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Cricket, tail-enders solidify Indian innings in Rajkot test against England
 
Rajkot February 16:-
In Cricket, India will resume their first innings play at the overnight score of 326 for 5 against England on the second day of the third Test of five-match series at the Niranjan Shah Cricket Stadium in Rajkot, today.

Earlier on day one, After winning toss and electing to bat first, the Men in Blue amassed a decent total on the wings of Skipper Rohit Sharma and All-rounder Ravindra Jadeja. India were once reeling at 33 for three before Sharma and Jadeja turned things around with a massive double-century stand. Jadeja's knock (110) oozed solidity to the Indian innings on a batting-friendly track alongside the skipper's ton while the debutant Sarfaraz Khan kept the momentum going, as he completed his first half-century on Test debut He became the third fastest Indian batter to score fifty on test debut for India. He is after Yuvraj Singh and Hardik Pandya. For England, Mark Wood took three wickets.

Overnight not out batters Jadeja and night watchman Kuldeep Yadav will resume the Indian innings today at 9.30 AM, IST.
 
 
 
 
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