IND vs ENG, 1st Test, Day 1 Highlights: Jasprit Bumrah Strikes In Final Over But Joe Root, Dominic Sibley Shine
India vs England Test Highlights: Joe Root slammed a century to put England in a good position on Day 1 of the ongoing first Test match against India.
A century by Joe Root helped England take the honours on Day 1 of the ongoing first Test match against India, at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. England were 263 for three at stumps after 89.3 overs with captain Joe Root unbeaten on 128 after England had won the toss and elected to bat. The visitors got off to a good start but were dealt a double blow before the lunch break with opener Rory Burns and Dan Lawrence dismissed. With play resuming after lunch, Dominic Sibley and Root anchored England's innings, and dominated India's bowling department. Root slammed 128 not out off 197 balls, consisting of 14 fours and a six. Meanwhile, opener Sibley lost his wicket to Jasprit Bumrah in the final over of the day, and scored 87 from 286 deliveries. Root and Sibley's knocks proved to be pivotal for England, as they put the visitors in a strong position. For the home side's bowling department, Bumrah registered two dismissals and Ashwin took a wicket. India will be hoping for a more productive Day 2, while the visitors will look to build on their momentum. (SCORECARD)
1st Test, Day 1 Highlights Between India (IND) vs England (ENG), Straight From MA Chidambaram Stadium
- 17:00 (IST)OUT! Dominic Sibley lbw b Jasprit Bumrah 87 (286); STUMPS!Bumrah sent a quick straight delivery. Sibley tried to defend it, but is struck low on his front pad. The umpire decides in India's favour but England review it. There is no inside edge, and its an lbw. OUT! STUMPS!Also, this brings an end to Day of the first Test match between India and England. The visitors have scored 263 for three in 89.3 overs. Play to resume on Day 2.
- 14:15 (IST)No run; ENG: 140/2, Tea timeA length ball by Ashwin, towards off stump. Sibley defends it. No run.Its Tea time now, and England are currently looking strong on Day 1.Sibley has registered his half-century, and Indian bowlers haven't bowled really well after Lunch.