- India scored 191 in the first innings
- England lead by 99 runs
- Olli Pope is England’s top scorer
Team India put up a good score in the second inning against England. India was eliminated by 191 in the first innings. In response, England scored 290 runs. The third day will play an important role in determining the outcome of the match. In the stumps of the second day, India was not left out.
In the first innings at the Oval, Virat Kohli was the only Indian hitter to shine. Shardul Thakur was India’s top scorer. India was relieved to hold on to England’s 290 in the first inning. Pacer Umesh Yadav took three wickets, including Joe Root.
The hitting performance of midfielder Ollie Pope and Chris Vokes on the tail gave England a not-too-bad lead. Olli Pope was the team’s top scorer with 81 of 159 balls. Vokes, who scored 50 of 60 balls, was the top scorer. His entries consisted of 11 fours. Vokes took all four wickets for India in the early innings.