The third Test match between England and India has been at its exciting best so far. While Indian openers Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul dominated Day 1, English skipper Joe Root helped his team stage a great comeback in the next two days of the game.
With the match evenly poised at the moment, it is expected that fans will be up to thrilling final two days of the Test match at Lord’s cricket ground.
While Joe Root is exhibiting master class at Lord’s cricket ground, Indian bowlers are having an tough outing on the Day 3 of the second Test match. However, during the second session of the day’s play, a hilarious incident took place halted the play for a while.
A fan from the stands dodged the security officials and invaded the field. He was spotted wearing an India jersey Test jersey with ‘Jarvo’ written over his back. When the security officials tried to take the spectator out, he tried to convince them he was there to play and gestured that he’s there to provide them with a helping hand
Indian pacer Mohammed Siraj was in splits after the hilarious incident. The fan was then eventually taken off the field and the game resumed.
Here’s the video:
Joe Root has looked a class apart in the ongoing second Test match against India at Lord’s cricket ground. The right-handed batsman put up a batting exhibition and scored runs all over the park. The 30-year-old paced his knock to perfection and notched up his 22nd Test ton and etched his name on Lord’s honours board.
During his innings, the 30-year-old also crossed 9000 run-mark in Test cricket as Indian bowlers field to pierce the English skipper’s solid defence. Notably, he made a sublime 109 in the second innings of the first Test match and the same match, the talismanic batsman also scored 64 in the first innings.