Bye Bye Rohit Chanting at The Stadium After Rohit Sharma Got Out, India Batting Collapse On Day 2nd of 4th Test Match

In the fourth Test of the India vs. England series, India’s batting lineup faced another collapse, bringing up concerns once again about Rohit Sharma. Rohit struggled once more, scoring only 2 runs off 9 balls in the first inning of 4th test match. Rohit was dismissed by James Anderson, by making the ball hit the edge of his bat, and Ben Foakes caught the ball easily behind the stumps. After Rohit Sharma got out English fans teased with ‘Bye Bye Rohit’.

Another Failure For Rohit Sharma

In the ongoing fourth Test between India and England in Ranchi, captain Rohit Sharma didn’t score much in India’s first innings. After England batted and scored 353 runs, James Anderson, an experienced player for England, dismissed Rohit early in India’s innings. Rohit could only make 2 runs off 9 balls, and India lost their first wicket with just 4 runs on the board.

After Rohit got out, the Barmy Army fans, who support England, were happy. They even created a little song, singing ‘Bye Bye Rohit’ as he walked back to the pavilion. The video of this moment became popular on social media.

India Batting Collapse on Day 2nd of 4th Test Match

In the cricket match, India is facing a tough situation with a score of 219/7 at the end of Day 2. Rohit was dismissed by Anderson, and out of the remaining six wickets, Shoaib Bashir took four and Tom Hartley took two. Bashir has been England’s key player, with figures of 4/84. Shubman Gill, Rajat Patidar, Ravindra Jadeja, and Yasashvi Jaiswal all got out to Bashir in the second session.

Gill and Patidar were dismissed LBW, Jadeja made an error and got caught, while Jaiswal was bowled by Bashir. Currently, India is trailing by 134 runs with three wickets left. On a positive note, Dhruv Jurel is still at the crease, and Kuldeep Yadav, is with him.

Earlier Joe Root Brillient Performance With Bat

On Saturday, starting from 302-7, England’s star player, Root, played a crucial role in adding 51 more runs to the team’s first innings. Root remained unbeaten, facing 274 balls and hitting 10 fours.

Ollie Robinson, in his first match of the series, scored his first half-century in Test cricket, taking 81 balls to reach the milestone. He partnered with Root, adding 102 runs for the eighth wicket. This partnership was crucial in rescuing England from a challenging position at 245-7 on the first day, after winning the toss.

In the series, India is currently leading 2-1. They secured a 434-run victory in the third test at Rajkot and won the second test in Visakhapatnam by 106 runs, while England claimed victory in the first test in Hyderabad by 28 runs.

Also Read: Ravindra Jadeja 4 Wickets Against England 1st Inning in 4th Test Match, England Scored 353 Runs in 1st Inning

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