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Ollie Pope was perplexed that 'Jarvo 69' had re-entered the game.


Ollie Pope was puzzled by ‘Jarvo 69’s’ ability to halt proceedings.

‘Jarvo 69’ entered the Oval on day two.

Jarvo’s looks didn’t bother Ollie Pope.

‘Jarvo 69’ managed to get onto the ground again during Day 2 of the fourth Test between England and India at the Oval in London.

Ollie Pope, England’s batter, said he doesn’t know how Daniel Jarvis, better known as Jarvo 69, got to enter the field on Day 2 of the fourth Test against India. ‘Jarvo 69’ was charged with assault after colliding with Jonny Bairstow on the second day of the fourth Test between India and England. The event occurred during Umesh Yadav’s 34th over of England’s innings, and the match was delayed for five minutes.

Pope claimed Jarvo’s appearance didn’t bother him because he was solely concentrating on his batting.

“Jarvo has appeared in this series. To be honest, I’m surprised he’s back on the field. I try to stay in my bubble and ignore it. “Block it out,” Pope stated via Skype.

When he comes in, he stops the game for five minutes. Just try to block it out. The skill of batting is to switch on and off. “I aim to get into a good position for the following ball,” he added.

Pope saved England from being knocked out for 290 with an 81-run knock.

“I’ve observed how Rooty (Joe Root) has played in this series, how he’s gone about it,” said Root of his knock. I guess I recognized the Indian attack’s skill. Their major strategy is to knee roll.”

“As a hitter, you’re going to get out whether the team attacks the fifth stump or the knee roll the most.

“I realized I had to adjust my game.” “I’ve done that; probably determined a couple of weeks ago,” he added.

On Day 2, Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul led India to a 43/0 score after bowling England. Their deficit is 56 runs.

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