IND vs ENG: In the decisive Test match being played in Birmingham, the England team suddenly overshadowed Team India. In this test match, India gave a target of 378 runs to England to win. In reply, the English team has scored 244 runs for the loss of 3 wickets till the writing of the news and it needs only 134 runs to win. There came a moment in this match when a player of Team India became the biggest villain for him. Due to one mistake of this player, India has now come close to losing this match.
This player became the biggest villain for Team India
During the second innings of England, Mohammad Siraj came to bowl in the 38th over. On the fourth ball of this over of Mohammad Siraj, Hanuma Vihari dropped the catch of England’s dangerous batsman Jonny Bairstow in the slips. Jonny Bairstow was batting on 14 at that time. If Hanuma Vihari had caught that catch, then Jonny Bairstow would not have been able to play an innings of 62 runs.
India came close to losing the match
Jonny Bairstow has not only scored 62 runs, but along with Joe Root has added more than 130 runs. Jonny Bairstow and Joe Root together almost knocked Team India out of this match. Hanuma Vihari is believed to be responsible for this condition of Team India, who dropped the catch of England’s dangerous batsman Jonny Bairstow for 14 runs.
very bad game
Talking about Hanuma Vihari, he showed a very poor game in this match against England. A big innings was expected from him in the absence of batsmen like Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul, but he could not fully capitalize on the opportunity. In the match against England, Hanuma Vihari got out after scoring just 20 runs. In the second innings, Hanuma Vihari was also seen struggling to stay on the crease.
was also laggy in batting
Hanuma Vihari returned to the pavilion on the score of 11 runs in the second innings. Hanuma Vihari played an important role in India’s series win against Australia, but after that he could not maintain his momentum. Such questions are also being raised about his being in the Test team. Whereas his Mayank Agarwal could have been given a chance.
Questions are being raised even on being in the team
Mayank Agarwal is running in excellent form. Hanuma Vihari has played 16 Test matches for India so far. He has scored 839 runs in these matches at an average of 33.56, including 1 century and 5 half-centuries. Hanuma Vihari has won many matches for Team India on his own. But he could not maintain his rhythm. Such questions are also being raised about his being in the team.
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