The Indian team obtained a heat reception on the field for the warm-up game in opposition to Leicestershire in the type of bhangra and dhol beats.
India vs Leicestershire (Courtesy: Reuters)
- Indian team is again in England to strive and win the Test sequence
- India has scored 90 runs for the loss of 5 wickets at the lunch break
- Four Indian stars are half of the Leicestershire squad
The Indian team obtained an fascinating reception forward of their practice game in opposition to Leicestershire on Thursday as Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill had been welcomed on to the field with Bhangra and Dhol.
India is again on English shores as they attempt to win the Test sequence in opposition to England. The guests had a 2-1 lead earlier than the tour was halted as a consequence of a COVID outbreak in the Indian squad. The rescheduled Test can be performed from 1st July at Edgbaston in Birmingham.
As half of the preparations, the Indian team are presently enjoying Leicestershire in a warm-up game. The begin to proceedings was fascinating as the gamers had been introduced on to the field to the tune of bhnagra and dhol beats. Dancers carrying conventional Punjabi gown welcomed the stars on to the field.
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The Indian team is presently batting first in the four-day warm-up game. The guests have misplaced 5 wickets already with 90 runs on the board. Rohit Sharma, Shubman Gill, Hanuma Vihari, Shreyas Iyer and Ravindra Jadeja had been the batsmen dismissed as the gamers have now taken a break for lunch.
The Indian captain is presently the prime scorer for India with 25 runs from 47 balls. Virat Kohli and KS Bharat are at the crease for the guests at the second. Kohli has scored 9 runs off 32 balls whereas Bharat has six runs from 16 balls.
Indian stars Cheteshwar Pujara, Rishabh Pant, Prasidh Krishna and Jasprit Bumrah had been earlier added to the Leicestershire squad, the place they’re enjoying beneath the captaincy of Sam Evans.
Krishna was capable of get the wicket of Iyer after the Indian batter provided a simple catch to Pant. The Indian pacer bowled six overs and conceded 15 runs. Bumrah bowled 5 overs and conceded 20 runs with out selecting a wicket.
The chief destroyer of India was Roman Walker, who picked up three wickets for 12 runs in six overs.