England vs India 2014: 2nd Test, Day 2: Twitter reactions
Suddenly on the day two, the track looked a bit flat and Indian bowlers struggled to get wickets even bowling well. England batsmen capitalized the conditions but Bhuvi ensured the postion doesn’t go worse for India.
Here are the twitter reactions of the day.
High time for Ballance after found in bar just a day before the match.
— Innocent Bystander (@InnoBystander) July 18, 2014
These people are so crazy.
I’m at Lord’s today to find out why English people wear suits in 33 degree heat and end up looking like slow-roasted tomatoes.
— Alternative Cricket (@AltCricket) July 18, 2014
Bhuvi has been given on long spells.
Will MSD bowl Bhuvi into the ground like he did with PK four years back #EngvInd
— Gaurav Sethi (@BoredCricket) July 18, 2014
Dhoni left a catch instead of leaving the ball while batting.
Dear Dhoni, when they said it’s important to leave the ball here, they didn’t mean this. You don’t have to leave it while keeping! #EngvInd
— cricBC (@cricBC) July 18, 2014
Dravid still had Lady Fans.
Did Rahul just blush when all those young girls were asking him to marry him? He replies I am happily married I have two children Haha cute.
— Ali (@Cric_Liebhabe) July 18, 2014
And the Best at slips is not at slips actually not in team too.
— Alchemist (@iBestest) July 18, 2014
England sends Nightwatchman at wrong time.
Matt Prior has just sent in a nightwatchman to face the second new ball. There are still seven overs to go. Fuck. That. Get him gone.
— Dave Tickner (@tickerscricket) July 18, 2014
Prior in as a nighwatchman for Anderson.
— CCN™ (@CricCrazyNIKS) July 18, 2014
Anderson might get
Haha. Anderson is nomore a night watchman. may be a future top order for England if they continuously play against India. who knows. lol
— FRANK (@FranklinnMJ) July 18, 2014
Will England win a Test in this year?
England are going to go an entire year without a Test win, aren’t they.
— Peter Miller (@TheCricketGeek) July 18, 2014
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