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IND vs ENG | Have played around the world but winning the Chennai Test incomparable, insists Jofra Archer 
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England's Jofra Archer tasted success in his very first Asia Test in India, which is rare, and the pacer has admitted that nothing compares to this win having played all around the world. He also termed the fifth day Chennai surface the worst he has seen, though he expected more fight from India.Winning in India remains the biggest challenge for Test teams in world cricket. No other team even comes close to India's crazy home record. They last lost a Test series in 2012/13 while, overall, they have only lost two Test series since the start of the century. In the last decade, Team India lost only three Tests at home. So, all these stats plus the high of winning Test series Down Under with a depleted side made Virat Kohli's men the topdogs to win the first Test against England. Unlike the Australia series, however, India didn't even show any fight let alone being in game to win. England were clinical enough throughout the game and never gave India a sniff for a fightback. Jofra Archer, who was crucial in England's first innings bowling efforts, taking two wickets in his opening spell, expressed his pleasure at winning the Chennai Test, a feeling and feat which he finds 'incomparable'. "I’ve played in tournaments around the world, and had success, but winning a Test is one of those indescribable feelings, especially against a really good team. Nothing compares," Archer wrote in his column for the Daily Mail, reported HT.There was a lot of hype around the Chepauk wicket. It was heavily criticized in 2016 when it hosted India and England for being excessively flat. But this time the newly appointed curator had promised that there will be sporting wicket with English looks that will support pace bowlers on first day, followed by two batting days and then the last two days in favor of spinners. On the contrary the first two days of the Test was akin to a graveyard for bowlers. There wasn't much carry on the wicket which was slow and turned tricky and unfavorable by the time India's first innings commenced on day three. Commenting on the surface, Archer stated that it was the 'worst surface' that he had seen. He also added that he didn't expect India to surrender so quickly on final day of the Test series opener. “On the fifth day, it was probably the worst surface I’ve seen — its orange colour, bits missing, rough patches for the bowlers to aim at. When we walked out in search of nine wickets on the fifth day, I was very hopeful we would complete the job — although these India players have big reputations and are at home, so should be able to cope with conditions better than anyone. So, I didn’t expect us to skittle them. Equally, I didn’t expect it to finish not long after afternoon drinks."India will take on England in second Test in Chennai again from Saturday onwards before the Caravan moves to Ahmedabad for the last two Tests of the series. At the moment, England have a lead of 1-0.  Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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IND vs ENG | Moeen Ali has worked hard, we have full confidence in him, asserts Chris Silverwood
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English coach Chris Silverwood has full faith in experienced English all-rounder Moeen Ali's abilities should he play in the second Test against India. It was surprising to see the all-rounder missing out in the Test series opener after he had missed the last series against Sri Lanka due to COVID.Moeen Ali has been one of England's key players in Asia given he bowls off-spin and is pretty handy with the bat in the sub-continent conditions against spin. After missing out in the two-match Test series in Sri Lanka, it was expected that the all-rounder, who last featured in a Test as long back as 2019 Ashes, will feature in the XI in the first Test against India. But it was not to be as England surprisingly overlooked him. Now, for the second Test, he can come into picture if not as one of the two spinners then perhaps in place of someone like Daniel Lawrence, especially after the youngster failed with the bat.English coach Chris Silverwood revealed that Moeen has worked hard and should he play, he has full faith that the 33-year-old will do well."Moeen has worked as hard as he can with the facilities we have," Silverwood said. "Obviously he has not played in a game and we know that. We accept that those are the times we are in, but should he play, I would have every confidence in him," Silverwood said, reported ESPN. After an impressive first innings where he took four wickets, offie Dom Bess struggled largely in the second innings but the English head coach is confident that such things are part and parcel of the game. There were quite a few full tosses and long hops delivered by the young spinner, which isn't common when it comes to specialist spinners in Tests and were on display even in Lanka Tests. "I think he just