Gaul: Team India recently returned to India with a historic victory over Australia. At the same time, England continually beat Sri Lanka in the Test Series. Both teams are in good shape and England will travel to India in February. In such a situation, there will be tough competition between the two teams. Now it will be interesting to see who lands on whom.
The Indian team (Team India) will surely benefit from the pitch, but the way England captain Joe Root behaves, England wouldn’t like to make the mistake of taking the England team lightly.
Joe Root reaches the 19th century
Captain Joe Root marked the 19th century test of his career. As a result, England scored 181 points for four wickets until Sunday lunch, day three of the second test cricket match against Sri Lanka.
Sri Lanka had scored 381 points in their opening heats, so England have another 200 points behind them.
Ben Stokes left for India against ENG test round, flight photo shared
At lunch, Joe Root played 105 races. He’s played 153 balls and touched 14 fours so far. At the other end, Jos Buttler plays with 30 points at the other end. Both have added 49 points for the fifth wicket so far.
Root (Joe Root) then entered the zone as the two England openers returned to the flag and the score was five for two. England had scored 98 points in two by the end of the second day of play on Saturday, and Root was playing for 67 points.
Joe Root’s plan against the spin
There were a lot of turns from the wicket so Root took extra care on Sunday morning. England lost two wickets in the first session. These two wickets were taken by left-arm spinner Lesith Ambuldenia. So far, this spinner has taken all four wickets in England. Root and Bairstow shared a partnership of 111 for the third wicket.
Playing his 99th test match, Joe Root had no problem with the spin. He scored a century in his second consecutive test match with a run over Dilruwan Perera.
The way Root (Joe Root) hit, Team India (Team India) needs to be vigilant as the spin should also benefit on Indian soil and if that happens it will be heavy for the English captain’s team. Can.
Please say England won the first test match by seven wickets.