India’s Savior Breaks Sehwag’s Record; Applause for Shardul’s incompetence !!

Shardul Thakur reaches the fold as the portholes drop one after the other to one side of the oval. India was eliminated by just 78 in the first innings of the Leeds test in the early innings. India was heading for a similar situation at the Oval. But that’s where Shardul Thakur comes to the rescue. Thakur’s face was incompetent. The English rhythm team, led by Jayce Anderson, really struggled to beat Shardul.

England fought

England really struggled to take the Shardul window. It also helped India to get a good score. With the exception of Umesh Yadav, Shardul did not receive much support in the end. But his goal was to hit without a peak. Chris Vokes, who took four wickets, was the last to fire Shardul.

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This is to be expected

Batting fire

Shardul was India’s top scorer at the Oval. Virat Kohli is another Indian hitter who has scored for half a century. Unlike a tail player, Shardul swings the bat in the style of a high hitter. He hit 57 of 36 balls with three sixes and seven fours.

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Behind Kapil

The record was broken

Shardul Thakur scored half a century with just 31 balls against England. This is the second fastest half century performed by an Indian in testing. Kapil Dev was the top scorer with half a century of 30 balls. Thakur beats Virender Sehwag’s record of 50 in 32 balls.

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Thakur was crushed

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