Ashwin miffed after horrible run-out. Ashwin was left disappointed after a run-out mix-up with Jadeja which cost India their seventh wicket in the first innings against England.

England sniffed a rare opportunity to fight back on the second evening of the first Test against India in Hyderabad after three half-century scores – from Yashasvi Jaiswal, KL Rahul, and Ravindra Jadeja – took India past the 350-run mark with a lead well over 100 runs. After Joe Root dismissed KS Bharat, who was also on the verge of a fifty, England gifted a seventh wicket in the space of just 10 balls as Ashwin walked back with a disappointed look following a horrible run-out mix-up with Jadeja.

Ashwin miffed after horrible run-out
Ashwin miffed after horrible run-out

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Run-Out Drama in 91st Over (Ashwin miffed after horrible run-out):

It happened in the 91st over of India’s first innings at the Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium when Root was up against Ashwin, who had only arrived at the crease an over before. The India batter punched the third delivery in the over to the right of cover and took off immediately for a single. Jadeja responded to the call as well but turned back after the fielder made the quick stop. Ashwin, however, had his eyes only on the ball and hence kept running before he found himself in the same corner as Jadeja. Tom Hartley comfortably lobbed the ball back to wicketkeeper Ben Foakes, who broke the stump as the two batters shared a look before Ashwin walked back disappointed having managed only a single in 11 balls.

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Dressing Room Dynamics After Dismissal

Moments later, when the broadcaster replayed the dismissal, commentator Harsha Bhogle asked former head coach Ravi Shastri, who then just rejoined the box, to predict the dressing room scene after the end of the day’s play, he reckoned that none would want to admit their mistake. He said: “Both will sit in different corners of the dressing room. Both will not admit whose mistake it was. He will say it is his mistake and others will say the same.”

Jadeja, however, found able assistance from Axar Patel, another southpaw from Gujarat, as the pair stitched an unbeaten 39-run stand to take India’s lead past 150 runs mark. India meanwhile breached the 400-run mark in their first innings.

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