See: Comedy of errors! Rohit Sharma upset with Ravichandran Ashwin, Rajat Patidar’s poor fielding

Ravichandran Ashwin, Rajat Patidars comedy of errors

The Indian team has been brilliant on the field so far in the first Test, Indian spinner Ravichandran Ashwin and stand-in fielder Rajat Patidar producing a moment of sloppy fielding. As Ashwin tried to chase a boundary, he couldn’t save it as Patidar joined him in the chase.

While trying to overcome a limit, Ravichandran Ashwin He was trying to play a slip but couldn’t do it as Rajat Patidar was also trying to save the boundary. Due to such carelessness, a boundary which he could easily have cleared was left at four, and the Indian captain Rohit Sharma He was also not happy with such a level of field.

Watch: Ravichandran Ashwin, Rajat Patidar’s carelessness on the field

England put up a decent fight in their second innings during Day 3 of the first Test match against India. England beat the hosts early with a score of 436 runs and finished at 172/5 after the finale of 42 overs at lunch on Day 3 of the Hyderabad Test. England batsmen Ollie Pope and Ben Stokes will be eager to help England take a big lead in the first innings.

Ollie Pope was brilliant on Day 3 for England and was unbeaten on 67 runs off 94 balls along with Ben Foakes. Once again, England got off to a respectable start thanks to openers Ben Duckett and Zak Crawley, who combined to score 45 runs for the first wicket. Ravichandran Ashwin removed Crawley having scored 31 runs off 33 balls, but Duckett persisted in his assault, scoring 68 runs off 57 balls to take the second wicket.

Joe Root was caught in front by the formidable Indian pacer Jasprit Bumrah, while Ben Duckett’s off stump cartwheeled for 47 runs against him. Also, Jonny Bairstow could not contribute much and was removed for ten runs by Ravindra Jadeja.

England captain Ben Stokes, who was the team’s top scorer in the first innings, was dismissed for 6 runs and was bowled by Ravichandran Ashwin.

When Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja was bowled out for 87 runs, missing out on a century, India finished their first innings on 436 runs. Jadeja and Axar Patel put together an eighth-wicket partnership of 78 runs off 174 balls, with Patel scoring 44 runs off 94 balls.

India had a chance to put England on the back foot once again after taking a 189-run lead in the first innings. Joe Root was the highest wicket-taker for England in the first innings and ended the innings with a four-wicket haul. Jack Leach took one wicket and Rehan Ahmed and Tom Hartley took two wickets each.

England had put up a decent batting display in their first innings, however, the Indian spinners did not allow them to score at a first run rate and they picked up 8 of the 10 English wickets and closed them for 246 runs.

India, in return, put up an aggressive batting show in which Yashasvi Jaiswal, KL Rahul and Ravindra Jadeja scored 80, 86 and 87 runs respectively.