Shardul Thakur supplied an entertaining cameo, which included five fours and a six, before falling prey to a Marco Jansen bouncer. He timed the pull right out of the screws but ended up finding Keshav Maharaj at deep square leg to depart for 28 off 24. India’s lead reached 200 in the next over, with Hanuma Vihari and Mohammad Shami occupying the crease. While Thakur batted positively dealing in boundaries in the second session, while India have also been aided by byes travelling all the way to the boundary. The alarm bells must be ringing in the home team’s camp.
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