Ind vs Eng: England’s woes in front of India’s spin attack, Ashwin took 5 wickets

New Delhi: India have come into a strong position on the second day of the second Test match between India and England at the M. Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. India today scored 329 runs in their first innings. Today was not a good day for England.

After the early dismissals of the openers, no batsman could stand ahead of India’s strong spin bowling. England’s condition was so bad that no batsman could even reach Fifty. Alam has been that 7 batsmen of the team could not reach even the double figures and the whole team was dismissed by 134 runs. Ramachandran Ashwin took 5 wickets in this match. Let us know that England are leading 1-0 in the series after winning the first match.

India landed to play on the second day of the match today. Rishabh Pant and Akshar Patel, who came ahead of 300 runs yesterday, but Patel could not add any runs to his score and got out. The tail batsmen who came after him could not last long. Pant kept falling down at one end. Pant was out after scoring 58 runs.

England’s first innings
Rory Burrows and Dom Sibley came on the opening for England. Brans could not even open his account and was lbw on Ishant Sharma’s ball. Sibli, who performed well in the first match, also could not stay long and got stuck in Ashwin’s spin by scoring 16 runs. After that, there was a spurt of problems. Dan Lawrence was out by 9 runs. Captain Joe Root, who scored a double century in the last match, went on to score just 6 runs. Ben Stokes, who came after him also could not last long and became the victim of Ashwin by scoring 18 runs. Ollie Pope scored 22 runs. Ben Fox was out for 42 runs. The rest of the batsmen could not even reach the double figures and the entire team was dismissed by 134 runs.

Ravichandran Ashwin took the highest 5 wickets for India and broke England’s back. Ishant Sharma and Akshar Patel, debuting, took 2–2 wickets. Mohammad Siraj got one wicket. Kuldeep Yadav failed to take wickets despite good bowling.

India’s second innings
India scored 54 for one wicket in their second innings. Shubman Gill became the victim of leach after scoring 14 runs. By the end of the match, Rohit Sharma (25) and Cheteshwar Pujara (7) are at the crease.