New Delhi: After winning the second Test against England by 151 runs, everyone is expecting a great performance from Team India in the third Test. However, the hearts of the fans must have been broken by the poor start of the Indian team. In the third test, after winning the toss and electing to bat first, Virat Sena lost two important wickets for just 4 runs. At the same time, Kohli and Rahane also could not do anything special and kept on walking.
In the third Test, England fast bowler James Anderson forced the top batsmen of Team India to kneel. Within an hour of the match, the Indian team lost its three wickets. First KL Rahul returned to the pavilion without opening the account. After which Cheteshwar Pujara could only score 1 run in 9 balls and once again proved to be a flop.
Kohli’s bat did not play once again and Anderson (James Anderson) got Virat caught behind the wicket by Jos Buttler in the first innings of the third Test and stopped his innings for just seven runs. James Anderson threw 3 maidens in 6 overs in the first one hour and took 3 wickets for a total of 6 runs. During this he did not bowl a single bad ball.
Kohli became Anderson’s victim for the 7th time in Tests
England fast bowler James Anderson has hunted the Indian captain for the seventh time in Test cricket. During the second Test played between Kohli and Anderson at Lord’s, there was a tussle and the matter had caught a lot of attention. With this, Anderson became the bowler with the most dismissals in Test cricket for seven times.
However, Australia’s Nathan Lyon has also been dismissed seven times in Test cricket. Apart from these two bowlers, Kohli has been dismissed five times each in Test cricket by England’s Stuart Broad, Moeen Ali, Ben Stokes and Australia’s Pat Cummins.