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6:30pm – Virat Kohli leads India’s march on day three at Trent Bridge
India continue to go from strength to strength in the third Test against England at Trent Bridge. Led by an unbeaten 93 by skipper Virat Kohli, the visitors have racked up 270-3 in their second innings before tea was taken on day three. Cheteshwar Pujara (72) was the only India batsman to be dismissed in the two sessions so far on Monday with Ben Stokes picking up the wicket.
Stay updated with the latest happenings at Trent Bridge by following our live scorecard here.
2:00pm – India look to build on 292-run lead at Trent Bridge
India’s overnight batsmen Cheteshwar Pujara (33) and Virat Kohli (8) will resume the second innings at 124-2 on day three of the third Test against England at Trent Bridge. The visitors put up 329 on the board in their first innings before bowling out England for 161 to take a 168-run lead.
India’s overall lead now stands at 292 runs and they will be aiming to consolidate on that as they look to fight their way back into the five-match series. Do not miss any of the action at Trent Bridge by following the live ball-by-ball updates here.
12:00pm – Ajinkya Rahane delighted with return to form
Ajinkya Rahane has said that a comprehensive analysis of his batting failures in the first two Tests against England was responsible for his much improved showing at Trent Bridge.
The India deputy skipper’s knock of 81 was one of the highlights from the visitors’ first innings total of 329. Read what Rahane had to say about his return to form here.
11:00am – Hardik Pandya wants Kapil Dev comparisons to stop
Hardik Pandya was the star for India on day two of the Trent Bridge Test against England with the all-rounder bagging his maiden five-wicket haul.
Pandya’s spell of 5-28 helped India bowl England out for 161 in their first innings and the all-rounder has now urged his critics to stop the comparisons with Kapil Dev.
Read what Pandya had to say here.
10:00am – Jos Buttler says there is no magic remedy to England’s batting woes
England’s batting woes resurfaced at Trent Bridge on Sunday with the hosts losing 10 wickets in a session in the third Test against India. After 54 runs were added for the opening wicket, England were bowled out for just 161 in their first innings as India took a 168-run lead.
Jos Buttler has said that there is no ‘magic answer’ to fix England’s notorious trend of batting collapses. Read Buttler’s quotes in full on England’s batting troubles here.
Colin Munro and Dwayne Bravo were the stars in Trinbago Knight Riders’ thrilling last-ball win over the Jamaica Tallawahs in their Caribbean Premier League (CPL) clash in Florida on Sunday.
With three runs needed off the last ball, Knight Riders’ Javon Searles smashed Oshane Thomas for a boundary over extra-cover to pull off a dramatic four-wicket win for his side.
Earlier, New Zealand’s Glenn Phillips (80) and South Africa’s David Miller (72) combined together to help the Tallawahs post 182-5 in their 20 overs after they were made to bat first Dwayne Bravo.
The two half-centurions helped resurrect a floundering Tallawahs innings as the side went on to score 124 runs off the final 10 overs.
In reply, the Knight Riders got off to a horror start with openers Sunil Narine (0) and Chris Lynn (2) dismissed inside 13 deliveries. Brendon McCullum (8) soon fell before his New Zealand compatriot Munro (67) stitched a 107-run stand for the fourth wicket with Darren Bravo (50).
It was Dwayne Bravo’s cameo though, which ultimately helped the Knight Riders reach the finish line. The Knight Riders skipper smashed 36 runs off just 11 deliveries with the help of five towering sixes before Searles scored the winning runs off the final delivery.
This was the Knight Riders’ third victory in five matches and has propelled them to second spot in the table behind Guyana Amazon Warriors. The Jamaica Tallawahs dropped down to third spot on the basis of net run-rate although they have the same number of wins in five matches as the Knight Riders.
Jamaica Tallawahs: 182-5 (20 overs)
Glenn Phillips: 80 (55)
David Miller: 72 (34)
Trinbago Knight Riders: 184-6 (20 overs)
Colin Munro: 67 (51)
Darren Bravo: 50 (35)
Imad Wasim: 2-17 (four overs)
Following his sensational spell of bowling at Trent Bridge in on Sunday which yielded five wickets in just 29 balls, Hardik Pandya has hit back at his critics.
The 24-year-old India all-rounder has come in for criticism in recent weeks with many questioning his role in the side.
Pandya’s maiden five-wicket haul helped India bowled out England for just 161 in their first innings in the third Test with the visitors now well placed to push for a win.
“First of all, I don’t play for them (critics). They are getting paid for saying things which I don’t want to know about and I don’t even care what they say. I play for my country. I don’t care what they say. It’s their job to say it and it’s my job to play for my country. I’m doing the right thing. My team is happy with me. Nothing else matters,” Pandya said.
West Indies great and commentator Michal Holding had earlier said that Pandya was nowhere near the ilk of former India all-rounder Kapil Dev.
“I heard a mention, when I was working in South Africa: ‘he is the next Kapil Dev’. I ain’t going to tell anybody he’s not going to be the next Kapil Dev, but he is nowhere near there yet,” Holding told ESPNCricinfo.
Pandya has insisted that he does not want to be compared to the India legend.
“The problem is this what happens is they compare, fine. But all of a sudden when something goes wrong they say, ‘He is not that’.
“I never wanted to be Kapil Dev. Let me be Hardik Pandya, I’m good at being Hardik Pandya. I’ve come so far — playing 40 ODIs and 10 Tests — being Hardik and not Kapil Dev.
“He was great in his era. Let me be Hardik Pandya. Stop comparing me with anyone. I’ll be happy if you don’t,” the all-rounder said.