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Mohammad Siraj helps India bowl out England for 319
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Mohammad Siraj helps India bowl out England for 319

| @indiablooms | 17 Feb 2024, 01:23 pm

Rajkot/IBNS: Mohammed Siraj's raging spell post lunch on day 3 powered India to bowl out England for 319 in the first innings of the third Test in Rajkot on Saturday.

India took a healthy lead of 126 runs from the first innings over England.

After the lunch, Siraj sent back skipper Ben Stokes for 41, Ben Foakes for 13 and Rehan Ahmed for 6 to shatter England's dream to post a big total in the first innings.

Kuldeep Yadav, who brought India back in the game in the morning, picked two wickets for 77 while Jadeja picked as many wickets for 51 runs.

Joe Root was the first man to be dismissed in the morning.

Yashasvi Jaiswal picked Root in the slip off Kuldeep's delivery sending Root back to the hut scoring only 18.

Jonny Bairstow soon followed Root being dismissed leg before wicket by Bumrah, who has the best economy rate for India so far.

Duckett, who scored the bulk of the English runs, continued with his fiery batting but again Kuldeep came into play by removing him for 153 off 151 balls.

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