had a bad day, which can happen to anybody. The top and bottom of that one is that we'll get in the nets on Thursday and we'll get bowling again and I'm sure he'll get straight back on the bike. I'm not concerned at this moment in time. Did he have an attack of the yips? No, absolutely not."I am not worried. I had a chat with him afterwards and he's still in good spirits. Everybody has a bad day and I can accept that. It's not through lack of effort. We get to the nets, work hard again and find him some rhythm: I am sure he will be fine," he said.With the second Test at the same venue, Chepauk, crowds are set to return back to the picture and Silverwood is quite excited about the same heading into the next game. "Am not concerned about the bubble aspect. They have been brilliant and we all feel safe. And from the crowd point of view, we will be having noise in the ground again and it will be fantastic," Silverwood said, reported TOI. "I mean if we get anything like that, like some sort of normality, it will make everything just a bit more buzz really and I think it will be great. We have got no concerns (on fans being allowed for the 2nd Test). Since we have been here, we have been very well looked after and we feel safe in the environment," he added. Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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IND vs ENG | There were times when Virat was hard to understand as captain in first Test, feels Sanjay Manjrekar 
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Former Indian batsman Sanjay Manjrekar has stated that there were certain times in the first Test loss against England when Virat Kohli's captaincy was hard to decode. He  added that there were no issues with team selection but did concede that England were tactically superior to India. India lost a Test at their home which is as rare as a feat as you would see in cricket after they had lost only three Tests in the last decade. They received a complete mauling at the hands of the Three Lions, who didn't let the pressure evaporate and dominated extensively for first four days which culminated into a famous Test victory mid-way through the final day. India's bowling struggled greatly on a flat pitch in the first innings and then the batting was also not up to the mark after a historic Test series win Down Under.Former Indian batsman and famous cricket pundit Sanjay Manjrekar has asserted that there were times when he couldn't understand what Indian skipper Virat Kohli was doing, though he refused to admit that India had bad tactics overall. "Tactically, the small parts of the game where Washington Sundar I think bowled the wrong line to begin with. He is a great guy to bowl outside off stump and when he did that, it troubled the opposition batsmen. That's where Virat Kohli is a little hard to understand, with his overall strategy and team selection." Manjrekar said on ESPNCricinfo, reported HT.Shahbaz Nadeem, who had come in as last minute replacement in the team for Axar Patel, had a horrible outing as he was targeted by the English batsmen mercilessly throughout the Test. Manjrekar wasn't too happy with the way the field was set when the left-arm spinner was bowling. "His first few overs (Nadeem), he had two people on the drive. Maybe the bowlers weren't allowed to begin with to bowl to the field that he wanted. But more than tactics, India's ability in this match fell short and they would want to make amends in the second Test. Tactically, England were superior but I won't say that India blundered tactically," Manjrekar said.There was also quite a bit uproar when India decided to leave out Kuldeep Yadav for the first Test but Manjrekar felt the selection was fair. "I wouldn't say India had bad tactics or they blundered on tactics. Team selection I think was fair. People are talking about Kuldeep Yadav now because Shahbaz Nadeem hasn't bowled well. This was a tailor-made pitch for him," After losing the first Test, India will take on England in the second game of the four-match Test series from Saturday onwards at the same venue amid the crowd returning to the scene. Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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IND เทียบกับ AUS | Joe Ruth เป็นนักปั่นที่ดีที่สุดในอังกฤษ Nasser Hussein กล่าว
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Nasser Hussein ได้ประกาศให้ Joe Ruth เป็นผู้เล่นที่ดีที่สุดในเกมหมุนในอังกฤษและเสริมว่าเขาจะทำลายสถิติที่เป็นไปได้ทั้งหมดของชาวอังกฤษ นอกจากนี้เขายังเชื่อว่าชัยชนะของอังกฤษในเจนไนจะเป็นชัยชนะที่ดีที่สุดในสมัยนั้นสำหรับอังกฤษหลังจากก้าวเข้าสู่อนุทวีปแล้วสัญญาณก็เป็นไปในเชิงบวกและโจรู ธ ผู้นำของพวกเขาตัดสินใจทำให้ทุกคนประหลาดใจ รูปร่างที่น่าอัศจรรย์ นับตั้งแต่การทดสอบครั้งแรกใน Halle มือขวายังไม่กลับมาและทั้งสองทดสอบสองศตวรรษในสามการทดลองรวมถึงเมื่อฝ่ายอินเดียวิ่ง นอกจากนี้เขายังแซงหน้า Virat Kohli และ Marnus Labusanne เพื่อจบอันดับสองในการจัดอันดับ Nasser Hussein อดีตกัปตันชาวอังกฤษได้เสนอชื่อนักคริกเก็ตของ Roth ใน Yorkshire ว่าเป็นนักปั่นที่ดีที่สุดของอังกฤษในอีกสองศตวรรษต่อมาในเจนไน เขาเสริมว่าเป็นเรื่องน่ายินดีที่ได้เห็นเขากวาดคนที่กำลังปั่น "รูทส์เป็นหนึ่งในยักษ์ใหญ่ของอังกฤษเขาอาจจะทำลายสถิติทั้งหมดอาจจะผ่านการทดสอบ 161 นัดของเซอร์อลาสแตร์คุกและจำนวนนักวิ่งจะสูงขึ้น" ฮุสเซนเขียนในคอลัมน์สกายสปอร์ต TOI. “ ฉันสามารถพูดได้ว่าเขาเป็นนักปั่นที่เก่งที่สุดในอังกฤษและมันน่าทึ่งมากที่ได้เห็นเทคนิคการกวาดของเขา” เขากล่าวเสริม อย่างไรก็ตามในระหว่างการทดสอบโจรู ธ แซงสถิติการวิ่ง 8463 ของ Alec Stewart ทำให้ตัวเองเป็นผู้เล่นลูกบอลสีแดงที่ดีที่สุดในประวัติศาสตร์ของคริกเก็ตอังกฤษโดยรั้งท้ายด้วยคะแนนเพียง 393 คะแนนตามหลัง Graham Goch "เขาอยู่ในชีวิตสมรสที่ยอดเยี่ยมอายุเพียง 30 ปีถ้าคุณสร้างรายชื่อนักมวยที่ดีที่สุดตลอดกาลของอังกฤษ - ฉันเคยเห็นมาก่อน - คุณน่าจะมีรากฐานมาจาก Cook, Graham Guch และ Kevin Petersen" เรียกได้ว่าเป็นหนึ่งใน ชัยชนะที่ดีที่สุด เขาเสริมว่านี่เป็นฟอร์มที่ดีที่สุดของอังกฤษเป็นเวลานานโดยชนะ 6 ครั้งติดต่อกันและคว้าแชมป์แอฟริกาใต้ "ดังนั้นชัยชนะครั้งนี้ของอังกฤษควรจะมีโดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่งในบ้านพวกเขาแสดงให้เห็นถึงเกมที่ดีที่สุดตั้งแต่การส่งบอลไปจนถึงการส่งบอลครั้งสุดท้ายมันเป็นสิ่งที่ดีที่สุด" "ถ้าคุณถามโจรู ธ หรือคริสซิลเวอร์วูดพวกเขาจะตอบได้ว่าพวกเขาเก่งที่สุดในโลกหรือไม่ แต่พวกเขาดีที่สุดเท่าที่จะทำได้หกครั้งติดต่อกันถ้าคุณกลับไปแอฟริกาใต้เมื่อฤดูหนาวที่แล้ว" เขากล่าวทิ้งท้าย Facebook เชื่อมต่อกับเราบน Twitter คลิก Like และแชร์หน้า Instagram ของเราที่นี่
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IND vs ENG | Aware that I’m not a guaranteed starter for second Test, admits James Anderson
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James Anderson, who ripped through the Indian batting on Day 5, admitted that England’s rest and rotate policy could see him sit out the second Test but stated that he would love to play back-to-back games. Anderson further revealed that he consciously adopted a defensive approach in 1st innings.It is not often that a fast bowler can claim to be in the form of his life at 38, but James Anderson is an outlier. Having registered career-best subcontinent figures of 6/46 in Galle last month, the right-armer backed up the stellar showing with yet another match winning performance in Chennai. Using prodigious reverse-swing, the 38-year-old ripped through the Indian middle-order on the final day to finish with match figures of 5/63 and help England take a 1-0 lead. Anderson would have been a guaranteed starter for the next Test in any other country, but England’s ‘rest and rotate’ policy, coupled with his age, means that there is every possibility that the veteran could sit out the second Chennai Test starting in four days’ time. Speaking post the match on Tuesday, the 38-year-old expressed that he would love to also play the second Test, but admitted that he respects the rotation policy, which could see Stuart Broad be drafted into the side."I guess when a batsman gets in rhythm and form they just want to keep batting and it's the same for a bowler - you want to keep that going as much as possible. But I'm very aware we've got four Test matches in quick succession here and there will be a need to rest and rotate,” Anderson said on Tuesday, reported Cricbuzz.“I'm not presuming anything. I'll try and rest and recover from this game as best I can in the next day or two and get back in the nets and try and put my name in the hat for Saturday.”Anderson struck in just his third over in the second innings, but the 158-Test veteran went wicketless in his first 15 overs in the first innings, where he adopted a more conservative approach to help the other bowlers. This duality was also visible in Sri Lanka, where, in the absence of reverse swing, he adhered to bowling tight lines and lengths, testing the batsmen’s patience rather than trying to produce something out of the ordinary. The 38-year-old revealed that he understands he has to perform different roles and insisted that he is more than happy to be a team man."I thought we were really good. We assessed conditions really well, set the right fields, we tried to keep the run rate down to a reasonable level and I thought everyone stuck to their gameplan. For me that first innings I felt I was the bowler to keep the run rate down, try and drive things up and let the spinners and Jofra attack a little bit more. In England it might be the other way around, the spinners have to do the drying up job."I'm very aware that could be my job out here and then you can attack more in the second innings if you do get reverse swing. It's just trying to manage that throughout the game and pick the right moment to attack and you know when to sit back and defend a little bit," said Anderson.Indian seamers Jasprit Bumrah and Ishant Sharma, on Day 4, exploited patches on the wicket through reverse swing, but while they only managed to trap batsmen LBW, Anderson got stumps to cartwheel. The right-armer, however, revealed that he was originally only aiming to bowl a stump-to-stump line and the ‘bowled’ dismissals pretty much happened by accident."I didn't really do anything out of the ordinary from the plans we had. I was just lucky really with a couple that hit the bare patches, a bit of reverse as well, so we knew we just had to keep hitting those areas as much as possible and hopefully we'd get a couple to keep low or deviate. We got three or four throughout the day to do that so there was a bit of luck involved as well but I was happy with how it went.""To be honest I was more expecting an lbw, one to keep low or a caught midwicket with one that stuck in the pitch a little bit. But it's always nice to see the stumps cartwheeling out the ground. It doesn't happen very often at my age so I'm really happy with it. It tops off a really good performance throughout the five days - it was a really solid and complete performance from the whole team.”Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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Incredible patience and vigour with renewed focus: how Jack Leach overcame the odds in Chennai
