“My prediction for at this time’s play within the second check between England and India in Chennai !!! India all out 359 and batting once more by no later than tea – after bowling England out for 157,” tweeted Warne.
My prediction for at this time’s play within the second check between England and India in Chennai !!! India all out 359 and ba… https://t.co/gJMuqgJfBV
— Shane Warne (@ShaneWarne) 1613273468000
The straightforward job is completed for Eng. Now the enjoyable begins. India misplaced it’s final 7 wickets for 81 runs. I used to be 30 runs over fo… https://t.co/bI9tdbcdVS
— Shane Warne (@ShaneWarne) 1613278153000
Rishabh Pant remained unbeaten on 57 as India have been bowled out for 329 within the first innings on Day 2.
Rohit Sharma remained the top-scorer for India as he performed a knock of 161 whereas, for England, Moeen Ali scalped 4 wickets whereas Olly Stone took three.
Skipper Kohli had received the toss and he opted to bat first.