India’s position on the second day of Chennai’s second Test match against England is very strong: India leads on England by 249 runs

India's position on the second day of Chennai's second Test match against England is very strong: India leads on England by 249 runs - JIOTVVINEE

ENG vs IND match: The second Test match of the 4 Test match series is being played between the Indian cricket team and the England cricket team.

The second day of the second Test match at the M Chidambaram International Cricket Stadium has ended today.

The second innings of the same Indian cricket team continues. Let us tell you that in the first innings, the England cricket team has been all out by scoring 134 runs.

The Indian cricket team has a total of 195 runs on the basis of the first innings. Before that, the Indian cricket team decided to bat first by winning the toss in the second Test match against England.

And scored a total of 329 runs in the first innings. In the first innings for the Indian team, Rohit Sharma played an excellent century of 161 runs.

Apart from him, vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane scored 67, and wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant scored 58 runs.

In this Test match, left-arm spinner Akshar Patel is making a debut for the Indian team. In the first Test match in Chennai, the Indian team is trailing 0-1 in the series after losing the match by 227 runs.

R Ashwin took the highest 5 wickets for the Indian team in the second Test match. After that, Akshar Patel and Ishant Sharma got 2-2 wickets while Mohammad Siraj got one wicket.

India’s only bowler Kuldeep Yadav did not get any success. Shubman Gill was dismissed for 14 in the second innings for India.

He was caught by England spin bowler Leach. By the end of the second day’s play, the Indian team has scored 54 runs at the loss of 1 wicket.

Rohit Sharma and Cheteshwar Pujara are unbeaten till the end of the second day’s play. The same Indian cricket team was all out by scoring 329 runs in the first session this morning.

After that, the Indian bowlers performed brilliantly, including England’s first innings on the second day.

England’s highest run by wicketkeeper-batsman Ben Focus scored 42 runs in 104 balls with the help of 4 fours. He was followed by Ollie Pop 22, Ben Stokes 18, and Dominic Sibley 16.