India vs England 2nd test live score 2021: The second test match of the five-match series between the Indian cricket team and the England cricket team is being played at Lord’s. Where the fourth day’s play has ended.
By the end of the fourth day’s play, the Indian cricket team has scored 181 runs for the loss of 6 wickets. With this, India has taken a significant lead of 154 runs over England.
England cricket team took a 27-run lead over India on the basis of their first innings. India started playing their second innings on the fourth day of the match.
Highlighted Point, India vs England 2nd test live score 2021 –
- Indian cricket team has scored 181 runs for the loss of 6 wickets.
- Ajinkya Rahane scored a total of 61 runs.
During the second innings, the Indian cricket team lost its three important wickets at the very beginning. In which the openers were Lokesh Rahul and Rohit Sharma.
After this, both these players shared a 100-run partnership while playing a belligerent inning in the form of the fourth wicket. Meanwhile, Ajinkya Rahane also completed his first half-century of this tour.
But Cheteshwar Pujara was caught at the hands of Joe Root in the slips on a fine ball from Mark Wood on the sum of 45 runs, with this partnership also broke.
After some time, Ajinkya Rahane also lost his wicket. Moeen Ali caught him in his spin. Earlier, Ajinkya Rahane had scored a total of 61 runs.
After this, Ravindra Jadeja, who came to bat, also could not stay on the field for long and became clean bowled after scoring only 3 runs on Moeen Ali’s ball.
By the end of the fourth day’s play, wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant is present at the crease after scoring 14 runs and fast bowler Ishant Sharma.
While in this innings of India, England’s fast bowler Mark Wood, while bowling brilliantly, gave three Indian batsmen the way to the pavilion.
The same Moeen Ali got two wickets and Sam Curran got one wicket. Let us tell you that only 82 overs could be played on the fourth day. Because of bad light, the fourth day’s play was called off early.