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Ahead of the series, the focus was of course on Root, on the English batting if they can withstand the Indian bowling unit. But as the past has suggested, always look out for the foreign spinner, especially if he’s left-handed and if it’s a series opener. Rishabh Pant steps out of his crease, Leach has found the ideal spot for the southpaw, who crashes the ball against the sponsors beyond the boundary rope. The riveting battle between two cricketers - at either end of 20s and a new stage of their career - handed contrasting opportunities. While Pant made the fullest use at the striker’s end, Leach made the headline for all the wrong reasons.Never has a spinner been banished as quickly as the left-armer has found himself and never has the Indian wicketkeeper shown mercy to a spinner. For one-tenth of a second, Leach had a different game plan but when the second it was completed, he found himself in a similar position - the Rishabh Pant effect, float like a butterfly, sting like a bee. Having craned his head for the major part of the day, Leach identified the struggles of bowling in India and quickly identified what the other spinners have gone through in the past against the youngster at the other end. Root and Leach were right - they had a definite plan for the youngster in place. But as it happened, it went awry and he ended up conceding 69 runs off his first seven overs in the country. There has never been a sweeter welcome in the country. "Having missed so much cricket you have to remember to cherish and enjoy these moments. It's my first time in India and to come here and bowl spin is the dream I had. So I just see it as a fantastic opportunity and one I want to enjoy,” Leach had said before the tour. While he took the needed risk, he failed. Yet he moved on, learnt from it and stepped up his game, indicating the presence of the tough mentality. But later on, in the scheme of things, the left-armer bowled snarlers and gems when the ball seemingly gripped. And when he struck, the ball dropped, while in reality, it bounced off the upper part of Ravichandran Ashwin’s blade. It was a dangerous partnership but not more dangerous than what the 29-year-old had just unearthed - the sweet spot of success in Chennai.In the span of two, he accounted for his second wicket - another victim of the vicious bounce. Having put under the pump for the most part of the third day, Leach had just found another incarnation of himself - reinventing his bowling - in the middle of the day. When England had a lead, aplenty that some deemed - there was the other task impending for the left-arm spinner. He had to open the bowling this time around. In the wee hours of the day, where you would have your premier bowlers in tandem, Root found an opportunity to rattle in Leach - a spinner - a ploy that was previously employed in Sri Lanka as well. But up against the English spinners were two of India’s best players of spin - Rohit and Gill. Two of whom, who have disregarded plenty of spinners during their cricketing career and interestingly banished several spinners in the process as well. With runs leaking, as if it were some faulty plumbing, England were flooded with problems - none really solving it at the same time. Having struggled against Gill in just the previous over, Leach was handed a reprieve when Rohit crossed ends. Flighted ball, enticing the batsman to get on the up and knock it straight back, the Somerset spinner threw a dime. It turned out, it wasn’t a dime but a diamond, as Rohit headed back to the dressing room. A pitch that made life hell for the left-arm spinner had overnight turned into his saviour, into his mentor and, moreover, handed him an opportunity to start afresh. England still needed nine wickets, they still had Cheteshwar Pujara - the man possessed by the batting gods at the crease. When spinners around the world have been bothered by his looks, his demeanour - Leach stood there, striking a chord with his inner mind and seemingly found the right word with the pitch. Pujara was pushed, pushed on the backfoot and then brought back forward with a flighted delivery that landed England the sucker blow against India. Flight, bounce, outside edge, slip cordon - four magical words suddenly brought about a new life in England, at a time where waking up was more than