On the fourth day of the Headingley test, India collapsed from 215/2 to 278.
Former Indian captain Headingley kicks off after India’s humiliating defeat by innings and 76 runs Sunil Gava Skull Losing seven ticket gates within an hour was “a little difficult to take,” he said.
India entered the fourth day of the game, 139 runs behind England’s tally, but fell from 215/2 to 278, suffering a second collapse and eventually England leveling the series. Is done. They lost a very compelling test before the Lord.
“When we thought England had lost the plot above all else, we took a rearguard action at Rose. It was clear that we wouldn’t be able to survive too long after these top three ticket gates fell. Yes, it’s a little harder to drop seven wickets in 54 minutes, beyond imagination, “Gavaskar told Sony after the match.
We didn’t make a good decision as a batting side: Virat Kohli
After the team’s defeat, skipper Virat Kohli admitted that India had fallen due to scoreboard pressure and said on the morning of the fourth day the batter was not working on the English bowler the way it should be. ..
“It’s under scoreboard pressure. When we played at 80, we knew we were against it, and the opponents gave a big score. We’re important. We spent the day building a good partnership, but this morning the pressure from the British bowlers was so great that we couldn’t handle it well, “said Kori.
“In this country there is a possibility of batting collapse and the pitch was suitable for batting, but their discipline against the ball forced us to make some mistakes, and the spell we are not running. It was difficult to deal with. We didn’t make a good decision as a batting side. They seemed to be good for hitting and they didn’t change much when England hit. He had more intent on the bat and made better decisions. To be honest, they were on the winning side, “he added.