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India vs England 3rd Test Day 3: Yashaswi Jaiswal’s century gives India a decisive lead of 322 runs | leader

Leaders Online Desk: India have scored 196 runs for the loss of 2 wickets in the second innings as the third day (17) of the Rajkot Test of the five-match Test series between India and England ends. Yashaswi Jaiswal’s century and Shubman Gill’s half-century have given Team India a decisive lead of 322 runs in this match. ( India vs England 3rd Test Day 3 )

When the third day’s play was over. Shubman Gill is on 65 while Kuldeep Yadav is playing on 3 runs. Yashasvi Jaiswal retired hurt after scoring 104 runs. Joe Root and Tom Hartley got one wicket each for England. From India, captain Rohit Sharma was dismissed for 19 runs while Rajat Patidar was dismissed without opening his account. Team India India won the toss and decided to bat first. 445 runs were scored in the first innings. England’s first innings was 319 runs. (India vs England 3rd Test Day 3)

Jaiswal’s powerful century in the second innings, Shubman’s half-century

At the end of the third day’s play (February 18), India scored 196 runs for the loss of 2 wickets. Yashasvi Jaiswal smashed 9 fours and 5 sixes in 122 balls to score a powerful century. After Rahit was dismissed for 19 runs, Jaiswal and Shubman saved India’s innings. Due to this JD’s century partnership, India completed the milestone of 115 runs by losing 1 wicket in the second innings. Shubman Gill completes his half-century by hitting off-spinner Mark Wood for a six. With this, the team’s total lead also crossed the 300-run mark.

Rohit Sharma out for 19 runs

Joe Root gave England their first breakthrough in the second innings. He made Team India’s captain Rohit Sharma wicket. Rohit was dismissed for 19 runs off 28 balls. Rohit had scored 131 runs in the first innings.

Mohammad Siraj took 4 wickets

After lunch on the third day, England’s first innings struggled for 319 runs. Mohammad Siraj took 4 wickets for India in the first innings. Ravindra Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav got two wickets each while Jasprit Bumrah and Ravichandran Ashwin got one wicket each. Ben Duckett scored the highest 153 runs from England. Captain Ben Stokes contributed 41 runs and Olly Pope contributed 39 runs. Apart from this, no other batsman could cross the 20-run mark.

England’s first innings wrapped up at 319 runs

Ravindra Jadeja gave England their 9th blow by running Tom Hartley into the tent in the 71st over. Hartley was on the bench. After this, on the first ball of the 72nd over, Mohammad Siraj bowled James Anderson and wrapped up England’s innings at 319 runs. Mark Wood remained unbeaten with 4 runs.

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