India all out on the 1st day of 3rd test


Modified Aug 25, 2021 9:40 PM IST

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In the third test between India and England, India chose to bat first, in the first over of Anderson, KL Rahul lost his wicket while trying to play a harsh shot which is resulted in a bad day for the Indian team as team India all out for only 78 runs moreover England bowlers took advantage of the condition of the pitch and showed great potential which can overpower experienced Indian team.

On the other hand, Joe Root England Squad Captain showed his skills and confidence while predicting the defeat of the Indian team even after losing the toss, and the word from the Indian captain also clarify that they dropped their guard and paid the price with India all out, in fact, hosts completely nailed visitors.

The Squad Captain Joe Root already gave the hint for their victory after losing the Toss which lead to India All out for 78 which is the truly hopeless score to defend in the test format, and now India losing the match and probably the series also because Host nailed visitors pretty much harshly.

How the match took turn to India All out 78

India all out for 78

the Indian team Won the toss due to the decision of captain Virat Kohli India Choose to play first, the Indian openers came to peach in the hope of winning the match for India but KL Rahul lost his wicket for no run while playing 4 balls, and Rohit the Hitman of India lost his wicket for only 19 runs after playing 105 balls while trying to hold one end.

But from the Other end wicket falls gradually, periodically and India slowly lost the grip of the match from start, and the middle-order batsman including the captain of the Indian team lost his wicket very early in the match which resulting in losing hope to build a strong score to at least defend Win of England.

India All out 78

Joe Root Already predicted the Win of the match after the Toss

India won the toss and Virat Chose to bat first but after the toss, Virat said he was very surprised because he won the toss

Virat Kohli the captain of the Indian Team said “It’s a surprise I’ve won (the toss). We’re batting first. Looks firm and without grass and runs on the board will set this up. We’re going in with the same XI. We thought about getting Ashwin in, and the pressure of the extra seamer in these conditions is crucial.”

India all out on the 1st day of 3rd test

he added further “Jadeja will bowl a lot more overs because the conditions are suited to him. You can lay down markers and culture, but it’s up to the boys to take it up and win from pressure situations. It’s all about handling pressure at the highest level. It’s the toughest place to bat for the openers, and KL and Rohit have done a good job.”

additionally, he said that “Hopefully, they can continue. About my batting, I’ll try to make an impact on the team with the bat. I believe in my process and sometimes it doesn’t really come off on the field, but I’m more concerned about how much of an impact I have on the team’s performance.”

Joe Root England Squad captain said that “There’s a bit of cloud cover and it’s tacky, and it’ll get better and better for batting eventually. Quite happy to lose the toss. Malan comes in for Sibley and Overton comes in for Wood. Overton was picked on the conditions.”

he said that “Saqib was great in the white-ball format, but Overton continuously performs in county cricket, so we’ve picked him, even though it was difficult to make. We need our openers to get us to a good start. As Virat said it’s one of the hardest things to open in England, and the openers have the temperament to get us off to a good start.”

current Score of England 53(21.1) and India All out 78


England (Playing XI): Rory Burns, Haseeb Hameed, Dawid Malan, Joe Root(c), Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler(w), Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Craig Overton, Ollie Robinson, James Anderson

India (Playing XI): Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli(c), Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant(w), Ravindra Jadeja, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj