IND vs ENG: The Indian media have stopped Ollie Robinson’s path in the Lord’s Test.

Not only was there a fierce battle between bat and ball at Lord’s, but also a fierce battle between the players of India and England. Be it Virat Kohli vs. James Anderson or Jose Butler and the efforts of the English team to irritate Jasprit Bumrah. On the fifth day of the Test, the enthusiasm and excitement of the players was at their peak. Based on the excellent performance of fast bowlers, India won. However, the British media made a shocking revelation about the Lord’s Test. In fact, according to a British newspaper, when Ollie Robinson was coming to the field from the dressing room, some Indian players blocked his way and he had to wait until he got on the field.

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According to the British newspaper ‘The Guardian’, when some steps were taken from the Ally Robinson Pavilion, some Indian players were coming from the other side after a drink break. Robinson stopped and waited for the Indian players to be on the side. He did not turn aside. Robinson hung up. He was waiting. After this, Robinson clings to Team India players, then leaves the field. The whole affair lasted only a few seconds. Jasprit Bumrah’s batting on the fourth day of the Lord’s began a heated argument between the players of India and the English team when they threw bouncers at James Anderson. Anderson said something to Bumrah. This was followed by a lot of skirmish between captain Kohli and Anderson. At the same time, it was seen that the entire English team was sledging against Bumrah.

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Virat Kohli stunned England for the first time at the historic Lord’s Ground. This was only the third victory for Team India at Lord’s. Thanks to Mohammad Siraj’s stunning bowling from Mohammad Sharaj-Bumrah’s bat, India defeated the English team by 151 runs in the second Test. Prior to this, the first match of the five-match Test series was drawn by rain. The third Test of the series between India and England will be played at Headingley Leeds from 25 August.

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