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Captain Rohit Sharma bowled on Anderson's ball: Gill got life in DRS twice, Stokes took a diving catch while running; moments


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India has given a target of 399 runs to the English team to win against England in Visakhapatnam. On Sunday, India started the second innings at 28/0 and were all out for 255 runs. Shubhman Gill played an inning of 104 runs and Akshar Patel played an inning of 45 runs. Tom Hartley took 4 wickets and Rehan Ahmed took 3 wickets from England.

Shubman Gill, who scored a century for India, got life in DRS twice. At the same time, captain Rohit Sharma was bowled by Anderson's ball.

1. Gill got life support twice in DRS
Shubman Gill, who scored a century for India, got life in DRS twice. For the first time he survived in the 10th over. Gill played a front foot shot on the fourth ball of Tom Hartley and the ball hit his pad. The umpire gave it out on Hartley's appeal. Gill talked to Shreyas Iyer and decided to take the review. It was seen in UltraEdge that the ball had hit his bat before it hit the pad. Due to this the umpire had to change his decision.

Gill got both the lives on the personal score of 4 runs.

Gill got both the lives on the personal score of 4 runs.

Gill got his second lease of life on Anderson's ball. In the 11th over, Anderson bowled a wobble seam, which hit Gill's pad. On Anderson's appeal, the umpire declared it not out. England captain Stokes asked for a review, in which it was seen that the ball hit the stumps, but it was the umpire's call. The umpire stuck to his decision and gave Gill not out again.

Shubhman Gill played an innings of 104 runs in 147 balls.  It included 11 fours and 2 sixes.

Shubhman Gill played an innings of 104 runs in 147 balls. It included 11 fours and 2 sixes.

2. Ben Stokes caught backward running
Ben Stokes showed amazing fielding in the 28th over. Tom Hartley bowled a full length delivery on the first ball of the over. On this Iyer tried to play a big shot. The ball did not connect with Iyer's bat and the ball went towards long off. Ben Stokes wasted no time and took a brilliant catch behind covering a distance of 22 metres.

In this innings, Stokes took catches of Shreyas Iyer and KS Bharat.

In this innings, Stokes took catches of Shreyas Iyer and KS Bharat.

3. Anderson bowled Rohit
England pacer James Anderson bowled Rohit Sharma. Anderson bowled a full length ball in the 7th over which was coming towards the stumps. Rohit plate to defend, he thought he had covered the line of the ball, but then the ball swung outside. Due to this, the ball hit the outer edge of his bat and entered the off stump.

Rohit Sharma was out after scoring 13 runs in 21 balls.  He had scored 14 runs in the first innings.

Rohit Sharma was out after scoring 13 runs in 21 balls. He had scored 14 runs in the first innings.

4.Ashwin got life support
R Ashwin got life in the 68th over of India's second innings. Ashwin drove on Tom Hartley's ball and the ball hit his bat and went backwards. The ball slipped from the hands of Jack Crowley standing behind and he dropped his catch.

Ashwin scored 29 runs in the second innings.  This included 2 fours and a six.

Ashwin scored 29 runs in the second innings. This included 2 fours and a six.

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