IND vs ENG: Kevin Pietersen lauded Ishant Sharma for a commendable performance.

India vs England: Ishant Sharma dismissed Jos Buttler and Joffra Archer for two consecutive balls.

Former cricketer Kevin Pietersen gave a brilliant performance by Indian fast bowler Ishant Sharma on Saturday in the third session of the third day of the first Test against England. Ishant took back-to-back wickets in the third session on the second day. He clean bowled consecutive balls from Jos Buttler and Joffra Archer and brought England to 525/8. Former England captain Pietersen praised Ishant for his commendable performance and said the fast bowler is unheard of in heroin Indian cricket.

He said, “Great spelling here with Ishant. And I say 170 overs in jail is like a prison sentence! He is also a unsung hero. He has been in Indian cricket for almost a year. As a fast bowler.” Very admirable! “Peterson tweeted.

Even spinner Shahbaz Nadeem felt that it was Ishant’s double bang which gave the hosts a little upper hand in the game.

It was very important to replay two scallops by Nadeem, Ishant, who took two wickets on Saturday, as they boosted the morale of the Virat Kohli-led Indian team. With Dom Bess and Jack Leach at the crease, Nadeem said it would be easier for the hosts to take England out for three days now.

He said, “Ishant’s two wickets were very important as he dismissed Butler and Archer. He took wickets in consecutive balls and such a performance clearly boosts the morale of the team. So, I think those two wickets are our Were important as if we did not get. Those two wickets would have had one batsman at the crease instead of the batsmen. Now, England have two bowlers at the crease, so we can say that we have got the upper hand, “said Nadeem of ANI Said in response to the question.

Joe Root’s double-ton and Ben Stokes 82 helped the spectators to a huge score in their first innings after winning the toss on Friday. At stumps on the second day, England were reduced to 555/8 in 180 overs with Dom Bess and Jack Leach scoring 28 runs at the crease.

In the final session, India took four wickets, including the much-awaited innings of Root (218).

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