Jadeja misses ton but India in charge at Mohali Ravindra Jadeja
Eastern Eye Staff
RAVINDRA Jadeja fell agonisingly short of his maiden test century but India’s strong lower-order batting display gave the hosts a healthy advantage midway through the third test against England this morning. Jadeja made a fluent 90 and forged two 75-plus partnerships with Ravichandran Ashwin and Jayant Yadav before India were bowled out for 417, a handy first innings lead of 134 runs, prompting an early tea on the third day of the match. Resuming on 271-6, the Indians needed four overs to erase the 12-run first innings deficit at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium. Ben Stokes, who came up with…
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