KL Rahul’s unbeaten 127 and Rohit Sharma’s 83 helped India stop Day 1 of the 2nd Take a look at against England on a commanding 276 for 3 at Lord’s in London on Thursday.
KL Rahul smashed sixth Take a look at ton. (Twitter/BCCI)
London: KL Rahul’s unbeaten 127 and Rohit Sharma’s 83 helped India stop Day 1 of the 2nd Take a look at against England on a commanding 276 for 3 at Lord’s in London on Thursday. Rahul stitched 126 runs alongside with his opening partner Rohit after which had a 117-flee stand with captain Virat Kohli (42) for the third wicket to set the strong for Indian innings after being set in to bat.
Rahul used to be collected going strong after facing 248 balls from which he hit 12 fours and one six. Ajinkya Rahane used to be giving him firm on 1 at stumps. India lost one wicket — that of Kohli — within the final session after reaching 157 for 2 at tea.
Rohit used to be bowled by frail English seamer James Anderson in put up-lunch session after having fun with a superlative knock of 83, lacking out on what would dangle been a richly deserved century on the Lord’s. Rohit’s 145-ball knock integrated 11 fours and one six.
India had been 46 for no loss at lunch. The lunch spoil used to be called early on story of rain, which had also delayed the toss.
The 5-match assortment is levelled at 0-0 after the rain-marred opener resulted in a plot at Nottingham.
India 1st innings: 276 for 3 in 90 overs (Rohit Sharma 83, KL Rahul 127 batting, Virat Kohli 42; James Anderson 2/52, Ollie Robinson 1/47).