While the third test between India and England took an intriguing turn, some interesting occurrences occurred on Day 3. A plane was seen flying over the Leeds Cricket Ground which had an intriguing standard flying with it. The pennant read ‘Sack ECB and Save Test Cricket’ which for sure was embarrassing for the England and Wales Cricket Board. It occurred in the 25th over of India’s subsequent innings.
The ECB focusing on the white-ball cricket recently has not intrigued a portion of the cricket fans evidently. Some comparable episodes occurred during the 2019 World Cup yet the messages then, at that point were of political nature. This time around somebody chose to take a decent burrow on the cricketing assortment of England.
This year there have been many events when the ECB obviously offered inclination to the White ball thing as opposed to Test Cricket. Leave it alone resting a portion of the top players during the tests against New Zealand because of their return from the IPL or the presentation of the 100-ball event.
Also, the ECB requested some from its test players to play the underlying matches of ‘The Hundred’. Doing as such, in front of the test series against India, brought about ill-advised practice for the high-profile series. A portion of the players even acknowledged that the training in front of the series has not been the most ideal.
The 100-ball tournament , which is as yet not very interesting to the admirers of the longest configuration of the game, is one of the primary reasons the ECB is being derided.
This just flew over the ground at Headingley: pic.twitter.com/mIGOV7f44p
— George Dobell (@GeorgeDobell1) August 27, 2021
Appearance of Jarvo again in the Test Match
One of the features of the second test, Jarvo, who was considered attacking to be contributing as an Indian defender, was again seen on the pitch on the third day of Leeds Test. This time around the intruder came in cushioned up as an Indian Batsman. Jarvo, in this event, ensured that the players are protected against the infection as he wore a face veil this time. This was one more diverting occurrence that occurred on Day 3.
Match on a exciting mode
After an abandoned execution of Indian players in the primary innings where the whole group got packaged out for a simple 78, the England side posted a humongous 432-run total on the board. Taking a lead of 354 runs, England was much ahead in the game toward the beginning of Day 3. The Indian Batsmen however decreased the lead to only 139 runs before the finish of Day 3.
Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara are both looking solid and have dealt with a 99-run organisation up until now. In the event that both the batsmen see-off the underlying overs of Day 4, the pressing factor may begin moving onto the Englishmen.