The day two has started and the score-card as per day one and two is something like this:
It has been a debatable game for India. Only K.L. Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane seemed to make any difference by scoring 44 and 81 respectively.
Rahul’s 44 in 97 balls included 5 fours at a strike rate of 45.36. was a good start. Rahane’s half-century made sure that the team was not held back due to the lack of consistent batting. Hanuma Vihari with his 32 in 52 balls hit 5 fours at a strike rate of 57.14.
Rishabh Pant’s inclusion over Wriddhiman Saha was debated upon. He also did not stay for a long time. Surely India’s batting line up is struggling in this match. India has already lost 7 wickets and Ravindra Jadeja and Ishant Sharma are at the crease.
It has been Kemar Roach’s day so far 4 wickets with an economy of 2.35 in 20 overs bowling 6 maiden overs giving away 47 runs. Shannon Gabriel also took 2 wickets with an economy of 3.37 giving away 64 runs. Roston Chase took a wicket too.