India vs England Live Score, 5th Test Day 2: India seeks to close England Innings Early

India vs England Live Score, 5th Test Day 2: India Look To Wrap Up England Innings Early

Ishant Sharma hit three times to lead India's sensational comeback when visitors reduced England to 198 for 7 on stumps after Alastair Cook hit a memorable half-century in the final match of his career on day one of the fifth Test of the year. Friday. Ishant (3/28) collected three fields, while Jasprit Bumrah (2/41) and Ravindra Jadeja (2/57) each beat twice to bring about the collapse of England in the final session of the first day. Cook, 33, who will retire from international cricket after this test, produced a 190-race, 71-race ticket to give England a good start before the hosts lost six wickets for 58 runs after tea collapsed. 133-1 to 181-7. The hosts were strong at 133-1 when Bumrah fired Cook and Joe Root (0) in successive passes in the 64th minute and then Ishant eliminated Jonny Bairstow (0) in the following to reduce the hosts to 134-4. (LIVE SCANNER)

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Live updates between India vs England, 5th Test, Day 2, directly from The Oval, London

14:30 IST: Hello and welcome to live match updates on Day 2 of the 5th and last Test between India and England.

Moeen Ali tried to resuscitate England's innings with a patient 50 of 170 balls, but Ishant re-took two fields in three balls in the 83rd while England fell to 181 by 7. Mohammed Shami (0-43) also worked throughout the day and it was immensely unfortunate for not having picked up any land. Post-tea, Bumrah and Ishant began again with bright spells, and this time they got well-deserved rewards. Cook's dismissal began the collapse. I was playing playing in Bumrah in the 64th final. He made 73 runs with Ali for the second wicket.

Three balls later, Bumrah caught Joe Root lbw for a duck and the DRS ruled in favor of India. It became three terrains in nine balls when Sharma broke off from Bairstow, trapped behind. It was a consolation for goalkeeper Rishabh Pant, who had a difficult day behind the grounds, as the ball was sewn long after tea.

Ben Stokes (11) and Ali put 37 races for the fifth wicket and stopped the fall. The latter scored his thirteenth half century out of a slow 167 balls in this interim. Jadeja started the slide again, since Stokes got caught on the 78th lap. Having played and lost throughout the day, Ali finally managed to defeat Sharma in 83rd place.