England 6/0, Alastair Cook 02, Keaton Jennings 04, England trail by 21 runs, Ind vs Eng 4th Test match Day 2 stumps: The English side has been trailing by 20 runs at the stumps on the day 2 of the 4th test match between India and England at the Rose Bowl stadium in Southampton. In the first innings, India got all out for 273 runs in 84.5 overs. Thanks to Cheteshwar Pujara’s 132 runs knock, Virat Kohli and company managed to take a lead of 27 runs against the hosts.
For England, Moeen Ali picked up a five-wicket haul for only 63 runs in his 16 overs with an economy rate of 3.94. Moeen Ali dismissed Rishabh Pant, Hardik Pandya, R Ashwin, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma and managed to restrict India for 273 runs in their second innings.
Earlier at lunch, on the day 2, after early hiccups, Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara have calmed the chaotic Indian innings. Both the batsmen have established a stand of 50 runs and if they manage to stick to the pitch for a little longer, India will sure be in the driving seat. India will be looking to capitalise on their tremendous display of Day 1 where they restricted England at a score of 246 in the fourth Test match which is being played at the Rose Bowl, Southampton.
Earlier on the Day 1, Indian bowlers wreaked havoc to the top order of the England batting lineup. Jasprit Bumrah drew the first blood after he dismissed opener Keaton Jennings without letting him open his score. Skipper Joe Root followed next who went back to the pavillion at the score of 4 after he failed to read a perfect Ishant Sharma delivery. Bumrah struck again and dismissed Jonny Bairstow.
Previous Test match hero Hardik Pandya completed the rout of England’s top order when he got Alastair Cook out at 17. It was a state of panic for the hosts who were struggling at 36/4, their man-in-form Jos Buttler tried to stable the sinking ship but even he had to depart as Mohammed Shami got him caught behind.
England’s top performer Ben Stokes, who was assisting Buttler from another end, saw an end to his innings as well as Shami continued to pile misery on the English side. It was Moeen Ali and Sam Curran who finally dug deep and played gallant innings to save their side from humiliation.
Both of them established a crucial stand of 81 runs and England out of the trouble before Moeen Ali was sent back packing by Ravichandran Ashwin. Adil Rashid went back in quick fashion while Stuart Broad tried to hold England’s fort for a while but Bumrah overpowered him with a fantastic delivery. Ashwin wound up England’s innings by smashing the bails of Sam Curran on a top spinning ball. From a meagre score of 86/6, England posted an estimable total of 246 runs.
Coming to bat next, Shikhar Dhawan and Lokesh Rahul stood their ground despite some tight bowling from England bowlers, especially James Anderson. It will be interesting to see how Indian batsmen will fare at the Rose Bowl pitch on Day 2. Stay tuned for more!
India (Playing XI): Shikhar Dhawan, Lokesh Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli(c), Ajinkya Rahane, Hardik Pandya, Rishabh Pant(w), Ravichandran Ashwin, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah
England (Playing XI): Alastair Cook, Keaton Jennings, Joe Root(c), Jonny Bairstow, Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler(w), Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Adil Rashid, Stuart Broad, James Anderson
Here are the India vs England, 4th Test match, Day 2 LIVE score and updates:
India vs England day 2 stumps
At the stumps on the day 2, England scored 6 runs in their second innings. English opener Keaton Jennings hits a boundary to open his account to Jasprit Bumrah. England 6/0 (4 over) — Alastair Cook 02, Keaton Jennings 04
England starts their 2nd innings
Opener Alastair Cook and Keaton Jennings come to the crease to bat for England in their second innings. England 1/0 (2 over) — Alastair Cook 01, Keaton Jennings 00
Team India all out for 273 runs
India marks a lead by 27 runs against England in the 4th test match at the Rose Bowl stadium in Southampton. India 273/10 (84.5 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 132, Jasprit Bumrah 06
India 273/9 (84 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 132, Jasprit Bumrah 06
Team India has now taken a lead by 27 runs against England in the 4th test match at the Rose Bowl stadium in Southampton.
India lead by 24 runs
Cheteshwar Pujara's outstanding centurion innings helped team India to surpass England's first innings total. India has now taken a lead by 24 runs in the first innings of the 4th test match at the Rose Bowl stadium in Southampton. India 270/9 (81 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 129, Jasprit Bumrah 06
India lead by 16 runs
Tailender Jasprit Bumrah has been playing well with batsman Cheteshwar Pujara. Thanks to Cheteshwar Pujara's ton off 233 balls, team India has overtaken England in their first innings. India 262/9 (80 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 121, Jasprit Bumrah 06
India lead by 5 runs
Team India has crossed the mark of 246 runs set by England in their first innings and now has taken a lead by 5 runs in the 4th test match against England at the Rose Bowl stadium in Southampton. India 250/9 (78 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 112, Jasprit Bumrah 04
India trail by 1 run
Spinner Moeen picked up a five-wicket haul against India for only 63 runs in his 16 overs with an economy rate of 3.94. India 245/9 (77 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 110, Jasprit Bumrah 04.
