India versus England: Virat Kohli appeared to be feeling jolly after India’s victory in the third Test against England.
Group India skipper Virat Kohli appears to be very extraordinary on the field during matches. In any case, he gave fans a brief look at the lighter side to his character following India’s victory against England in the third Test. Hardik Pandya was talking with Axar Patel – who featured in the match with 11 wickets to his name – when Kohli made a “unique appearance”. As Hardik attempted to present his commander, Kohli said something in Gujarati, which left both Hardik and Axar Patel in parts.
Axar Patel added to his first-innings returns of 6 for 38 with another five-wicket pull in the subsequent innings. His 5 for 32 included wickets of England’s main four batsmen – Zak Crawley (0), Dom Sibley (7), Jonny Bairstow (0) and Joe Root (19).
A 31-run remain among Root and Ben Stokes (25) was the solitary generous association in England’s subsequent innings.
Stirs up (25) was caught lbw by Ashwin, who at that point bowled Ollie Pope (12) and got Jofra Archer (0) lbw too to arrive at 400 wickets.
Jack Leach (9) was trapped in the slips and James Anderson (0) was gotten behind as England fell for the second time in the match, giving India an objective too simple to even think about pursuing even on an intense pitch.
Rohit added to his 50 years in the principal innings with an unbeaten 25 and completed the match with a six a brief time after the supper break.
Rohit (66) was the solitary Indian batsman to get a considerable score even as Ajinkya Rahane (7), Rishabh Pant (1), Washington Sundar (0), Axar Patel (0) all fell with hardly a pause in between.
In the event that India figure out how to not lose the last Test, likewise in Ahmedabad, they will make the last of the Championship.