Controversial Celebration of Yashasvi Jaiswal’s Grounded Catch Sparks Social Media Outcry Against England, Allegations of ‘Cheating’ Emerge

Controversial Celebration of Yashasvi Jaiswal's Grounded Catch Sparks Social Media Outcry Against England, Allegations of 'Cheating' Emerge
Controversial Celebration of Yashasvi Jaiswal's Grounded Catch Sparks Social Media Outcry Against England, Allegations of 'Cheating' Emerge
Controversial Celebration of Yashasvi Jaiswal's Grounded Catch Sparks Social Media Outcry Against England, Allegations of 'Cheating' Emerge
Controversial Celebration of Yashasvi Jaiswal's Grounded Catch Sparks Social Media Outcry Against England, Allegations of 'Cheating' Emerge

Controversial Celebration of Yashasvi Jaiswal’s Grounded Catch Sparks Social Media Outcry Against England, Allegations of ‘Cheating’ Emerge

Controversial Celebration of Yashasvi Jaiswal’s Grounded Catch Sparks Social Media Outcry Against England, Allegations of ‘Cheating’ Emerge….image/X

Controversial Celebration of Yashasvi Jaiswal’s Grounded Catch Sparks Social Media Outcry Against England, Allegations of ‘Cheating’ Emerge

Solid Partnerships Defend India

The second day of the fourth India vs England Test showcased an intriguing contest. After England’s first innings concluded at 353, the Indian cricket team faced an early setback with Rohit Sharma’s early dismissal. However, the resilience of young talents Shubman Gill and Yashasvi Jaiswal became evident as they forged a solid partnership, frustrating the England bowling attack.

Controversial Celebrations and Umpire’s Call

Amidst the riveting play, a controversial moment unfolded when England celebrated what seemed like a grounded catch of Yashasvi Jaiswal. In the 20th over of India’s innings, Ollie Robinson’s delivery to Jaiswal led to enthusiastic celebrations as the ball appeared to edge to wicketkeeper Ben Foakes. The third umpire intervened, determining that the catch was not valid, sparking strong reactions from fans, with some expressing frustration at perceived unfair play.

“These England cricketers are cheats. Look at their expressions as soon as the third umpire gave Yashasvi Jaiswal not out. It seems they have gone blind,” criticized a user by the name of @ShivaramManjun2.

Robinson’s Career-Best Knock and England’s First Innings Closure

Ollie Robinson’s commendable innings, contributing a career-best 58 runs, played a pivotal role in England’s first innings reaching a total of 353. Despite Robinson’s impressive performance, a controversial reverse sweep led to his dismissal, ending a resilient 102-run partnership with Joe Root, who remained unbeaten at 122.

India’s Response and Rohit Sharma’s Early Exit

In reply, India faced challenges as skipper Rohit Sharma fell cheaply, contributing only 2 runs, leaving the team at 34 for one at lunch. James Anderson’s delivery, moving away slightly off the surface, led to Rohit’s dismissal, caught by Ben Foakes. Yashasvi Jaiswal, showing confidence, remained unbeaten at 27, accompanied by Shubman Gill (4) at the lunch break.

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