India 241/9 (75 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 106, Jasprit Bumrah 04
Team India is now only 05 runs behind England's first innings total of 246 runs in the 4th test match against England at the Rose Bowl stadium in Southampton. India 241/9 (75 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 106, Jasprit Bumrah 04
India 230/9 (73 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 101, Jasprit Bumrah 00
Cheteshwar Pujara completes his century against England on 210 balls with 11 boundaries in the 4th test match against England at the Rose Bowl stadium in Southampton. India 230/9 (73 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 101, Jasprit Bumrah 00
India 227/9 (71 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 96, Jasprit Bumrah 00
Wicket! Moeen Ali strikes once again and picks his fifth wicket of the day. India 227/9 (71 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 96, Jasprit Bumrah 00
India 216/8 (69 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 90, Ishant Sharma 09
Indian batsman Cheteshwar Pujara is moving inches closer to his century against England in India's 1st innings in the day 2 of the 4th test match at the Rose Bowl stadium in Southampton. India 220/8 (69 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 90, Ishant Sharma 09
India 212/8 (67 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 89, Ishant Sharma 07
Indian batting middle order collapsed like a house of cards against spinning deliveries of Moeen Ali, who has already picked up 4 wickets. India 212/8 (67 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 89, Ishant Sharma 07
India 207/8 (65 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 83, Ishant Sharma 7
Team India scored 207 runs at the end of 65th over in their first innings against England at the Rose Bowl stadium in Southampton. India 207/8 (65 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 83, Ishant Sharma 7
India 199/8 (63 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 78, Ishant Sharma 0
Team India is still trailing by 46 runs against England's first innings total of 246 runs at the Rose Bowl stadium in Southampton.
Wicket! Moeen Ali strikes again
Moeen Ali once again provides the breakthrough and dismisses Mohammed Shami on the first ball for a duck.
Moeen strikes again! Ravichandran Ashwin OUT!
Moeen Ali has completely dismantled India's lower order as Ashwin falls prey to his delivery. Ashwin goes back to pavillion at 1. Ishant Sharma to be the next batsman in. India 195/7 (61 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 78, Mohammed Shami 0
OUT! Hardik Pandya goes to the pavillion cheaply
Hero of the third Test match Hardik Pandya got off to an explosive start but a resurgent Moeen Ali ended his innings quickly. He goes at the score of 4. Ravichandran Ashwin is the next batsman in. India 189/6 (59 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 75, Ravichandran Ashwin
OUT! Rishabh Pant dismissed on duck. He departs after facing 29 futile deliveries
Rishabh Pant departs without opening his score. The Indian new-comer had faced 29 deliveries and fell prey to a spinning ball by Moeen Ali. Hardik Pandya is the next batsman in. India 181/5 (56 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 70, Hardik Pandya
India 178/4 (54 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 64, Rishabh Pant 0
Rishabh Pant has faced 22 deliveries since coming onto the pitch and he is yet to open his score. On the other end of the pitch, Cheteshwar Pujara continues his gallant effort to salvage his side.
India 166/4 (50 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 57, Rishabh Pant 0
Indian innings have stalled in the past couple of overs ever since Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane were sent back to pavillion in quick succession. English bowlers have pushed the Indian batsmen on the backfoot while there are growing fears that Indian batting lineup might now fall like a house of cards.
OUT! Ajinkya Rahane goes back to pavillion at the score of 11
Ben Stokes strikes! Ajinkya Rahane fails to read Stokes' delivery and he gives up his wicket to him. Rishabh Pant is the next batsman in. India 163/4 (48 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 55, Rishabh Pant 0
India 156/3 (45 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 55, Ajinkya Rahane 6
Ajinkya Rahane has adopted an aggressive approach to his game but still confining himself to singles and doubles. He is brilliantly rotating the strike with Pujara, who is already set on the crease.
India 153/3 (43 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 55, Ajinkya Rahane 4
Despite the blow of Virat Kohli, Indian fans will be happy with Cheteshwar Pujara's valiant effort at the Rose Bowl. Pujara has scored a fighting half-century and it looks like he will be India's salvation in the first innings.
Oh boi! Virat Kohli is dismissed at 46 runs
Captain Virat Kohli has been dismissed by Sam Curran! A fine delivery by the Englishman. It will now take a Herculean effort from the Indian side to ward off the pressure of England bowling attack. Ajinkya Rahane is the next batsman in. India 142/ (41.1 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 49, Ajinkya Rahane 0
India 142/2 (41 overs) — Virat Kohli 46, Cheteshwar Pujara 49
Cheteshwa Pujara and Virat Kohli are close to their half-centuries. A good partnership between Kohli and Pujara will help team India to chase England's first inning's total
India 135/2 (39 overs) — Virat Kohli 44, Cheteshwar Pujara 44
Both Kohli and Pujara have reached identical scored and they have taken their stand to 85 runs. If the Indian batsmen continue to bat like this, they can pile much pressure on England. India now trails by 111 runs.
