ENG vs IND Live, 1st Test: Jimmy Anderson gets Virat Kohli for first ball duck – WATCH

Updated on: Aug 5, 2021 7:05 pm IST

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    The 1st test between India and England saw the England team in pressure after the Indian bowlers bowled perfect lengths to force the batsmen to play and give away their wicket. The test matches are happening with full crowd and the TV experience has become finer. Both the teams have talented bowlers in their ranks who are proven performers as well in the test cricket. Here is the latest update from the 1st test at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.

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    ENG vs IND Live: Virat Kohli dismissed for a duck by Jimmy Anderson

    Jimmy Anderson dismissed Virat Kohli on a golden duck in the 1st test between India and England at Trent Bridge. The crowd created a terrific environment by hooting and cheering by the England and Indian fans respectively, when the Indian captain came on the field. The bowler was Jimmy Anderson who bowled an upright seam delivery that brought Virat Kohli in frontfoot and caused an edge, which the wicket-keeper Buttler took in a fine fashion.

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    ENG vs IND Live: Pant arrives at the crease

    The Indian team in tathers with the back-to-back wickets taken by the England team. The team was cruising well, with Rohit and Rahul playing well for the Indian team. After a partnership of 97 runs, Ollie Robinson dismissed Rohit Sharma, which caused a landslide for the batting line-up of the visitors. The top batsmen, Virat, Pujara, and Rahane have been dismissed in a span of 3 overs.

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    Currently, KL Rahul and Rishabh Pant are at the crease and it will be on them to steer the team well and go past the England team’s score and if they succeed, it will be an advantage for the team going ahead in this match.

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