IND vs ENG: James Anderson-Virat Kohli fights fiercely, Indian captain stops talking

The second match of the five-match Test series between India and England is taking place at the historic grounds of the Lord’s. On the fourth day of the match, a fierce battle broke out between Indian captain Virat Kohli and England fast bowler James Anderson. The incident took place in the second innings of India. Here, in the fourth ball of the 17th over of the innings, Anderson said something to Kohli, who was standing at the end of the non-striker as he was heading towards the end of the bowling. After this, Kohli gave him such an answer that Anderson stopped talking.

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In response, Virat first uses some derision against Anderson and then says, ‘It’s the pitch and you’re running here. This is not your home. “Anderson’s anger here is that Jasprit Bumrah, India’s pacer, made it difficult to bat on the third day of the match. During this time, Bumrah spent his entire life taking the last wicket of England’s innings and taking the news of Anderson taking a bouncer-yorker bathe. This time, Anderson looked pretty uncomfortable when confronting Bumrah.

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Speaking of the match, England’s position against India is very heavy at the moment. England’s first innings ended with 391 runs in reply to India’s 364 in the first innings. English captain Joe Root scored a spectacular innings of 180 runs. India’s fast bowler Mohammad Siraj took 4 wickets. England won by 27 runs in the first innings. After this, when India’s second innings began, the team looked difficult, as they lost the wicket of the top three batsmen, including Virat Kohli and KL Rahul. His total lead so far is only 29 runs.

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