The first match of the five-match Test series between India and England is being played in Nottingham. On the fourth day of the match, there was considerable tension between Team India fast bowler Mohammed Siraj and England all-rounder Sam Curran. When talks between the two were escalating, Siraj was forced to come to the defense of captain Virat Kohli. On the fourth day of the match, Captain Joe Root scored a century for England, while Sam Curran played a useful innings of 32 off 45 balls. Sam has been batting aggressively since coming to the crease.
Meanwhile, when he was bounded by Siraj’s ball, he got a little angry and reached out to Karan and said something to him. Karan answered them too. It all happened in the 74th over of England’s second innings. The first two deliveries of Karan Siraj could not be scored, but then a boundary in the third delivery. Karan was beaten again in the next delivery by Siraj, then the fast bowler went to him and said something.
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When this happened in two consecutive deliveries, the captain approached Virat Siraj and consoled him. Speaking of the match, England were bowled out for 183 in the first innings. In reply, India scored 278 in the first innings. England scored 303 in the second innings and set India a target of 209 for victory.