Bashir replied to Sarfaraz – I know a bit Hindi at India – England 4th Test Cricket Match

Ranchi: On the second day in Ranchi Test, India scored 219 runs at the loss of 7 wickets.

India is still 134 runs behind England on the basis of first innings.

Earlier, the England team was all out for 353 runs in the first innings.

Joe Root remained not out after scoring a century.

During the day’s play, English player Shoaib Bashir’s conversation with Sarfaraz Khan was in discussion.

When Bashir came to bat, Sarfaraz told his Indian teammate that he does not know Hindi.

To this Bashir replied, I know a bit of Hindi.

After this, an appeal by England against Yashasvi Jaiswal also remained controversial.

England bowler Olly Robinson did wonders with the bat and scored a half century.

On the last ball of the 95th over, Robinson swept Jadeja’s ball, the ball hit the edge of the bat and went towards the boundary at deep square leg.

Robinson got four runs and completed his half-century.

This is his first half-century in Test cricket.

After completing his half-century, Ollie Robinson was caught out while trying to reverse-sweep the ball of Ravindra Jadeja.

After this Shoaib Bashir came on the pitch.

As the young English off-spinner was getting ready to face his first ball, Sarfaraz Khan, while fielding at silly point, said to Jadeja that he does not know Hindi.

To this Bashir replied, I know a little Hindi.

Rohit got confused after catching the fourth ball of the 102nd over of England’s first innings, due to which the Indian team had to suffer the consequences.

Kuldeep Yadav’s ball which went through Root’s bat and into the slips.

Rohit Sharma, who was fielding there, bent completely and took the catch, it seemed as if the ball had touched the ground.

The umpire gave the decision of not out, yet captain Rohit was confused whether he took the catch properly or not.

He took a review, but the umpire’s decision turned out to be correct.

Indian all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja hit two consecutive sixes off Tom Hartley in the 36th over.

He hit a wide long-on on the fourth ball of the over and a flat six on the mid-wicket boundary on the fifth ball.

However, Jadeja could not stay at the crease for long.

He became the victim of Shoaib Bashir on the 5th ball of the 37th over.

Yashasvi Jaiswal was saved from getting out in the 20th over of India’s innings.

Robinson’s ball hit Jaiswal’s bat and went into the hands of wicketkeeper Fox.

Fox tried to take the catch by diving.

Considering Jaiswal out, Captain Ben Stokes and Joe Root started celebrating.

However, Fox was not confident about the catch.

Umpire Joel Wilson watched some replays and finally decided that the ball touched the ground and came into the gloves.

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