just a task. He suddenly got into a groove, where every delivery either whistled or nested past the bat and found the batsmen second-guessing. For all the pressure that he had created from one end, drying up opportunities, creating doubts in batsmen’s head, Anderson came into the attack to marvel at the audience. But there was Pant yet again, this time around, the battle was slightly more conservative - both of them didn’t want a piece of each other. As England stood, putting their full efforts in breaking the partnership between Ravichandran Ashwin and Virat Kohli, it was Leach again, who sucked them out of the crease, tempting a shot. With the bounce that he generated on the day, it required a monumental effort from the batting pair to keep it down, which Ashwin didn’t possess, as Leach got his third. It was only a matter of time before he turned three into four, four into six for the entire game, and put on a show. "They have a great batting lineup and I knew the pressure that comes with it. Happy to take some wickets and get the boys over the line," Leach said post-game. Having previously been well-known for his incredible 1*, Leach had almost found himself wanting for the worst record possible by an English spinner in these conditions before the fortune clock turned around. After being driven out of the attack, plundered ruthlessly by Rishabh Pant, Jack Leach found incredible vigour and immense patience, all with a renewed focus. At the same time, for a spinner to learn on the go - that too in India - Leach not just unearthed one of the most blessed abilities but doubled it up dangerously with his strength and vigour, which galored at Chepauk. Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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VIDEO | Stokes celebrates Kohli’s wicket animatedly to reignite the rivalry
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Ben Stokes is some character. He always likes to be in the mix of things. He's a man of incredible skills and a box-office cricketer. Virat Kohli's batting today was poetry in motion. It needed something special to get him off the pitch. And special things and Stokes go well together.For all of you, cricket folks, let me tell you that the epic Ben Stokes vs Virat Kohli rivalry is back. Kohli has been quite silent for his personality in this Test. But today, Ben Stokes has again reignited the rivalry as the heat is on as we move to the second Test. But before that lets's get to back what happened a short while back. So, Virat Kohli was batting like a dream on a tricky day five surface. Or I should say, it's his world and we were dreaming as such was the trance he had gotten into when every wheel was coming off for India. He had weathered the storm against the reverse-swing king and his nemesis James Anderson. He had punished Dom Bess in a dominating fashion making up for his first-innings dismissal. He was playing Jack Leach with all the ease and class in the world. But then came Ben Stokes with the 55th over. Just like Red (Morgan Freeman) in Shaswank Redemption, he is the man who can get things done. And he does it for England. He hits the rough patch to perfection as the ball doesn't get up after pitching and races past the bottom of Kohli's bat to disturb the woodwork.The Indian captain is left stunned. He again misses a century. Keeps starting at the surface. But Ben Stokes is hardly concerned. He is in his own world and celebrating even more crazily than he did after the 2019 World Cup win. He is animated even when the Indian skipper walks past him.  And their rivalry is again ready to lit up the series as Kohli has a good memory. Hahaha! Stokes reaction to Bumrah's first ball four is hilarious!Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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IND vs ENG | James Anderson is a great role model for the rest of the group, asserts Joe Root 
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English skipper Joe Root was full of praise for veteran English pacer James Anderson as he termed him a great role model for the team after the first Test win over India. He also added that winning the toss was crucial but it was important to follow through on every facet to win.English pacer James Anderson has been a crucial figure for England in sub-continent conditions after having struggled early on in the alien conditions. In the first innings of the Chennai Test, it was Jofra Archer, who was impressive but today not only James Anderson made his presence felt but opened up the game for the visitors after his five-over spell in the first session accounted for crucial wickets of Shubman Gill, Ajinkya Rahane and Rishabh Pant as he put up a reverse-swing masterclass. Speaking post-game, winning skipper Joe Root applauded the skill-level of the 38-year-old and also termed him a great role model for the team. "The way Anderson goes about things, challenging himself constantly and getting better all the time even at 38. He's a great role model to the rest of the group. His skill level is right up there with anyone we've ever seen," Root said