Nick Compton’s tweet on ‘Kohli fans’ goes viral; Team India win the series 2-1

In the ongoing Test series against England, the Indian team has made a remarkable comeback and is now leading 2-1. The first Test in Nottingham ended in a disappointing draw.

At The Home of Cricket, India defeated the hosts by 151 runs. In the third Test at Headingley, England made a stunning comeback.

The hosts won the third Test by an innings and 76 runs, levelling the series at 1-1. Due to England’s victory, most cricket fans predicted that England would win the third Test.

England’s seamers restricted India to 191 runs in the first innings of the fourth Test at The Oval. Joe Root & Co. scored 290 runs in the second innings and led by 99 runs.

India had other plans for the second innings. Together, KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma scored 83 runs. To turn the game around, Rohit and Cheteshwar Pujara added 153 runs for the second wicket.

Sharma scored his first overseas century, while Pujara scored 61. He scored 127 after hitting 14 fours and a six. Shardul Thakur and Rishabh Pant each scored 60 points.

After India won the fourth Test, Nick Compton’s tweet about Kohli fans went viral

At the Kennington Oval in London, Rory Burns and Haseeb Hameed scored 77 runs for the opening wicket on Day 4. Nick Compton trolling Virat Kohli’s fans on Twitter before Day 5 of the test.

Where have all my Indian Kohli loving fans gone?” Compton tweeted. England was bowled out for 210 in the second innings. The Indians took a 2-1 series lead by winning the game by 157 runs.

Fans responded harshly to Nick Compton’s tweet after India took the lead in the series. The fifth and final Test match will take place at Emirates Old Trafford in Manchester on September 10.

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Rory Burns Drops Rohit Sharma’s Catch as He Couldn’t Spot The Edge

Rohit Sharma has scored the second-most runs for Team India in the ongoing Test series. KL Rahul is the top run-scorer for the visitors.

Rohit Sharma has also played well in the ongoing Test series. He failed to make an impact as an opener in the first innings of the fourth Test at The Oval. The 34-year-old opener was dismissed after he managed only 11 runs in the first inning. He caught two passes, however, despite this.

On Day 2, Rohit made a sensational catch to dismiss Dawid Malan at the second slip. Southpaw played a shot off Umesh Yadav and ended up with an inside edge. The ball moved towards the slip. Sharma handled the incident well and took the catch well. He then took a regulation catch off Ravindra Jadeja’s bowling to dismiss Moeen Ali.

India scored 191 runs in the first innings thanks to Shardul Thakur’s 57 and Virat Kohli’s 50. England was bowled out for 290 in its first innings. Ollie Pope scored 81 points, and Chris Woakes scored 50.

Rory Burns drops his catch, but Rohit Sharma survives

Sharma and Rahul came out to bat with the intent of scoring runs. Even though they were down by 99 runs, they played with confidence, grit, and determination.

England’s veteran pacer, James Anderson, struck Rohit with a terrific delivery. Rory Burns got an inside edge on the opening shot. Due to his failure to react in time, the fielder made an absolute comedy of errors. Since the player did not bend down, the ball hit his boots before reaching the boundary. India finished Day 2 with a score of 43/0.

Rory Burns drops Rohit Sharma’s catch in the video

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Injuries to Mark Wood have Worsened England’s Situation

The England team was defeated by 151 runs, and to make matters worse, they are already missing several fast bowlers. They may also be without Mark Wood next week after the express was injured while fielding at Lord’s. Despite this, there are questions about whether Durham’s fast bowler, whose career has been blighted by injuries, will be fit to play on Wednesday when England announces its squad.

Describing the same, England coach, Chris Silverwood informed, “The medics are working on him (Wood), we’ll find out more in the next couple of days. We will make a decision, along with him and our medics, closer to the time. But if he’s not right, he’s not right. I certainly won’t push him into playing if he tells me he’s not right. I will look after him.”

Wood’s “superb effort” was praised by Silverwood, but many felt he should have been more careful on the field. Despite losing all seven of their last Tests, England repeatedly bowled too short to Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah during their unbroken 89-run partnership. After 49 balls, India’s duo starred with the ball as England, set a target of 272, was dismissed for 120 runs.

In contrast to dismissing India’s tailenders, England’s fast bowlers were more concerned with avenging their batsman James Anderson’s rough treatment.  Silverwood, himself a former England bowler, praised Shami and Bumrah by saying: “I thought they handled the situation really well.”

Meanwhile, England’s top-order struggle continues as Rory Burns, Dom Sibley, and Haseeb Hameed saw a duck at Lord’s. Silverwood said: “You’ve got to do what’s best for the team, ultimately, and find the best way of progressing England to a place where big first-innings runs — and second-innings runs — come in on a consistent basis.”

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