IND vs ENG: Team India captain Virat Kohli dancing at Lord’s balcony is photo viral

The second match of the five-match Test series between India and England is being played at the historic grounds of the Lord’s. The second day of the Test was named after the English team, and based on James Anderson and captain Joe Root, England retained the match. While India were all out for 364 in their first innings, England were 119 for 3 at the end of the day. The England tour gave Virat Kohli a good start as captain and Team India dominated the British on this tour. A photo of Kohli, a hero known for his offensive style on the field, has been making a lot of noise on the social networking site. In this photo, the serpent is seen dancing on the Virat Lords balcony.

In the photo, which goes viral, KL Rahul and Mohammad Siraj are standing on the balcony with Virat and Indian hero Nagin dancing. This time, seeing a smile on Virat’s face and the cool style of the hero, Rahul and Siraj were also looking very happy. However, the second day of the Test did not suit India and Team India lost their remaining 7 wickets with just 88 runs. KL Rahul was dismissed after playing 129 runs. Rishabh Pant (37) and Ravindra Jadeja (40) have made significant contributions. England’s James Anderson took five wickets. Skipper Virat Kohli was dismissed for 42 in the first innings.

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Batting in 364 runs, the English team did not get off to a good start and showed Mohammed Siraj Dominic Sibley (11) and Haseed Hamid an open pavilion. Rory Burns then added 85 for the third wicket with captain Joe Root. Before the end of the day, Ishant Sharma comforted Team India by scoring 49 runs for Burns. Johnny Bairstow is backing the captain with 6 runs while Root is standing in the crease after scoring 48.

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