IND vs Leicestershire Live Updates: Team India’s top order got the power in the first test itself, Rohit-Gill took the old mistake

New Delhi. Team India has to play a Test match against England in Birmingham from July 1. Before that, the Indian team is playing a practice match against Leicestershire. But, India’s top order lost its strength in the very first examination. Captain Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, Shreyas Iyer and Hanuma Vihari returned to the pavilion cheaply. In this match, Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to bat first. In the absence of KL Rahul, Shubman Gill opened the innings with him. When Gill played some good shots in the beginning, the hope of a big innings came from him. But then after playing a bad shot on Will Davis’s ball, he was caught out at the hands of Pant.

The ball on which Gill got out was far outside the off-stump and he had to lose his wicket in the process of playing a shot on it. This is not the first time that Gill has been dismissed like this. He is losing his wicket by repeating the same mistake again and again.

Rohit Sharma also repeated the old mistake
Like Gill, Rohit Sharma also started well. But, he also missed out on playing a big innings in the practice match. Rohit is considered a good player of the short ball. But, for some time now, he has been losing his wicket in the affair of pulling the short ball. Something similar happened in the practice match against Leicestershire. Rohit tried to hit a pull shot off a short ball from Roman Walker. But, the ball did not hit his bat properly and went into the air, Abidin Skande did no wrong in catching Rohit. In this way the Indian captain got out after scoring 25 runs.

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Vihari also got out after playing a bad shot.
After Rohit, Hanuma Vihari, who is considered to be the troubleshooter of the team, also walked on. He scored 3 runs. He was also made his victim by Roman Walker. Vihari tried to drive the ball outside Walker’s off-stump. But, taking the edge of his bat, the ball went straight to Sam Batts stationed in the slip and he took the catch very easily. After this Shreyas Iyer got out. He faced 11 balls. But could not even open the account. He was caught by the famous Krishna at the hands of Pant behind the wicket. After this Ravindra Jadeja also got out after scoring 13 runs in 13 balls. India’s five wickets fell for 81 runs.

Tags: Hanuma Vihari, India Vs England, Rohit Sharma, Shubhman Gill, Virat Kohli

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