IND vs. ENG 2nd test day 1: Schubman Gill is released for duck; misjudges the line against Olli Stone

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Indian opener Shubman Gill was fired for a duck in the first inning of the second test against England in Chennai.

The Indian team had a bad start to the second test against England in Chennai as well Shubman Gil was fired for a duck in the second half of the match.

Gil was completely unable to judge the line of the ball without offering a shot, as he intended to leave the ball tilted to a good length. However, the ball went into his right hand and hit his front foot, and the referee Nitin Menon did not hesitate to judge the young man.

Watch the dismissal here:

Earlier, India won the throw and chose to fight England in Chennai. The hosts faced a loss of 227 draws in the first game at the same place and will strive to keep their hopes of qualifying for the World Cup final.

Senior Pacer Jasprit bumrah rested with in shape Mohammed Siraj back in player XI along with rotating wrist of left hand Kuldeep yadavwho replaces Washington Sundar to play his first game in two years.

For England, Mouen Ali came in to replace Bess, Stuart Broad replaced James Anderson, while the injured Joffra Archer gave way to Olly Stone.

“It’s a good leash. The first day will be good for cotton wool. We expect it to be delayed from Day Two,” said the Indian captain. They grow kohli when throwing.

“We were going to fight first. We have to try to get an early wicket. We hope we can break in this morning,” said the England captain. Joe Koren.



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