India vs england highlights. India vs England 3rd Test, Day 1 Highlights: Openers Put England On Top After India Collapse


Not the ideal way to get to his fifty but Haseeb Hameed will take it.

Haseeb Hameed misses the flick and gets rapped on the pads, to the naked eye.

India vs England 3rd Test, Day 1 Highlights: Openers Put England On Top After India Collapse India vs England Highlights: Openers Rory Burns and Haseeb Hameed scored their individual fifties after India were bowled out for 78 runs in the first innings on Day 1 in the third Test at Headingley in Leeds.

Bumrah has gone through Joe Root 121 to bring an end to a fantastic innings from the England captain.

The legendary Sunil Gavaskar feels Kohli should take a leaf out of Tendulkar's book.

Rory Burns brings up his FIFTY in style.

EDGED AND DROPPED! He has bowled several short balls but no to avail as they have either been hit for a single or for a boundary. 100 : Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane set up the record fourth-wicket partnership for India against England at Lord's in Test matches• ENG vs IND Live Cricket Score 3rd Test, Day 1 LIVE Updates: Length ball, strayed on the pads. That will certainly be encouraging for Jadeja. On the very next ball, Shami walks off on a golden duck after getting caught out. Jadeja falls to Curran after the bowler trapped him between the wickets! England started off brilliantly and have maintained the same tempo throughout the day. 2 overs, lead by 27 runs Big turn for Ravindra Jadeja and it beats everyone including wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant.
England lead India by 42 runs. Over-correction from Jadeja as he bangs it short on the off-stump length. " "They will need to find a way. No control on the length or line there as it a short and wide, sat up nicely for Malan to punch off the backfoot through backward point for four. He is oozing with confidence and isn't afraid to take on the new ball. At the close of play, openers Haseeb Hameed 60 not out and Rory Burns 52 not out remained unconquered at the crease and took England's lead to 42 runs.