Another blow to the Indian team on the first day, the cricketer left the field due to a serious injury ..

The Indian batsmen lost on the first day of the Test, after which the bowlers also failed. But while fielding, India has now suffered a major setback. Because the key player was injured while fielding, his injury was so serious that he had to be taken off the field.

On the first day of the third Test, India were all out for 78, while England were 120 for no loss. But while fielding, Ravindra Jadeja was seriously injured. The injury was serious and could not be treated on the field. That’s why he had to go off the field.

The Indian team has not given any official information about the seriousness of the injury and whether he will play tomorrow. But if Jadeja doesn’t play tomorrow, it could be a shock for India on this pitch. Because the pitch is also conducive to batting and at that point Jadeja can stop the flow of runs with a penetrating hit. So whether Jadeja will play tomorrow or not, everyone will be watching.

See how the Indian team failed …

India were bowled out by Anderson in the first over. At the same time, Anderson then gave another blow to India by dismissing Cheteshwar Pujara. All eyes were on Virat Kohli’s batting now that both the Indian batsmen were dismissed early. But Anderson hit an accurate and penetrating shot this time and gave India a third wicket by dismissing Kohli.

As a result, India were 21 for 3 in the 11th over. After that, Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane scored some runs. But before lunch, Ajinkya Rahane was dismissed for 18 runs. After that, Indian fans were hoping for a big game from Rohit Sharma. But Rohit also failed to make a big play this time.

Rohit faced 105 balls, but he managed to score only 19 runs with the help of a four. Rory Burns and Haseeb Hameed both hit half-centuries this time around and gave England a flying start. At the end of the first day, England reached 120 not out. So the England team has maintained the lead on the first day.

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