The continuous second test between England and In the at Lords Cricket Ground in London has reached its final stage. With only one day left, all three results are possible in the match. The visitors have a lead of 154 runs after losing six wickets, with only Rishabh pants a recognized batter on the fold.
India hope to cross at least the lead of more than 180 runs to give something to their bowlers to defend. On the other hand, the hosts want to strive to get things done as quickly as possible to get a huntable total.
Day 4 was full of excitement, with players from both teams entertaining their fans and followers. In the midst of it all, one moment caught all the eyeballs when the Indian captain Virat Kohli got involved in a word war with England’s speedster James Anderson.
A video has gone viral on social media in which Kohli can be heard letting Anderson know that Lord’s Cricket Ground is not his backyard. This happened after Kohli pointed out that the veteran English pacer was running on the field.
The incident took place in the 17th over of India’s second innings, and the verbal spitting between the two stars continued until the end of the over.
‘You curse me again, right? This is not your backyard, ” says Kohli to Anderson.
The captain of India continued his aggression, adding: “Tjirp tjirp tjirp. This is what age makes you. ”
In response to the incident, Stuart Broad, who was excluded from the current Test series due to the calf injury, reminds fans of Anderson’s memorable performances at Lord’s, and states that the honors sign on the ground suggests that it’s his (Anderson’s) ‘real backyard’.
‘The Lord’s plate of honor indicates that it’s just as close to Jimmy’s backyard as Jimmy’s actual backyard. Love the fire, but that language will get him in trouble, ” tweet Broad.
The Lord’s plate of honor indicates that it is as close to Jimmy’s backyard as Jimmy’s actual backyard. Love the fire, but that language will get him in trouble
– Stuart Broad (@ StuartBroad8) 15 August 2021
However, Kohli could not stay in the middle for long as a versatile player. Sam Curran fired him for 20 runs to reduce the visitors to 55/3. Dan, Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane stands on a stand of 100 runs for the fourth wicket to sponsor the touring team out of trouble.
However, the home team made a comeback again Mark Wood remove Pujara for 45 runs while Moeen Ali fired Rahane for 61, followed by Ravindra Jadeja (3). India reached 181/6 in 82 overs before weak lights forced the officials to announce early stumps.