2nd day of fourth match between India and England ends: Rishabh Pant hits a brilliant century, India leads by 89 runs

    Rishabh Pant : The second day of the fourth Test match between the Indian and England cricket team has ended. The second day’s play revolved around Rishabh Pant and Washington Sundar.

    By the end of the second day’s play, the Indian team scored 294 runs at the loss of 7 wickets.

    At the same time, India has given a lead of 89 runs to England’s team. On the second day, Rishabh Pant scored a total of 101 runs, hitting his third century, while Washington Sundar also supported him with a brilliant half-century.

    Washington Sundar is still present at the crease scoring 60 runs. England’s team played very well in the first and second sessions on the second day.

    In particular, England fast bowler Ben Stokes bowled brilliantly and took the wickets of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma.

    Rohit Sharma played a slow innings for India and scored 49 runs. The same Indian captain Virat Kohli returned to the pavilion without opening the account.

    While Ajinkya Rahane got a good start but failed to convert him into a big innings. James Anderson caught him in the slip after scoring 27 runs, while R Ashwin was out for 13 runs.

    When the second day’s play started today, the bowlers of England kept India bowling, bowling quite brilliantly.

    Rohit Sharma, who shot a lot of aggressive shots, was playing cricket defensively. Meanwhile, Jack Leach lbw Cheteshwar Pujara after scoring 17 runs. In the very next over, the biggest shock of the second day came in the form of Virat Kohli.

    Rishabh Pant - jiotvvineeBen Stokes showed the way to the pavilion on his very short short ged. Then after that Rahane and Rohit tried to form a partnership but Ajinkya Rahane was out after 39 runs partnership.

    The Indian team had lost their 6 wickets for 146 runs at one time and looked very difficult.

    But then there was an important and century partnership between Rishabh Pant and Washington Sundar.

    Both of these young players of India played a vital partnership of 113 runs for the 7th wicket.

    In particular, Rishabh Pant, showing his fire, completed his half-century in 88 balls and then he also completed his century on 115 balls.

    Rishabh Pant completed his century by hitting a six over Joe Root’s Gayd. However, right after scoring a century, Pant became the victim of James Anderson.

    He is now at the crease with Washington Sundar scoring 60 runs and Akshar Patel scoring 11 runs for India.

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