Leads: The bowlers of England piled up the batsmen of Team India like a pack of cards on the very first day of the third test match. Team India were bundled out for 78 runs on the very first day. No batsman of Team India could touch the 20-run mark. Among the Indian batsmen returning to the pavilion one after the other, wicket-keeper batsman Rishabh Pant did something, seeing that the color of captain Virat Kohli’s face flew away.
Kohli’s face lit up
There was hope from wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant that he would be able to save the Indian team in trouble, but it did not happen. Rishabh Pant once again played a bad shot. Pant could only score 2 runs and became the victim of Ollie Robinson. After the dismissal of Rishabh Pant, the color of Indian captain Virat Kohli’s face got discolored.
12 o’clock on Virat’s face
Indian captain Virat Kohli’s reaction after the dismissal of Rishabh Pant was worth watching. It seemed as if it was 12 o’clock on Virat’s face. Looking at Kohli, it seemed as if Pant’s wicket had hurt him more than Pant. This video has become fiercely viral on social media.
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Team India knelt in front of England
Let us inform that after registering a historic victory at Lord’s, Team India kneeled in front of England in the third Test match being played in Leeds. After taking a 1-0 lead in the series, Team India gave England a chance to return to the series. Team India were bundled out for 78 runs on the very first day of the third test match. After this, England strengthened their position in the match by scoring 120 runs without losing a wicket. England have taken a lead of 42 runs on the basis of first innings.
Kohli too could not show anything special with the bat.
Team India’s captain Virat Kohli also could not show anything special with the bat and became a victim of James Anderson’s ball on the score of just 7 runs. So far not a single big innings has come out of this series with Virat’s bat. Nothing proved right for the Indian team. One after the other, all the Indian batsmen put their weapons in front of the English bowlers.