India vs England Test 2 2018: England Wins By An Inning And 159 Runs Against India

India is a cricket loving country. A huge credit goes to the likes of Kapil Dev, Sachin Tendulkar, MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli who have made the country proud on the world map of Cricket by their exceptional cricket game.

India took on England in a five-match Test series with the first match which started on August 1 and the final game starting on September 7. All the eyes in the country were curiously watching the thrilling test match between India and England.

India had already lost to England in the first test and now the loss of the second test will pressurize the team even more. The first day of the second test match was washed out due to heavy rains in London.

Image Source

India suffered an embarrassing 159-run innings defeat in the second Test against England and are currently 0-2 against England.

It looked like the batsman didn't learn from their mistakes as all the players continued to face problems in the second innings as well.

Image Source

England, who resumed at overnight 356 for six, declared their first innings at 396 for seven earlier on Sunday with Chris Woakes staying unbeaten on 137.

India's second innings folded up for 130 in 47 overs. James Anderson (4/23) once again stunned the opposition by taking his match tally to nine, and equally effective was Stuart Broad (4/44).

Image Source

At the 'Home of Cricket', the Virat Kohli-led unit showed no signal of a fight, bringing back the memories of the previous series in 2014 and 2011.

The weather was also kind on the impressive hosts, who batted in the sunshine on day three while overcast conditions made the job tougher for the Indian batsmen.

Stay tuned to Laughing Colours for the latest sports news and updates.

by Admin | Mon, Aug 13 - 02:54 PM

Related Posts

Aus Cricketer Shane Warne is on a liking row, caught ‘liking’ and ‘commenting’ on Margot’s posts

5 lies we thought we knew about IPL but aren’t true

Did David Warner and Michael Slater get into a fight in the Maldives? The duo break silence on the news

 Olympic gold medalist former hockey player Ravinder Pal Singh passes away

Kohli steps in to help Covid-Doomed Mumbai as IPL gets suspended