONE
    The left-hander’s sensational inning comes to an end after he hits the ball straight into Joe Root’s hand at short mid-wicket. However, Pant has put India into a commanding position in the match.

  • PANT SLAMS HIS MAIDEN TON
    Pant in true Pant fashion as he slogs sweeps Joe Root for a six to bring his maiden Test hundred.

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  • ENGLAND REVIEW
    Root traps Pant lbw but the appeal is turned down by the umpire. England review but DRS shows that the ball is sliding down leg and is missing the stumps.

  • INDIA TAKE THE LEAD
    Rishabh Pant hits Stokes for four urns followed a couple of runs to put India ahead of England.

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  • PANT REACHES HI FIFTY
    Rishabh Pant completes his seventh Test half-century with a single to long-on.

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  • ASHWIN DEPARTS
    Ravi Ashwin is gone after giving a simple catch to Ollie Pope at short mid-wicket.

  • ASHWIN SURVIVES AFTER REVIEW
    Ashwin was given out as the umpire adjudged that Stokes delivery had taken his edge before being caught by Foakes. However, replays show that there was no sign on the ultra edge, and Ashwin survuves.

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  • RAVICHANDRAN ASHWIN IS ON THE CREASE
  • SHARMA IS GONE
    Rohit Sharma falls one runs short of his half-century. Stokes bowls an incoming delivery which traps the batsman lbw. The umpire’s finger went up and Sharma reviewed but DRS showed that the ball would have taken the bails and the hitman departs.

  • SIX!!!!!!
    Pant comes down the pitch and slams a six over long-off against Joe Root.

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  • ROHIT SHARMA AND RISHAB PANT COMES OUT TO BAT
  • AND LUNCH IS CALLED
    The session has belonged to the English bowlers who have removed Pujara, Kohli, and Rahane while Rohit Sharma remains unbeaten at 32. Leach, Stokes, and Anderson took one wicket each as the advantage is now with Joe Root’s men.
  • ANDERSON STRIKES  !!!!
    The pacer produces a wicket for his team just before lunch. Anderson bowls an out-swinging delivery that is chased by Rahane but the batsman could only thick edge the ball to the second slip where Ben Stokes took a good low catch.

  • ANDERSON TO BOWL FINAL OVER BEFORE LUNCH

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  • ROHIT SHARMA IS HIT ON THE HELMET
    Stokes keeps the ball short and Sharma goes for the hook and is hit straight on the helmet’s badge as the physio is out and attending to him

  • AND THE CAPTAIN IS GONE
    Ben Stokes bowls a short bowl that takes Kohli’s edge on its way to Ben Foakes behind the stumps.

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  • KOHLI COMES OUT TO BAT
  • PUJARA IS GONE
    Jack Leach dismisses Pujara for the fourth time as he traps him lbw. The umpire’s fingers went straight up, the batsman reviewed but it was three reds on the DRS, and Pujara’s inning comes to an end

  • ENGLAND OPT AGAINST REVIEW
    Pujara came down to track and at first glance, it seemed the ball had hit the pad but replays show that it was hard to pick whether it hit his bat first or pad.

  • WELCOME TO DAY 2
    Cheteshwar Pujara and Rohit Sharma came out to bat. James Anderson has the ball in hand.

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