After Mohammed Siraj catches Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root scores a century : online cricket betting

In the second session of the second Test, England captain Joe Root struck his 22nd century and his second consecutive of the series. With England on 236/4 after 81.3 overs, Jos Buttler joined Root in the middle. After going into lunch on Day 3 of the second Test match at Lord’s without losing a wicket and adding 97 runs in 28 overs, pacer Mohammed Siraj dismissed Jonny Bairstow (57 runs off 107 balls) to capture England’s fourth wicket and first of the day’s play. Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow contributed 100 runs for the fourth wicket, with Bairstow completing his half-century in just 90 deliveries. England got off to a fast start against the Indian pacers, scoring runs at a rapid rate. England was 119 for three on Day 2 of the tournament, 245 runs behind India. India were bowled out for 364 on Friday, with James Anderson claiming his 31st five-wicket haul in Test cricket. KL Rahul top-scored for India with 129 runs, and he was ably supported by Rohit Sharma, who made 83.

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