- Vaughn criticizes Kohli
- Ishant Sharma’s delivery was not successful
- Ishant had the worst performance
India couldn’t take a single piece of land from England on the first day. On the second day, England hit effortlessly. David Malan and Haseeb Hameed, who scored half a century in the opening, put Root on top. Former England captain Michael Vaughan accused India captain Virat Kohli of making “wrong decisions” by allowing England to score runs on the second day.
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Ishant Sharma, who pitched the worst bowling alley on the first day, started the innings. Vaughan was very critical of the Panthers. “Ishant was the worst bowler on the Indian team on the first day. He’s playing the same bowler again. India should have tried to attack by throwing the best bowler in the first hour of the second day,” Vaughan said.
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The new ball was not handed over to Mohammad Shami, who pitched the best for India. Bumra and Ishant bowled early. Virat has to explain why he didn’t release Shami. Vaughan reminded him that he would have to pay a heavy price for this wrong decision.
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Mohammad Shami was the best bowler in India on the second day. Shami took 3 wickets for 87 runs in 16 overs. Mohammad Siraj and Ravindra Jadeja took 2 windows each while Jaspreet Bumra took 1 window. Ishant Sharma was the leading scorer with 92 runs in 22 overs. Ishant, who averaged 4 runs in one over, had the worst economy. Vaughan also blamed India for not being prepared to change its tactics in light of the situation in Leeds.
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