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India vs England Lord’s Test 2021: 2nd Test: India all out for 364 in 1st innings against England – India vs England 2nd Test 2021 India all out for 364 in 1st innings

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After a strong start on the first day, the Indian team lost wickets rapidly on the second day. Fast bowler James Anderson took five or more wickets in the 31st Test. Lokesh Rahul 129, Rohit Sharma 83, Virat Kohli 43 more for India. Jadeja 40. With the help of a half-century, India played a strong innings in the first innings against England in the second Test at Lord’s. Captain Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja also played important innings, with the help of which India scored 364 runs in the first innings. Lokesh Rahul scored 129 runs. While England legend James Anderson was five wickets fast.
Lokesh Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane led the innings on Friday, the second day of Under-19 World Cup champion captain Unmukt Chand’s retirement from Indian cricket at the age of 28. However, India suffered two major setbacks in the beginning itself. Rahul could score only four runs in the first day’s 125 runs. Rahul was the victim of Robinson. He faced 250 balls and scored 129 runs which included 12 fours and a six. In the very next over, James Anderson sent Rahane to the pavilion. Rahane’s poor form continued as he was dismissed for just one run.
Did the BCCI medical officer make a serious mistake despite Krunal Pandya being the coroner? Then wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant and Ravindra Jadeja together led the team’s score. The pair registered a crucial partnership of 49 runs. However, this partnership did not last long. Markwood broke the pair by getting Pant caught by Butler. Pant was dismissed for 37 runs in 58 balls with the help of five fours.

Jadeja retained one end after Rishabh Pant was dismissed but the tail-end batsman at the opposite end was getting dismissed cheaply. India’s first innings came to an end when Jadeja was dismissed for 40 off 120 balls. Rohit Sharma scored 83 and Virat Kohli scored 42 runs for India. For England, James Anderson took five early wickets for 62 runs. Mark Wood and Ollie Robinson had two and Moeen Ali had one.

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