in the post-match presentation, reported Cricbuzz. England were lucky to win the toss on a wicket that played extremely flat for the first two days and started getting difficult to bat from the third day onwards. They put up a massive total of 578 runs on board in their first innings, which Root felt was crucial given they needed to make most of winning the toss. "Crucial toss but from that point we had to follow through and make the most of a very good wicket. We did that very well. To take 20 wickets in alien conditions is a brilliant job from the bowlers. Knew from the outset it was going to be a good wicket. The first partnership got us going. Different stages guys came in and contributed. That's got to be the way - if we're going to win out here someone has to do that. Fortunately, it was me this week. We know that India are going to come back hard at us."England had decided against declaring on day four which was deemed pretty defensive by a lot of cricket pundits. Root, however, stated that he wanted to take India's win out of the equation and that's why he didn't hesitate in batting late on day four leaving 420 to chase for India. "The idea was to get to 400. Didn't quite materialise like that. But having spent some time out there, I knew wicket had changed drastically and knew it was going to change again. Wanted to take India's win out of the equation. As a bowling group we didn't want to worry about the run rate. Standing here, having won the first game is very pleasing."Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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IND vs ENG | Pant could change game in a session, didn’t want that pressure, reveals Joe Root 
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English skipper Joe Root was heavily criticized for not declaring England's second innings and he has now revealed that Rishabh Pant could have impacted game and he didn't want that pressure. He also added that India have some exceptional players and they will come back hard in the next Test. Though Rishabh Pant has had a short Test career thus far but his impact has been paramount. He was critical to India's epic Gabba win and also threatened to run away with the game in the SCG Test against the Aussies when he had combined in a big stand with Cheteshwar Pujara with his counter-attacking 97. In the first innings of the Chennai Test too, he made an aggressive 91 coming in a pressure situation and helped India post 337 in response to England's 578. Given the left-hander's track record in the fourth innings, English skipper Joe Root didn't want the pressure of containing runs and knew the Indian gloveman could change things in a session. "Rishabh Pant bats for one session and he can make things quite interesting. I did not want the pressure of having to contain and as well as take wickets. I wanted to make sure that the bowlers were concentrating on the ways of finding the wickets on that surface. We were always going to create ten chances, we just had to be disciplined and take the chances that came our way. We could have declared earlier, I am just glad how it has turned out," Root said in a virtual presser, reported ANI. He also added that it was necessary for the Three Lions to completely take India out of the game as Chepauk had a fast outfield. "We could have declared earlier, for sure, we could have. I wanted to make sure that there were only two results possible in this game. I wanted to make sure that we turned up today with the ball still being hard. We wanted to give our bowlers an extra bit of time to be raring to go. We wanted to get to 400 and then we wanted to press the accelerator. Actually, it was going to be really important that we had runs on the board as it was a fast outfield."The 38-year-old James Anderson was crucial to England's win today as he took three wickets in quick time in the first session to jolt India's batting and put England into a position of ascendancy. Root praised the fitness levels of an ageless Anderson. "The toss was going to be important. From that point, it was crucial that we made the most of batting first on that wicket. We played fantastic cricket, we were in control of the game and the guys were exceptional today in particular. It will give us confidence going into the series. I think Anderson seems to get better with time. Those fitness levels are right up there, it is probably the best he has ever been in his whole career," said Root.Despite taking a 1-0 lead in the series, Joe Root is wary of India's strong fightback and wants to keep improving going into the next Test that starts from February 13 at the same venue. "This is certainly a very good victory. But in the scheme of this series, we know it's just a start. We know India is a very good team and they are a very proud nation, they have some exceptional players. They will come hard at us but to be sitting 1-0 up, it's really good. Really proud of how we played this week, there are some areas we can improve on," he added.Follow us on Facebook hereStay connected with us on Twitter hereLike and share our Instagram page here .
