In pics: Yashasvi Jaiswal's valiant knock in vain as India batters endure flop show in 4th Test; Shoaib Bashir shines | Hindustan Times
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In pics: Yashasvi Jaiswal's valiant knock in vain as India batters endure flop show in 4th Test; Shoaib Bashir shines

Published on Feb 24, 2024 05:23 PM IST
  • Yashasvi Jaiswal scored 73 but lacked support from the other end, as India ended Day 2 at 219/7, still trailing England by 134 runs in 4th Test
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Shoaib Bashir became India's nemesis on Day 2, as he picked four crucial wickets – including that of Yashasvi Jaiswal – to put India on backfoot.(PTI) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Feb 24, 2024 05:23 PM IST

Shoaib Bashir became India's nemesis on Day 2, as he picked four crucial wickets – including that of Yashasvi Jaiswal – to put India on backfoot.(PTI)

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Ollie Robinson ((58), alongside Joe Root, forged a 102-run stand for the eighth wicket as the duo continued to frustrate the Indian bowling attack in the first session.(REUTERS) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Ollie Robinson ((58), alongside Joe Root, forged a 102-run stand for the eighth wicket as the duo continued to frustrate the Indian bowling attack in the first session.(REUTERS)

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Ravindra Jadeja, however, struck the breakthrough as he dismissed Robinson on 58. The spinner eventually picked all of the remaining wickets, dismissing both, Shoaib Bashir and James Anderson on a duck.(PTI) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Feb 24, 2024 05:23 PM IST

Ravindra Jadeja, however, struck the breakthrough as he dismissed Robinson on 58. The spinner eventually picked all of the remaining wickets, dismissing both, Shoaib Bashir and James Anderson on a duck.(PTI)

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Joe Root remained unbeaten on 122, as England posted 353 in the first innings.(AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Joe Root remained unbeaten on 122, as England posted 353 in the first innings.(AFP)

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India endured a poor start to their first innings upon the resumption of play, as captain Rohit Sharma nicked a James Anderson delivery to wicketkeeper Ben Stokes to hand England an early advantage. (REUTERS) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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India endured a poor start to their first innings upon the resumption of play, as captain Rohit Sharma nicked a James Anderson delivery to wicketkeeper Ben Stokes to hand England an early advantage. (REUTERS)

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Yashasvi Jaiswal, however, held firm as he produced another impressive knock under pressure. He forged a 82-run stand alongside Shubman Gill (38), but wickets began to tumble following Gill's departure. Rajat Patidar (17) failed to impress again, while Jadeja, who was once again promoted to no.5, scored 12 off as many balls.(ANI ) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Feb 24, 2024 05:23 PM IST

Yashasvi Jaiswal, however, held firm as he produced another impressive knock under pressure. He forged a 82-run stand alongside Shubman Gill (38), but wickets began to tumble following Gill's departure. Rajat Patidar (17) failed to impress again, while Jadeja, who was once again promoted to no.5, scored 12 off as many balls.(ANI )

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Just as it seemed Yashasvi Jaiswal was set for another big score, he was done in by a delivery from Shoaib Bashir. He scored 73 off 117 balls, hitting eight fours and a six throughout his stay at the crease.(PTI) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Feb 24, 2024 05:23 PM IST

Just as it seemed Yashasvi Jaiswal was set for another big score, he was done in by a delivery from Shoaib Bashir. He scored 73 off 117 balls, hitting eight fours and a six throughout his stay at the crease.(PTI)

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Sarfaraz Khan, who had been brilliant across both innings of his debut Test last week in Rajkot, failed to make a mark on Saturday. He was dismissed on 14 by Tom Hartley, putting India in further trouble(REUTERS) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Sarfaraz Khan, who had been brilliant across both innings of his debut Test last week in Rajkot, failed to make a mark on Saturday. He was dismissed on 14 by Tom Hartley, putting India in further trouble(REUTERS)

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Dhruv Jurel (30*) and Kuldeep Yadav (17*) held fort following the series of wickets, and have forged a 42-run stand so far, as India reached 219/7 at the end of Day 2. The side trails England by 134 runs.(AP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Feb 24, 2024 05:23 PM IST

Dhruv Jurel (30*) and Kuldeep Yadav (17*) held fort following the series of wickets, and have forged a 42-run stand so far, as India reached 219/7 at the end of Day 2. The side trails England by 134 runs.(AP)

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