Rohit Sharma hilariously consults with Marais Erasmus before taking review

Rohit Sharma hilariously consults with Marais Erasmus before taking review. The Indian captain spotted calling for a review after Jasprit Bumrah struck Jonny Bairstow on the pads with the opening delivery.

India captain Rohit Sharma caught making one of his iconic statements.On Day 2 of the India vs England second Test in Visakhapatnam on Saturday, February 3. During the 26th over of England’s innings, the India captain spotted consulting on-field umpire Marais Erasmus on whether he should request a review or not.

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The incident occurred on the last ball of the over. When Jasprit Bumrah smack Jonny Bairstow on the pads with his maiden delivery.

entire Indian squad stepped up for an appeal, but umpire Marais Erasmus did not raise his finger. As a result, the Indian captain began speaking with wicketkeepers. KS Bharat and Bumrah on whether they should seek a review or not. While consulting with his teammates, he even questioned the umpire, “Marais, what do you think?.”

Returning to the match, India scored 60 runs to their overnight score of 336 to conclude the innings on 396. Yashasvi Jaiswal, score his first double century in Tests at the age of 21, making him the third youngest Indian to do so. The southpaw delivered a sensational innings of 209 (290), hitting 19 fours and seven sixes.

Following Jaiswal’s blistering performance with the bat. England were treat to a reverse swing masterclass as Jasprit Bumrah ripped through their batting order, recording his best statistics in India.

The speedster claimed 6/45 in 15.5 overs, taking the wickets of Joe Root (5 off 10). Ollie Pope (23 off 55), Jonny Bairstow (25 off 39), Ben Stokes (47 off 54). Tom Hartley (21 off 24), and James Anderson (6 off 19).

His ball to Ollie Pope was the highlight of the day. As he demolished the stumps of the previous game’s Player of the Match with a blistering in-swinging yorker. England were swept out for 253 thanks to his spectacular bowling performance, with Zak Crawley leading the way with 76 (78). Meanwhile, India concluded the day on 28/0 with both openers at the crease, leading England by 171 runs.

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