Third day’s play over, Team India in very strong position with Rohit’s century, score 270/3


England vs India Oval Test: Indian batsmen dominated the third day of the fourth Test match being played at The Oval in London. However, due to bad light, the third day’s play had to be called off half an hour earlier. India have scored 270 runs for three wickets and their total lead has gone up to 171 runs. At stumps, Virat Kohli returned unbeaten on 22 off 37 balls with four fours and Ravindra Jadeja returned unbeaten on 9 off 33 balls with two fours. Ollie Robinson took two and James Anderson took one wicket for England.

Rohit played a great innings

On the third day, the Indian batsmen completely dominated the English bowlers. KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma shared 83 runs for the first wicket. Rahul was dismissed for 46 runs in 101 balls with the help of one six and six fours. He was dismissed by James Anderson.

After this, Rohit Sharma and Cheteshwar Pujara put on a brilliant partnership of 153 runs for the second wicket. Meanwhile, Rohit scored his first century on foreign soil. He completed his century in 204 balls with the help of one six and 12 fours. This is his eighth century in Test cricket.

On the score of 236, Rohit was caught out on the ball of Oli Robinson. He scored 127 runs in 256 balls with the help of one six and 14 fours. In the same over, Robinson also walked Cheteshwar Pujara. Pujara played an important innings of 61 runs in 127 balls with the help of 9 fours.

Virat and Jadeja at the crease

After the dismissal of these two, captain Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja took over the Indian innings. For the fourth wicket between the two, 33 runs in 66 balls have been shared. Kohli is unbeaten on 22 runs in 37 balls with the help of four fours and Ravindra Jadeja is unbeaten on 9 runs in 33 balls with the help of two fours. For England, Ollie Robinson took two and James Anderson took one wicket.

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