India won the second Test at Lord’s on the back of a brilliant bowling performance. At the end of the third day of the match, players from both the teams clashed in the long room at Lord’s. According to media reports, Virat Kohli and Joe Root scuffle, there was an altercation between the players. A media report claimed that the players clashed not only on the field but also in the Lord’s Long Room. They had a fight in the long room at the end of the third day of the match.
In this match, the Indian team won by 151 runs while bowling brilliantly. Both India and England batted brilliantly in the first innings. The target against England on the last day of the match was 272 runs. India batted in a session on the final day. However, the bowlers put in a strong performance and won the match by getting England out within two sessions.
Hardik Pandya bought a luxury watch worth millions, not millions, reports The Daily Telegraph. At the end of the day, a scuffle broke out between the players as they headed towards the dressing room. The same controversy continued in the long room as well. Indian officials, support staff and other team players were also present in the long room. Who gave a grand welcome to the Indian team.
While going to the dressing room, a scuffle broke out between Joe Root and Virat Kohli and the situation seemed to be deteriorating. The Lord’s Long Room usually has members of the MCC and both teams arriving in their dressing rooms via two different CDs. But the long room was closed to the members due to Corona.
When will Virat Kohli score a century? Significantly, on the third day of the match, Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah bowled a short ball against England’s number 11 batsman and veteran fast bowler James Anderson. Indian captain Virat Kohli said that England players had provoked his team.
He said, ‘I cannot say in detail what words were spoken between the players. The words of the players of the team were captured in the camera and on the stump mic. Whatever happened on the field motivated the team to perform even better.
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