Pitch invader Jarvo was one of the arguments of the India-England second Test at Lord’s. Professing to be the ‘primary white individual to play for India’, Jarvo had spruced up in India whites and jumped into the ground during the subsequent Test.
What’s more, he repeated the experience in the third Test in Leeds, this time cushioned fixing to make something happen after Rohit Sharma’s excusal on Day 3. Obviously, the security work force was not interested.
India set up obstruction through Rohit Sharma (batting 59) and Cheteshwar Pujara (batting 40) as the pair added 78 in the second meeting of the third day to take the battle to England camp. The guests at 112/1, in any case, are 242 runs behind England who were all out for 432 in their first innings.
India had started the day well, eliminating the last two English wickets absent a lot of harm. Britain could add simply nine to their overnight score.
Openers Sharma and K.L. Rahul (8) got off to a good beginning however at the stroke of tea, the last over tumbled to pacer Craig Overton.
The post-lunch meeting, be that as it may, had a place with India as Pujara got into his section and for once outscored his accomplice, very proficient at white ball cricket. As England looked for swing on the pitch that had smoothed out, they committed errors regularly giving simple sudden spikes in demand for the legs of Pujara, who cut the conveyances to limit with solace.
Both hit seven fours each and hit some wonderful strokes. Sharma’s champion shot was the straight drive off Sam Curran. He additionally hit a six over the
slips, purposely directing the upper cut over the third man fence.
Brief scores (at tea, Day 3): India 78 and 112/1 out of 46 overs (R Sharma batting 59, C Pujara batting 40, C Overton 1/18) versus England 432 all out in 132.2 overs.