IND vs ENG: KL Rahul clears the cards for these players by scoring a century, it is difficult to return to the team


New Delhi: Team India is performing tremendously in the Test series being played between India and England. In the second Test, Virat Sena defeated the English team by 151 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the series. The Indian team did wonders at the historic ground of Lord’s. Opening pair Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul created a storm with the bat. KL Rahul not only played a good innings, he made a great comeback in Tests by scoring a century at Lord’s.

Rahul confirmed his place in Test team

KL Rahul has so far scored 244 runs in four innings of the Test series and the way he batted in the second Test is commendable. This player is being applauded everywhere and it will not be wrong to say that KL Rahul, who is returning to Test after 2019, has cemented his place in the team. However, not everyone will be happy with this. In fact, Shubman Gill and Mayank Agarwal’s difficulties have increased due to Rahul playing in the team as an opener.

Shubman Gill and Mayank Agarwal suffered heavy losses

Shubman Gill and Mayank Agarwal’s opening card has been cut with KL Rahul confirming his place in the team. Even before the start of the England series, Shubman Gill was ruled out of the entire tour due to injury. Then in the first Test, Mayank Agarwal had to sit out due to injury and KL Rahul got an opportunity to open. Rahul has made the best of this opportunity and now it seems that Gill and Agarwal may have to wait a long time to appear in the Test.

Team India beat England in second test

In the second match of the 5-match Test series, Team India defeated England by 151 runs. There was a time in this match that England’s team would win this match easily, but the players of Team India did not allow this to happen. The great partnership of Shami and Bumrah kept the Indian team in the match and then the bowlers gave their amazing, in the end India won the match. The third test match between India and England will be played at Leeds from August 25.


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