IND vs ENG: Shubman Gill, Hanuma Vihari, Virat Kohli and Shreyas Iyer did not bat in Edgbaston Test. On the fourth day of the match, Iyer was dismissed for 19 runs off 26 balls in the second innings.

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IND vs ENG: Shreyas Iyer is playing test match abroad for the first time :-

Iyer, who was included in the team in place of Ajinkya Rahane, was playing a Test match abroad for the first time. He got out due to his mistakes in both the innings. The credit for this goes to former Kolkata Knight Riders and current England coach Brendon McCullum.

Shreyas Iyer was out on the short ball of James Anderson in the first innings :-

Iyer was caught in the first innings by Sam Billings off James Anderson’s short ball. Something similar happened in the second innings as well. This time only the bowler and the fielder were second. Matty Potts got him caught by James Anderson on a short ball.

McCullum asked the English bowlers to bowl short deliveries to Iyer in both the innings. In the second innings, his gesture was also captured in the camera.

IND vs ENG: McCullum’s photo went viral on social media :-

McCullum’s photo is going viral on social media. He was pointing to bowl with his hand around the neck. McCullum was the coach of Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL.

At the same time, Shreyas Iyer is the captain of that team. The two worked together in the last season. Iyer was also dismissed several times in short balls in the IPL. He learned nothing from his mistake and repeated the same in England.

Like the first innings, in the second innings too, the English bowlers adopted the strategy :-

IND vs ENG: Like in the first innings, as soon as Iyer came, the English bowlers started bowling short balls continuously. His ribs and chest targeted. Iyer got most of the ball short.

Instead of dropping it, he was constantly hitting the shots. In the end, he also became the victim of this ball. This strategy of England worked and McCullum’s team got success.

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So far the status of the match :-

IND vs ENG: After India had scored 416 runs in the first innings, England bundled out for 284 runs in the first innings. After this Team India scored 245 runs in the second innings. In this way he got a lead of 377 runs.

England got a target of 378 runs to win the match. Cheteshwar Pujara scored 66 and Rishabh Pant scored 57 in the second innings for India. Captain Ben Stokes took two wickets for England.