lead?conjure up an answer for it.Virat Kohli has been delivering in that capacity for years now and Day 3 of the second Testagainst England wasyet another display of his ability to deliver in that role At the close ofEngland’s innings India seemed to have grabbed their opponents by the scruff of the neck by gaining a 200-run lead At close of play it still was advantage India asthey stretched their lead to 298 What many would not understand though is the struggle that Kohli went through in the second innings Virat Kohli scored another fifty as he took India closer to victory against England at Vizag AP It was England’s premier pace duo of Stuart Broad and James Anderson who inflicted early blows on the Indian batting line up in their second essay while the spinners gave their best shot on a pitch that was starting to play tricks with the batsmen England would havewanted tostifle the hosts as much as they could in orderto restrict the target toone that Alastair Cook and Co would be able tochase on a fast-deteriorating pitch However it was Kohli’s determined approach combined with his flawless execution of drives off bad deliveries thatnearly undid the England new-ball pair’s good work in the initial overs The Delhi lad – who is going through a remarkable year with the bat across formats – pulled off what is fast becoming an everyday routine for him as he steadied the ship for the hosts along with Ajinkya Rahane (22 not out) India are noware on course for setting a target in excess of 400 on a pitch thatthe likes of Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja would love to feast on in the last two days The day started with Ashwin who had taken two crucial wickets topeg the Englishmen back on the second day atrociously wasting a review —that for an LBW against Jonny Bairstow when the ball was clearly deflected towards fine-leg off his glove It was not the first time that the Tamil Nadu off-spinner had taken such a decision all by himself without consulting his mates especially his captain There were a few more fumbles thereafter as Wriddhiman Saha failed to pull off an MS Dhoni-like stumping after having effected a run out much like theIndianlimited overs captain on the second day (a backhand throw onto the stumps to run Haseeb Hameed out) Instead of lunging forward to collect the ball and whip the bails off in a flash? For all the latest Delhi News,one of the busiest in the city with approximately 40, saw the side pick up just two wins and two draws and concede 29 goals." Bradley told talkSPORT.

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