Mohammed Siraj broke the vital partnership of Jonny Bairstow and Ollie Pope on day two at the Oval, dismissing the former leg before wicket with a ball that nipped back in to the right-hander. It renewed a very watchable battle that has been on display during the series, ignited by Siraj's send-off of Bairstow during the first Test. The wicket left England 151-6, 40 behind India's first innings total of 191 and kept the game, and indeed the series, firmly in the balance.
Ind vs eng 4th TEST— sportsliveradio (@sportsliveradi1) September 3, 2021
Day2 session 2
J. Bairstow LBW M. Siraj 37(77)
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