Bright Times News: India vs England Test at Edgbaston. The beginning of the day was in the name of England. British Pace Bowling Attack. James Anderson and Matty Potts were on fire. But the end of the day remained in the name of India. At one point, Team India lost 5 wickets for 98 runs and fell under widespread pressure. From there, the Indian team took advantage at the end of the first day with the impeccable batting of Rishabh Pant and Rabindra Jadeja.
Rishabh Pant made a great century. Pant was dismissed for 148 off 111 balls. Jadeja is unbeaten on 63 runs. At the end of the first day, India scored 7 for 338 runs. James Anderson took 3 wickets for England, Matthew Pots took 2 wickets and Joe Root took one wicket.
England captain Ben Stokes decided to bowl after winning the toss. Cheteshwar Pujara and Shubman Gill, the two Indian openers, did not have a bad start but could not form a big partnership. India took the first wicket for 26 runs. . Shubman Gill was dismissed for 18 by James Anderson. Later, Hunuma Bihari and Cheteshwar Pujara tried to form a partnership but they did not succeed. The second wicket fell at the head of the team’s 48 runs. Cheteshwar Pujara was dismissed for 13 by James Anderson.
Virat Kohli and Hanuma Bihari bat in the rain at Edgbaston. Which is to stop the game. The umpires also announced lunch. By lunch, the Indian team had scored 53 runs for 2 wickets. Virat and Hanuma could not stay at the crease for long after lunch. The third wicket fell for 64 runs. Hanuma was dismissed for 20 by Matthew Potts. Virat was bowled out for 11 by Matthew Pots for 61 runs. Shreyas Iyer and Rishabh Pant tried to form a partnership but they did not succeed.
Pant and Iyer added 26 runs. Iyer became Anderson’s third victim with 15 individual runs at the head of the team’s 96 runs.
After that, Rishabh Pant and Rabindra Jadeja took the lead in the Indian innings. When England was planning to bowl out India in fewer runs. Then there was a different Baba, Pant, and Jadeja. On the one hand, Jaddu batted with a cold head. Pant, on the other hand, batted mercurially. Together, the two quickly completed a half-century partnership. India’s score at the tea break was 5 for 164 runs. After that, the third session was ruled by two batsmen.
They fulfilled their partnership of hundred and two hundred. On the one hand, Pant completed his century and on the other hand, Jadeja scored his half-century. Both hit some eye-catching boundaries and over-boundaries. In the end, Pant got out after taking the team to a convenient place with a huge partnership of 222 runs. Pant was bowled out for 148 by Joe Root for 320 runs. He hit 19 fours and 4 sixes.
At the end of the day, India scored 7 for 338 runs. Jadeja is unbeaten on 63 and is accompanied by Mohammed Shami. As a result, at the end of the first day’s play, the Indian team can be said to be in a good place.