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หลังจาก Gabba แฟน ๆ ชาวอินเดียต่างก็หวังว่าจะได้ชัยชนะ ส่วนคอหวยก็รอนาน แต่อังกฤษเจมส์แอนเดอร์สันและแจ็คลีชมีแผนเพิ่มขึ้นเล็กน้อยเนื่องจากนักท่องเที่ยวเอาชนะการทดสอบที่น่าทึ่งใน Chepauk แม้จะมีชัยชนะเหนือชลปุกถึง 72 ครั้ง แต่ก็ไม่ได้รับการสนับสนุนมากนัก อาจารย์เจมส์แอนเดอร์สันมาที่เจนไนพร้อมกับ "กลับมา" เจมส์แอนเดอร์สันเป็นคนที่ยอดเยี่ยมในอังกฤษหรือเอเชียไม่ว่าจะมีเมฆหรือไม่มีดุ๊ก เขาเป็นศิลปินที่ยอดเยี่ยมและเมื่ออายุ 38 ปีเขายังวิ่งเล่นกับลูกพีชเล่นโบว์ลิ่งและแสดงให้เราเห็นว่าเขาเก่งแค่ไหนและทำให้เราประหลาดใจ การชนะในอินเดียไม่ใช่เรื่องตลก อินเดียแพ้การทดสอบที่บ้านถึงสามครั้งในเวลาอย่างน้อยสิบปีดังนั้นคุณสามารถนับการทดสอบได้ด้วยมือของคุณ อย่างไรก็ตามวันนี้เกมถูกกำหนดให้กับอังกฤษโดยมีสนามอยู่ข้างเท้าแผนการนั้นชัดเจนและแอนเดอร์สันจะกำหนดเป้าหมายไปที่เตียงและตอไม้ แต่ตาของกิลล์อยู่แล้ว แต่เขาโค้งคำนับให้กับผู้จัดส่งที่หันกลับไปเอาทารกออกมา สิ่งหนึ่งที่ควรทราบคือลูกบอลกำลังเข้ามุมมันเป็นวันที่ห้าของการขว้างและมีการเคลื่อนไหวบนดาดฟ้าดังนั้นเขาจึงกลับมาในเย็นวันนั้น นอกจากนี้เขายังขว้างมีดหลายอันและใส่เครื่องหมายด้านหลังไว้มากมาย ข้อมือของเขาอยู่ในสภาพสมบูรณ์และรอยเย็บของเขาก็เรียบร้อยดี ในระยะสั้นเขาใช้ประโยชน์จากมุมและคำนวณไส้ตะเกียงของ Ajinka Rahane และ Rishabh Pant นอกจากนี้ยังล้มกลุ่มค้างคาว 6 ตัวจากอินเดียซึ่งกำลังเล่นโบว์ลิ่งเป็นครั้งแรกนับตั้งแต่ปี 2551 เขาเล่นเวทห้าครั้งเสร็จวิ่งหกครั้งทำคะแนนได้สามคะแนนและชนะการทดสอบที่หายากในอินเดีย มันชวนให้นึกถึงเวทมนตร์คลาสสิกของเขาในมุมไบปี 2006 กัลกัตตาและนาคปุระปี 2012 ผู้ลากมากดี! Ajinkya 'ตรงข้าม' Rahane ทีมอยู่ภายใต้ความกดดันอย่างแท้จริง Young Schubman Gill ไปพบกับความงามของ James Anderson แต่ Ajinkya Rahane รองกัปตันทีมทดสอบของอินเดียกำลังจะมา เขากระโดดในด่านแรกอย่างสมบูรณ์เพื่อกำจัดปัญหาในอินเดีย แต่วันนี้เขาสามารถแก้ไขบางสิ่งที่ผิดพลาดได้ ในระหว่างการเกิดครั้งที่สองเธอได้เผชิญหน้ากับแอนเดอร์สันที่แพร่หลายก้าวสั้น ๆ และรอดชีวิตแม้ว่าเธอจะห้อยไปข้างหน้าก็ตาม แต่การส่งมอบครั้งต่อไปเช่นเดียวกับกิลล์ที่ไม่มีประสบการณ์มีช่องว่างขนาดใหญ่ระหว่างค้างคาวและเตียงและเขาปฏิเสธอินเดียอีกครั้ง นักเตะวัย 32 ปีนำอินเดียไปสู่ชัยชนะหลายครั้งในออสเตรเลีย แต่การโจมตีตอบโต้ของเขาถูกมองข้ามไป ด้วยการแบน MCG Ton และ Test เขาจัดการได้ 42, 0, 22, 4, 37, 24 คะแนนในซีรีส์ ตั้งแต่ต้นปี 2020 ในการทดลอง 7 ครั้งและ 14 รอบ Rahane วิ่งได้ต่ำกว่าค่าเฉลี่ย 27.69 