India resumed Sunday’s proceedings on their overnight score of 307-6 with Rishabh Pant (22) unbeaten at the crease. The youngster added just two runs more on the second day before he played on to a Stuart Broad delivery. Broad then had a second in quick succession as he shattered Ravi Ashwin’s stumps with a sharp inswinging delivery.
James Anderson then picked up the wickets of Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah off consecutive deliveries to bring India’s first innings to a close at 329 runs.
In reply, England openers Alastair Cook and Keaton Jennings have made a brisk start by adding 46 runs from the first nine overs of their innings before lunch was taken on day two. Post lunch, Cook (29) was dropped in the slips by Cheteshwar Pujara before being dismissed two deliveries later by Ishant Sharma. Keaton Jennings was then caught behind off the bowling of Jasprit Bumrah in the very next delivery as England were reduced to 54-2. Sharma picked up a second a few overs later after he had Ollie Pope (1o) caught behind.
Hardik Pandya struck with his very first delivery of the innings to remove Root (16) as England lost four wickets for 86. Ben Stokes became the fifth England to fall when he edged an Mohammed Shami delivery to KL Rahul in the slips. Bairstow followed him to the pavilion soon after as he edged a Pandya delivery to first slip.
Jos Buttler (39) played a counter-attacking innings to get England over the 150-run mark and was the last man dismissed after he holed out to Shardul Thakur in the deep. Pandya was the pick of India’s bowlers with figures of 5-28.
India openers KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan have started rapidly in the second innings and have added 60 runs in just 12 overs before the formed was dismissed by Stokes. Dhawan raced away to 44 before he was stumped off the bowling of Adil Rashid but by then, India amassed 111 runs in the second innings. The visitors ultimately ended the day at 124-2 with an overall lead of 292 runs.
On day one, England skipper Joe Root won the toss and elected to bowl first as the visitors handed a Test debut to young Pant.
After Chris Woakes took three wickets in the opening session on Saturday, India skipper Virat Kohli (97) and Ajinkya Rahane (81) stitched together a 159-run stand for the fourth-wicket to lead the visitors’ fightback. All-rounder Hardik Pandya was dismissed by Stuart Broad off the last ball of Saturday’s action as England bounced back in the final session. It all turned into a procession as Pandya struck again in the same over to send back Chris Woakes.
The hosts currently lead the five-match series 2-0 after wins at Edgbaston and Lord’s.
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10:00pm – India seize complete control of Trent Bridge Test
Day two at Trent Bridge has drawn to a close and what a day it has been for India! After bowling out the hosts for just 161, the visitors ended the day batting on 124-2 with skipper Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara as the two unbeaten batsmen at the crease. India’s overall second innings lead now stands at 292 runs.
8:05pm – Jeet Raval undergoes India stint to prepare for Pakistan series
New Zealand batsman Jeet Raval has undergone a short stint in India to sharpen his skills against spin ahead of the start of the side’s Test series against Pakistan. Raval, who made his debut for New Zealand in 2016, spent four weeks training in the Indian city of Hyderabad to help overcome his deficiencies against the turning ball.
Read what the Kiwi had to say about his India stint here.
8:00pm – AB de Villiers rates final Test ton as his very best
AB de Villiers says his best ever international century was for South Africa in the Port Elizabeth Test against Australia earlier this year. The 34-year-old called quits on his South Africa career in May, 14 years after making his debut for his country in 2004.
Read what ABD had to say about that special ton and more here.
7:20pm – England bowled out for 161 at Trent Bridge
India’s pacers bounced back in style in the second session at Trent Bridge on Sunday as England lost 10 wickets inside one session to be bowled out for 161. Hardik Pandya’s maiden five-wicket haul (5-28) was the driving force behind England’s collapse as India picked up a 168-run first innings lead.
Stay updated with the latest happenings at Trent Bridge by following our live ball-by-ball updates here.
4:00pm – India’s Gautam Gambhir set to enter politics
Even as former Pakistan skipper Imran Khan took oath as the newly elected Prime Minister of the country on Saturday, the trend of cricketers turning to politics could continue if latest reports are to be believed.
According to a report by a leading Hindi daily, former India batsman Gautam Gambhir could contest the upcoming elections for the state of Delhi.
Read more on this developing story here.
2:30pm – India bowled out for 329 in first innings at Trent Bridge
The second day’s play commenced after a delayed start at Trent Bridge in the third Test between England and India. India could only add 22 runs to their overnight score of 307-6 to be bowled out for 329. In reply, England’s openers Alastair Cook and Keaton Jennings added 46 runs in no time before lunch was taken on day two.
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1:00pm – Mitchell Johnson retires from all forms of cricket
Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson said Sunday he was retiring from all forms of cricket as his body was “starting to shut down”, almost three years after he stepped down from the international game.
Read more on this breaking story here.
Raval, who made his debut for New Zealand in 2016, spent four weeks training in the Indian city of Hyderabad to help overcome his deficiencies against the turning ball.
The India-born opening batsman arranged a deal to train with the Dayanand academy through the help of his friends back in India and Auckland team-mate Tarun Nethula.
“They said I’d be eligible to play, so I put a proposal forward to New Zealand Cricket and they were supportive. That was the reasoning behind the trip,” Raval told the New Zealand Herald on his return.
“Being in New Zealand as an opener, I don’t get to face a lot of spin, so I wanted to explore some options playing it in subcontinental conditions, especially with the next tour coming up (against Pakistan) in the UAE.
“The value in speaking to local cricketers helps you realise you need a different skill set to succeed over there. Watching how they go about their cricket is fascinating. If I had the chance again, I’d do it for longer.”
The 29-year-old believes that the India stint has been a sharp learning curve for him.
“I was familiar with the culture and lifestyle, but in terms of the cricket, I felt like I was out of my comfort zone,” Raval said.
“I was getting out five to six times each training session and these young teenage spinners were laughing at me, thinking ‘what’s this guy doing?’ But I enjoyed the challenge and kept an open mind about wanting to learn. If you have that, I believe you’ll come out a better player,” he added.
The left-hander has notched up 648 runs in 11 Tests so far at a healthy average of 38.11 and he will play an important role for the Kiwis when they take on Pakistan in a three-Test series later this year.