The second Test match between India and England at the historic Lord’s Ground has reached a turning point. At the end of the fourth day, Moeen Ali sent Ajinkya Rahane and Ravindra Jadeja to the pavilion with 8 runs to restore the English team. On the fourth day, the spin bowlers were turning from the pitch to benefit Moeen and England. India have come up with four specialist fast bowlers for the match, with skipper Virat Kohli preferring Ravichandran Ashwin to Ishant Sharma. In such a situation, the big question is whether India will miss Ashwin on the last day of the Test. Australia’s greatest spin bowler Shane Warne has targeted Team India for ignoring Ashwin in the gesture.
Spinner who turns the game !!!! Surprising surprise, that’s why you always play spinner no matter what the circumstances! Remember you don’t select a team for the first innings. Spin to win @ Sky Cricket What?
– Shane Warne (@ Shane Warne) August 15, 2021
After Moeen Ali took two wickets, Warne tweeted, ‘The spinner is spinning the game. Surprise, surprise, that’s why you feed the spinner under any conditions. Remember, you don’t select a team for innings. Spin to win. During the toss of the second Test, captain Kohli said of Ashwin’s selection: “Ashwin’s name was clearly in the group that we had announced 12 players.
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At the end of the fourth day of the Lord’s Test match, India scored 181 runs for the loss of 6 wickets. The team’s total lead is 154 runs. Rishabh Pant is playing after scoring 14 runs and is responsible for giving the team a big lead on the last day of the Test. Earlier, KL Rahul, who scored a century in the first innings, could not show anything special in the second innings and was dismissed for just 5 runs. Rohit Sharma started well but he could not turn it into a big innings. Both Rahul and Rohit were sent to the Mark Wood Pavilion. Captain Virat Kohli (20) was taken by Sam Curran. Cheteshwar Pujara (45) and Ajinkya Rahane (61) showed signs of returning to form and compiled a century for the fourth wicket.