England’s strong score in the first innings of the third Test, a big lead of 345 runs against India With the help of half-centuries from Hamid and David Malan, England have strengthened their hold in the third Test against India in Leeds. On the second day of the match, England, batting brilliantly, took a big lead of 345 runs against Virat Kohli’s team. After ending India’s first innings on 78, England posted 423 for eight in their first innings at the end of the second day on Thursday. Craig Overton 24 and Ollie Robinson are in the game without opening an account.
Hat-trick of century by Captain Joe Root
A five test match series is being played between India and England. In which the captain of the host team, Joe Root has registered a hat-trick of century. Joe Root scored a century in the second innings of the first Test at Nottingham. While 180 runs were played in the first innings of the second Test at Lord’s. While in Leeds, he completed his hat-trick of century by scoring 121 runs. This was Root’s 23rd century in Tests. He is jointly second with Kevin Pietersen in scoring the most Test centuries for England.
Indian bowlers were helpless against Joe Root, set many records by taking a hat-trick of a century
opening pair batting
England’s batting was very strong. All four of England’s top-order batsmen scored more than 50 runs. The opening pair of Rory Burns and Haseeb Hameed laid the foundation for a big score for the team with a century partnership. The pair shared a 135-run partnership. Mohammed Shami got India’s first win by dismissing Burns. Burns scored 61 runs. Hamid was dismissed for 68 off Ravindra Jadeja’s delivery.
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Indian bowlers are helpless against Root and Malana
England lost both Burns and Hamid by 159 runs. However, later David Malan and captain Joe Root became trouble for India. Indian bowlers looked helpless in front of this pair. The pair shared a partnership of 139 runs. Joe Root has become a headache for the Indian bowlers in the series. He played another strong innings. David Malan was dismissed for 70 runs in 128 balls with the help of 11 fours. While Root scored 121 runs in 16 balls with the help of 14 fours.
Indian bowlers made superficial turns
Jonny Bairstow got out after scoring 350 runs. He scored 29 runs. After that India took quick wickets. Jos Buttler was dismissed for seven after Bairstow. England had two hits when the score was 383 runs. If Root was out and Moeen Ali scored 8 runs on the same score, then the pavilion was deposited. Sam Curran contributed 15 runs. Mohammed Shami took the fastest three wickets for India. While Mohammad Siraj and Ravindra Jadeja got two each and Jasprit Bumrah got one.
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