The first match of the five-match Test series being played between India and England is being played at the Trent Bridge ground. India got off to a good start on the second day of the Test as Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul put on 97 runs for the first wicket. But, as soon as Rohit is dismissed, the Indian innings has faltered badly and the team has lost 4 wickets till the tea break. Captain Virat Kohli was shown the way to the pavilion by James Anderson without opening the account. Along with getting out on zero, Virat has also recorded a shameful record in his name.
Virat has become the Indian captain to be dismissed for the most number of times in Test cricket. Virat returned to the pavilion without opening an account for the 9th time as a captain in the Test. After Pujara’s dismissal, captain Virat Kohli, who came to the crease, could not understand Anderson’s outgoing ball and put the bat on it, after which wicketkeeper Jos Buttler took a simple catch without making any mistake and opened the pavilion to the Indian captain without opening the account. Strong on the go. After getting out, Kohli gave a surprising reaction. Apart from Virat, Pujara also could not do much and became the victim of Anderson by scoring just 4 runs. Vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane was also run out after scoring 5 runs.
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Earlier in the first session of the second day, Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul faced the English bowlers and added 97 runs for the first wicket. Rohit and Rahul played great shots all around the field and didn’t look under pressure at all. However, Rohit once again failed to capitalize on a good start and fell victim to Ollie Robinson scoring 36 runs. The entire team of England was all out after scoring 183 runs in the first innings.