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India vs England Test: James Anderson was bowling despite bleeding from knee, picture goes viral

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On the first day of the fourth Test between India and England, there was a shocking sight on the field. England bowler James Anderson was seen bowling with blood from his knees. A picture of James Anderson bleeding from his knee is going viral on social media. The Oval: On the first day of the fourth Test between India and England, such a sight was seen on the field which surprised everyone. England fast bowler James Anderson was playing despite bleeding from his knee. The 30-year-old fast bowler’s trousers turned red near his knees. The incident happened in the 42nd over of the Indian innings. Virat Kohli (50) and Ajinkya Rahane (5) were at the crease.
With a boundary, Kohli called for a slap, the fastest to achieve the feat.
However, there is no information about when Anderson got hurt. The picture of Anderson’s injured condition is going viral on social media. Fans are praising the courage of his speed star.

In fact, Anderson lost his knee after falling in a follow-on throw. This happened not once but two-three times, due to which he was not fully visible in his rhythm. He also appeared lame in pain. He later left the field for treatment.
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Let us tell you that in the Test series against England, the Indian batsmen once again failed. In the fourth Test, the Indian batsmen could not face the deadly bowling of the English bowlers and the team’s first innings was reduced to 191 runs. Captain Virat Kohli and Shardul Thakur scored half-centuries for India. Apart from this, not all batsmen could stay on the crease. The fastest four-wicket haul for England was Chris Woakes.

From now on, the name of Major Dhyan Chand will be taken in place of Rajiv Gandhi before the Khel Ratna award.

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