In the second Test against England at Lord’s, Lokesh Rahul played a brilliant innings of 129 runs. India scored 364 runs in the first innings with the help of Lokesh Rahul’s century and Rohit Sharma’s half-century. Lokesh Rahul missed by a big innings. He scored a brilliant century in the first innings of a Test cricket match. However, he is still not happy with his century. Rahul is not happy that he missed out on big innings at Lord’s.
Under-19 World Cup champion captain Unmukt Chande retired from Indian cricket at the age of 28. Rahul was able to add just two runs to his first innings score the next day and was dismissed for 129. “Whenever I step out after the set, I get very disappointed,” said Rahul. The morning session the next day was very important and I planned to add 70-80 runs. I was set. I got out on a very easy ball which made me more uncomfortable.
Did the BCCI medical officer make a serious mistake despite Krunal Pandya being the coroner? However, the next day, India lost seven wickets for 97 runs. India scored 364 runs in the first innings with the help of Rahul’s century. Apart from Rahul, his fellow opener Rohit Sharma also played a brilliant innings of 83 runs. Captain Virat Kohli contributed 43 and Ravindra Jadeja contributed 40 runs.
England’s legendary fast bowler James Anderson took five wickets in the first innings. England got off to a poor start in reply to India’s 364, but captain Joe Root made a brilliant comeback to score 119 for 3 at the end of the second day.