England vs India 1st Test Day 3 Highlights 11-11-2016

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M Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara took India’s 68-run opening stand with half-hundreds of years, and their unbeaten organisation of 94 kept England under control in a charming session in Rajkot. One and only wicket succumbed to 99 keeps running in the first session of day three, however, both the batsmen were thoroughly tried, by Chris Woakes specifically.

In a spell that read 5-2-6-0, Woakes hit Pujara on the head protector with three bouncers, drew a high outside edge from Vijay that voyaged securely, and drained the life out of a free-streaming stand. The two great India batsmen saw him off, be that as it may, and traded out amid the last half hour to take India to inside 176 of maintaining a strategic distance from the take after on.

It was a captivating session, highlighted by Pujara’s approach after Stuart Broad evacuated Gautam Gambhir with his first chunk of the morning. Gambhir fell over, got in confusion while hoping to play over the line, and was plumb lbw. There was no such instability about Pujara, playing on home ground, with his dad and his better half in participation.

The first period of that session had Pujara utilising his feet perfectly against Moeen Ali. Before this Test, Moeen had rocked the bowling alley 53 balls to Pujara and rejected him twice for 29 runs. Here Pujara didn’t give Moeen a chance to settle, taking him on the half-volley or the full and after that sitting back when Moeen pitched short. When Moeen was done, Pujara had made 15 off 14 from him. This was a time in which India added 41 in 9 overs to their overnight 63. Pujara had hustled away to 25 off 29.

At that point came Woakes. He didn’t simply bowl short at Pujara, he rocked the bowling alley a great line, directly at his cover. Pujara, focusing on the front foot practically every conveyance, continued taking his eye off the ball while attempting to influence. Amazingly, Pujara never tossed his hands up in self-protection, which would have brought the glove into play. Ten overs brought India only 14 keeps running, with Pujara scoring six of 32. The presentation of Ben Stokes with about thirty minutes to go to lunch brought free balls. A half-volley square-determined, a straight shot looked away, and Pujara had discovered his stream once more. From 118 for 1, India included 44 in this time of play of eight overs to claim the session. Pujara hit six limits to twofold his score of 31 in only 25 balls.

Vijay at the flip side was consistent. For drawn out stretches of time, you just saw him when a conceivable two was kept to one because Pujara was not the speediest runner. Vijay was there for his accomplice, however. After Pujara had been hit for the 3rd time, he kicked it into high gear directly behind a ball in the barrier. Vijay’s bat went noticeable all around, and the glove thumped it in adulation, consoling his accomplice that he simply expected to overcome that time of play.

England vs India 1st Test Day 3 Highlights 11-11-2016

England vs India 1st Test Day 3 Highlights 11-11-2016

Vijay likewise demonstrated a considerable measure of tolerance and train, leaving balls outside off and sitting tight for either the short ones or straight ones to pick away for runs. This measure of fixation can deplete, so Vijay had two sudden blasts. At the point when left-arm spinner Zafar Ansari supplanted Moeen, Vijay moved down the second ball and lobbed him back over his head. Ansari demonstrated great demeanour, didn’t bowl short balls in his eight-over spell, and Vijay backtracked to playing him deferentially. The 2nd burst came after Stokes had opened the conduits. Ansari moved over the wicket, and Vijay skipped down the wicket twice to hit him for six and four over mid-on and mid-off.

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