India vs England 2021: WATCH-Glimpse of MS Dhoni as Rishabh Pant Finds Dan Lawrence Short of Crease

Often Rishabh Pant is a improbable batsman however his wicket-keeping has improved loads as nicely. His brilliance behind the wicket within the first innings towards England have already garnered reward and now his superb effort to stump England batsman Dan Lawrence in England’s second innings is taking social media by storm.

Chasing 482 for a win, England have been 66 for 3 when Ashwin bowled a wider one, Lawrence stepped out of his crease and chased it however didn’t get bat on ball. However Pant pounced onto the ball in a flash as he gathered the ball and took off the bails in a flash. WATCH

If Day 2 belonged to Ashwin – the bowler, Day three was dominated by Ashwn – the batsman. England noticed their luck change dramatically submit the primary hour of play with the Indian skipper and his champion off spinner batting the guests out of the match with an impressive 96-run partnership for the seventh wicket. India went on to bat for somewhat over 85 overs on a tough wicket placing 286 on the board setting England a mammoth 482 for victory. The guests have been struggling at 53 for three after 19 overs at stumps with two days to go within the match.

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The day began with the weird run-out of Cheteshwar Pujara who stepped out his crease to play a flick solely to search out himself dismissed in probably the most uncommon method with all makes an attempt with the bat and foot to get again to no avail as short-leg Ollie Pope flicked the ball again to the keeper Ben Foakes to finish the formalities. India misplaced their second wicket of the morning with the rating nonetheless on 55 when Rohit Sharma was stumped by Foakes – a wonderful bit of labor behind the wickets to a ripper of a supply from Jack Leach – the ball dipping and turning and bouncing and bamboozling the Indian opener.



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