IND vs ENG: Jack Leech thought Rishabh Pant was playing in IPL, when he hits him for 3 big six | IND vs ENG: Jack Leech said of Rishabh Pant: ‘It was like he was playing IPL’

New Delhi: England recorded a superb victory against India by 227 points in the first test match played in Chennai (Chennai). With the loss, India is now 0-1 behind in the four-game series. In this England win, his spinner Jack Leech played an important role with formidable four. But Leach, who suffered a lot from Rishabh Pant in the opening innings, said he felt Pant was hitting in the IPL.

Pants played as IPL

Rishabh Pant hit a brisk 91 on 88 balls in the opening innings against England. Meanwhile, he hit 5 big sixes on Jack Leech’s balls. While talking about this round, Leach said he felt Pant was hitting in the IPL. After the game Leach said: “ I thought he (Pant) is playing in the IPL. It’s a challenge for a spinner. It was a tough night, but the boys helped keep him strong.

“ Very difficult to play here after England ”

Jack Leech added that it was very difficult to play in England and India after England. He said: “Having played in very cold conditions in England it is not easy to play in wet conditions in this part of the world. It was a long time without cricket. This is my first series in India. He has a great batting lineup and with that comes the pressure on the opposing team.

India kneels before Anderson and Leach

On day five of the Chennai Test against England, the Indian batsmen looked helpless in front of veteran fast bowlers James Anderson and Jack Leech. Anderson won 3 wickets in the second round of India, while Leach sent 4 Indian batsmen to the flag. Anderson also took major wickets from Shubman Gill and Ajinkya Rahane in his own. Apart from that, Anderson also showed the flag path to Rishabh Pant who played a brilliant 91-point inning for India in the opening innings. From India, Shubman Gill (50) and captain Virat Kohli (72) have played half-century innings. Other than these two, no Indian drummer could do anything special.