India 128/2 (37 overs) — Virat Kohli 40, Cheteshwar Pujara 41
After Stuart Broad, now Moeen Ali gets the taste of India's offensive batting. Both Pujara and Kohli hits the English spinner back-to-back, grabbing 10 runs off the over. The partnership now at 78 runs.
India 118/2 (36 overs) — Virat Kohli 33, Cheteshwar Pujara 38
Where Cheteshwar Pujara has shifted gears after a slow start to his innings, Virat Kohli is consistently scoring runs all around the park. The partnership between the two now stands at 68 runs. Great stuff from Indian batters!
India 111/2 (34 overs) — Virat Kohli 27, Cheteshwar Pujara 37
A rather expensive over from Stuart Broad after an economical first in the second session. Cheteshwar Pujara hits him for two boundaries and steals 8 runs off the over.
LUNCH BREAK! India 100/2 (31 overs) — Virat Kohli 25, Cheteshwar Pujara 28
It's lunch break here at the Rose Bowl on the Day 2 of the fourth Test match. After early hiccups, Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara have calmed the chaotic Indian innings. Both the batsmen have established a stand of 50 runs and if they manage to stick to the pitch for a little longer, India will sure be in the driving seat.
100 up for the hosts! India 100/2 (30 overs) — Virat Kohli 25, Cheteshwar Pujara 28
India has completed 100 runs in their first innings at the expense of 2 wickets. Pujara and Kohli have really hit it off together and have stabilised the troubled Indian ship. With the 100 runs, both the batsmen on the crease have also established a stand of 50 runs.
91/2 (26 overs) Cheteshwar Pujara 25, Virat Kohli 19
Virat Kohli has been absolutely inspirational so far having scored his 19 runs off just 23 balls. He has collected 16 runs from boundaries alone. On the other hand, Cheteshwar Pujara has found his rhythm and looks strong at the score of 25.
India 79/2 (24 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 23, Virat Kohli 9
Pujara has really upped the ante and it increasingly appears that he has settled in good. With captain Virat Kohli at his side, the twp batsmen can really get it going for India.
India 72/2 (22 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 16, Virat Kohli 9
After giving 11 runs in his last over, Stuart Broad has been taken off the spell and James Anderson has been called back again to torment the Indian batsmen. Anderson, along with threatening-looking Sam Curran, can destabilise Indian innings. However, a determined Virat Kohli will be equally difficult to uproot from the pitch.
India 67/2 (20 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 15, Virat Kohli 5
Captain fantastic has issued an intent to the England bowlers with an aggressive start to his innings. Pujara also seems to have found an offensive approach to his game since the arrival of Virat Kohli on the pitch. It will be interesting to see how these two batsmen will fare together now.
OUT! Stuart Broad dismisses Shikhar Dhawan
It is Stuart Broad once again wreaking terror in top Indian batting lineup. Dhawan fails to read an inswinging delivery by the English bowler and gets LBW out at the score of 23. Indian skipper Virat Kohli is the next batsman in. India 50/2 (18 overs) — Cheteshwar Pujara 3, Virat Kohli 0
India 46/1 (15 overs) — Shikhar Dhawan 20, Cheteshwar Pujara 2
England bowlers have held India's play by the jugular. To say the least, Indian batsmen have managed to score just 9 runs in the past 8 overs. Stuart Broad is getting more difficult by each over while Sam Curran apparently seems unplayable for Dhawan and Pujara right now.
India 39/1 (10 overs) Shikhar Dhawan 15, Cheteshwar Pujara 0
Stuart Broad has really pushed the Indian batsmen to the backfoot. He has been extremely economical so far and also threatening with pin-point delieveries. Both Dhawan and Pujara will have to stay on their toes to see through this spell by English spearheads.
OUT! Lokesh Rahul departs at the score of 19
After a fine start to his innings, Lokesh Rahul fell prey to a good-timed delivery by Stuart Broad. The Indian batsmen goes back to pavillion and the next batsman in is Cheteshwar Pujara, who will be wary of the threat that Anderson and Broad pose with the ball. India 37/1 after 8 overs.
India 30/0 (5.0 overs) — Shikhar Dhawan 13, Lokesh Rahul 12
In the 4th test match between India and England at the Rose Bowl stadium of Southampton, England scored 264 runs in the first innings. Chasing England's first inning total, Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan and Lokesh Rahul have scored 19 runs (4 overs) and visitors are still 227 runs behind.