IND VS ENG: PM Modi thrilled to see Chennai test with helicopter, tweeted this comment

New Delhi: Team India is being held in the grip of the second Test match being played against England. The Indian team performed brilliantly on the second day of the match. Especially in the matter of bowlers, Ashwin laid the spin of his spin in such a way that England’s first innings was completely stalled. Prime Minister of India (PM Narendra Modi) has also shown interest in this match.

PM Modi watched the match from a distance

Prime Minister Modi (PM Narendra Modi) shared a picture of the second match being played in Chennai on Twitter. Actually PM Modi was flying in Chennai. Then a view of the field of Chepak came in front of their eyes. He shared a picture of the same view on his Twitter handle.

England fail in first innings

On the second day, Team India’s first innings was reduced to 329 runs. After which the start of England team on the field was very bad. England’s team had lost 5 wickets for 52 runs. After which Ben Fox tried to handle the team but did not get teak at the crease for long and England’s wickets kept falling. India stopped England’s innings for 134 runs.

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Team India scored 329 runs in the first innings

The Indian team scored 329 runs in their innings. Rishabh Pant remained unbeaten for Team India scoring 58 runs. At the same time, Rohit Sharma scored the highest 161 runs. Apart from this, captain Ajinkya Rahane scored 67 runs.


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