India vs England 1st Test Day 3 Highlights: Virat Kohli on 43 India 110/5, 84 Runs Need to Defea ENG
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Virat Kohli's second consecutive innings of Indian batting Playing the role of salvation defeat. Being played in Edgbaston England on the third day of the first Test Against the expectations of winning the victory.
India chasing the target of 194 runs By the end of the third day's play, he scored 110 runs for five wickets. Other batsmen, except Kohli, failed again. The Indian skipper is still 43 runs behind the crease. Whereas 84 runs behind the team goal is behind. Kohli scored 149 runs in the first innings.
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Earlier, Ishant Sharma (5 for 51) shook the England middle-order. His team played a vital role in scoring 180 runs in the second innings. In addition to Ishant, Ravichandran Ashwin took three wickets for 59 runs and Umesh Yadav took two wickets for 20 runs.
England were 87 for one at one time. But 20-year-old all-rounder Sam Karan scored 63 runs in 65 balls. His team succeeded in making challenging targets in front of India.
Murali Vijay (six) and Shikhar Dhawan (13) again team good. Failure to give a start. Stuart Broad (two for 29 runs) sent the two pavilions within eight overs. Initially Vijay, who got life-saving, was pagaddha out. While Dhawan played a loose shot, he got caught behind the wicket.
Keel Rahul (13) was batting with the ball going out from the start. He gave easy catch to Jonny Bairstow on Ben Stokes's Goodlene Ball. Ajinkya Rahane (two) could not even walk. Bairstow kept his low catch on Karan's ball.
Kohli held one end like the first innings. But this time there was a change in the batting order. And Ashwin (13) were sent for batting at number six. He hit three fours but James Anderson's beautiful ball. His bat was kissed in the gloves of the wicketkeeper.
Kohli batted calmly from the other end and waited for loose balls to score runs. Dinesh Karthik (18 not out) has done so far to fill the last innings. Kohli and Karthik added 32 runs for the sixth wicket.
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