Deepti Sharma rang
India against England, Day 4: Deepti Sharma at Lord's begins Day 4 by ringing the bell.


Sharma will ring the bell to start Day 4 at Lord’s, marking the commencement of the 4th day.

India will face England in their second Test match in the current series.

England had an advantage of 27 runs at the break.

2nd Test: Women’s cricketer Deepti Sharma began Day 4 by ringing the bell at Lord’s, which signals the start of play for the day.

The all-rounder Deepti Sharma rang the bell before the commencement of play on Day 4 of the ongoing Lord’s Test between India and England to start the day’s cricket match. International cricketers striking the gong to mark the beginning of a Test match at Lord’s Cricket Ground is a longstanding tradition that was established in 2007. “The team’s all-rounder Deepti Sharma will commence Day four of the second Test match at Lord’s by ringing the pavilion bell.” “We are aware of the development, and the BCCI’s Women’s official Twitter account has confirmed that #TeamIndia all-rounder Deepti Sharma will begin the Test match at Lord’s by ringing the pavilion bell.”

During the third day of the ongoing Test match, former Indian wicketkeeper-batsman Farokh Engineer rang a five-minute bell.

India’s chase of 391 in the first innings of the second Test was led by Mohammed Siraj. At 180* on the third day, the captain, Joe Root, was left stranded on the first base after the fast bowler, James Anderson, was dismissed with the final ball of the day.

As a result, before the sides went out to play, England had a 27-run lead.

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