When the sound of the drum heard in Oval’s field, Shikhar Dhawan did not stop himself and started dancing there.
New Delhi: The last match of the series of five Test matches between India and England is being played in London’s Oval. England decided to bat first by winning the toss. Jaspreet Bumrah got his first breakthrough and dismissed Keaton Jennings. However, England was in a strong position until the post-lunch session. Alistair Cook and Moin Ali were heading for strength. But after that, the wickets continued to fall continuously. Team India reached a strong position.
The Indian audience present in the oval happily jumped. They started celebrating it. The audience began to dance and started dancing, and Shikhar Dhawan did not stop himself when the sound of a drum heard in the stadium.
Shikhar Dhawan was standing on the boundary and was fielding. By hearing the sound of the drum, their feet started fluttering. With this, the enthusiasm of the Indian fans came alive. Fans recorded this video of Shikhar Dhawan’s dance and shared it on social media. Seeing the summit, Harbhajan Singh, who was sitting in the commentary box, did not stop himself and started stepping out of Bhangra
— Krishnan Chakrapani (@krishnanc33) September 7, 2018
Explain that Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah and Ravindra Jadeja’s excellent bowling put England in trouble on the first day of the fifth and final Test on Friday, scoring seven wickets for 198 runs in their first innings. The England team was in a strong position after scoring 123 runs on one wicket till tea. But after this, India made a strong comeback in the third session and 75 runs, they were dismissed by six wickets in the hosts and pushed them back on the backfoot. By the end of the day, Jos Buttler (11) and Adil Rashid (25) made unbeaten runs with a four-wicket haul with the help of a four over 31 balls.