In the second test against England, India’s opener KL Rahul claimed that if an opponent tries to abuse one of our cricketers, the remaining 10 players will take a similar approach towards the opposition team. This occurred, and the opponents were defeated by 151 runs.
The chaos on the field began on the fifth day of play when Mark Wood delivered a short pitch ball directly towards Jasprit Bumrah’s head.
Following that, Bumrah clashed with England captain Joe Root and James Anderson. Olly Robinson, the new bowler, was battling with the Indian batsmen.
Rahul To Team England
The man of the match was Rahul, who hit 129 in the first innings. ‘It shows how much the team wanted to win this match,’ he stated after the game. Test matches are played in the same manner as regular matches. We as a group are never afraid to react.
If someone comes to our player (for a splurge), the other ten individuals become fascinated as well. We have a great atmosphere and a great team (mutual understanding). If you’re after one of our players, you’re are after the entire team.
In the fourth innings, when the England squad stepped out to bat, the Indian players reacted in the same way. England were set a goal of 272 runs to win, but they were all out for 120 runs in the face of Muhammad Siraj, Jasprit Bumrah, Ishant Sharma, and Mohammed Shami’s excellent bowling.
“The bowlers were very ready to demonstrate their character and take control of the match, and they gave it everything in 60 overs,” Rahul added.
This is why people come to see it. The 89-run partnership between Bumrah and Shami was excellent, and the bowlers were ready to put England under pressure after they fought so valiantly. We were aware that the shift will be announced after lunch.