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Pope bowled by Bumrah's yorker: Iyer took a diving catch, Jaiswal scored a double century by hitting a four; moments


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The second match of the 5 Test match series between India and England is being played at the Dr. YS Rajasekhar Stadium in Visakhapatnam. At the stadium on Saturday, India started playing with the score of 336/6 in the first innings and were all out for 396 runs. Then the Indian bowlers sent England to the pavilion for 253 runs in the first innings.

On Saturday, Jaiswal took the Indian innings forward and completed his first double century by hitting a four. At the same time, Jasprit Bumrah, who took 6 wickets in England's first innings, bowled the match's top scorer Ollie Pope before his yorker.

1. Jaiswal scored a double century by hitting a four
Indian batsman Yashasvi Jaiswal scored a double century on the second day. In the 102nd over, Shoaib Bashir took advantage of the full toss and sent the ball towards the boundary. Earlier, Jaiswal had also completed his century by hitting a six on Hartley's ball.

Yashasvi Jaiswal played an inning of 209 runs in 290 balls.

Yashasvi Jaiswal played an inning of 209 runs in 290 balls.

2. India lost the review, Ashwin returned
On the second day, in the 101st over, Anderson bowled a good length ball, on which Ashwin was standing at the crease in defence. He tried to defend, but the ball hit the edge of the bat and went into the hands of Ben Fox.

The umpire gave Ashwin out caught behind. After this Ashwin immediately went for review. He seemed confident that he had not taken a hit. However, the review showed that there was a spike on the ultra edge when the ball hit the side of the bat. The umpire stuck to his decision.

Ashwin returned to the pavilion after scoring 20 runs in 37 balls.

Ashwin returned to the pavilion after scoring 20 runs in 37 balls.

3. Crowley completed his fifty by hitting a six.
England opener Jack Crowley completed his fifty by hitting a six on Kuldeep Yadav's ball. Crowley hit a slog sweep on the fourth ball of the 13th over and completed his 11th Test half-century by hitting a brilliant six towards midwicket.

Jack Crowley played an inning of 76 runs in 78 balls.  He scored the only half-century of the innings.

Jack Crowley played an inning of 76 runs in 78 balls. He scored the only half-century of the innings.

4. Ollie Pope got life support
England batsman Ollie Pope got life support. Kuldeep Yadav bowled outside off on the third ball of the 11th over. This tempted Pope to drive, but he missed the shot and was out of the crease. The ball came in the hands of wicketkeeper Bharat but he got nervous in his hurry, the ball slipped from his hands and the stumping was missed.

Ollie Pope got life on the very first ball of the innings.

Ollie Pope got life on the very first ball of the innings.

5. Shreyas Iyer ran backwards and took a diving catch
Jack Crawley returned to the pavilion thanks to a brilliant catch by Shreyas Iyer. In the 23rd over, Crawley hit a slog on Axar Patel's ball. On the shot, the ball went in the air at backward point. Iyer, who was fielding there, dived while running and took the catch backwards.

Shreyas Iyer took the only catch of Crawley.  Shubhman Gill took maximum 4 catches in the innings.

Shreyas Iyer took the only catch of Crawley. Shubhman Gill took maximum 4 catches in the innings.

6. Pope bowled by Bumrah's yorker
Ollie Pope, who scored a century in the first match, was bowled on Bumrah's yorker. On the fifth ball of the 28th over, Bumrah bowled a yorker on the middle-leg stump. Pope could not understand this at all and the ball swung in the air and went straight into the stump.

Bumrah took 6 wickets in the innings, out of which 2 were bowled.  Apart from Pope, Bumrah also bowled Stokes.

Bumrah took 6 wickets in the innings, out of which 2 were bowled. Apart from Pope, Bumrah also bowled Stokes.

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