และข้ามขีด จำกัด ห้าสิบรันเพียงครั้งเดียว นอกจากนี้เขายังไม่ได้เป็นตัวแทนที่ดีในฐานะสมาชิกอาวุโสเนื่องจากเขามีหน้าที่รับผิดชอบร่วมกับโคห์ลีและพูจาราโดยเฉพาะอย่างยิ่งตั้งแต่เขาเล่นทัวร์หมู่เกาะเวสต์อินดีสในปี 2019 คืนฟอร์มและเล่นได้ดีในบ้านกับแอฟริกาใต้และบังกลาเทศตามลำดับ ก่อนหน้านี้มีค่าเฉลี่ยอยู่ที่ 33.61 สำหรับปีนี้ ไม่เข้ากันอย่างแน่นอน นี่คือคุณสมบัติของมุมไบในการทดสอบ มีหลายขั้นตอนเช่นนี้ที่เขาสามารถกำจัดการแสดงชุดหนึ่งได้ อย่างไรก็ตามจากการเติบโตของค้างคาวอินเดียอายุน้อยมันน่าสนใจที่จะเห็นว่าทีมถูกขัดขวางอย่างไรเนื่องจากไม่มีตัวเลือกที่ดีในลำดับกลาง การต่อสู้ที่เหลือเชื่อของ Jack Leach เป็นความฝันที่เป็นจริงและถ้า Jack Leach ต้องเล่นคริกเก็ตทดสอบในสภาพที่ดีของอินเดียเขาก็ได้รับการต้อนรับอย่างไร้ความปราณีจาก Rishabh Pent ในขั้นตอนหนึ่งเขาผ่านห้าคนแรกของอินเดียในช่วงห้าคนแรกจากนั้นก็วิ่งเข้าใกล้ 10 RPO ในแง่หนึ่งดอมเบสหนุ่มกำลังแสดงโชว์ที่ดีที่สุดและในทางกลับกันลีชกำลังดิ้นรน เขาตีหกจากห้านัดบนกางเกงและวิ่ง 4.40 ทุกครั้งที่เขาจบด้วย 2/105 อินเดียไม่ได้มีช่วงเวลาที่ง่ายสำหรับนักปั่นที่ดีที่สุดและ Leach ก็มีประสบการณ์ที่คล้ายกัน แต่นั่นคือสิ่งที่ตัวละครและตัวละครของคุณแสดงออกมา เขาต้องการการพิสูจน์อย่างมากหลังจากทำค่าเฉลี่ย 35.50 กับทีมในเซสชันลังกา ในรอบที่สองเขาแสดงให้เห็นว่าเขาพร้อมที่จะต่อสู้และเช่นเดียวกับการจู่โจม Pant จะไม่ข้ามหลายืนต้นในเคาน์ตีเพื่อหาที่กำบังของอังกฤษ ในตอนเย็นของวันที่สี่เขาส่งยาฟาให้ราฟาชาร์มา บอลเข้าไปแล้วตั้งตรงตีตอไม้ ความฝันเริ่มต้นอีกครั้ง แต่ Pujara เป็นหนึ่งในความท้าทายที่ยิ่งใหญ่ที่สุดระหว่างชัยชนะของอินเดียและอังกฤษ เขาไม่ขยับและเต้นต่อไปอีกหลายชั่วโมง แต่เขาก็ยังคงมุ่งมั่น ในวันที่ห้าโดยใช้พื้นผิวทั้งหมด Leach เกลี่ยลูกพีช บอลหมุนและกระโดดไกลพอที่จะคว้าไหล่ของไม้กายสิทธิ์ของ Pujara ทำให้กระดูกสันหลังของอินเดียดังขึ้น มันยอดเยี่ยมมากในบริบทของเกม Leach ไม่เพียง แต่เชี่ยวชาญในการเล่นโบว์ลิ่งเท่านั้น แต่ยังรวมถึงการเล่นโบว์ลิ่งที่น่าสงสารของ Bess อีกด้วย เมื่อ Ashwin เผชิญหน้ากับ Kohli เขาก็ถูกโจมตีอีกครั้งและทันใดนั้นเหตุการณ์ที่น่ากลัวในช่วงสามวันที่ผ่านมาก็ไม่มีความหมายสำหรับเขาเมื่อเขาอยู่ในความฝัน เหนือสิ่งอื่นใดเขายุติการแข่งขันของ Nadim เกือบจะใกล้เคียงกับโอกาสของอินเดียและหลังจากเกือบ 70 ครั้งในเจ็ดครั้งในอินเดีย Leach ชนะการแข่งขันหกครั้ง ติดตามเราได้ที่นี่บน Facebook ติดตามเราบน Twitter กดไลค์และแชร์หน้า Instagram ของเราที่นี่
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