From Lashing Out On Indian Top Cricketers To Praising Sam Curran, Here’s How Twitterati Are Reacting To The Ongoing #IndvsEng

The second day of the ODI test series between India and England, started with a bad note for Indian cricket team as Sam Curran went on to take 3 wickets in a span of just 8 balls.

The openers of Indian cricket team, Murali Vijay and Shikhar Dhawan started well for India. Both of them took sometime to settle down and their partnership for 50 runs had set the stage. There were hopes that the two will post a big total, however, Sam Curran had other plans, as he bowled a beautiful delivery to Murali Vijay, which pinned him infront of the stumps.

Team India had taken a bold decision by not taking Cheteshwar Pujara in the playing XI squad. He was replace by the young IPL sensation, KL Rahul. After Vijay got back to pavilion, KL Rahul came in to bat. He walked in with confidence to carry on with the good job done by the openers, however, failed miserably as he was bowled out by Sam Curran.

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it's a @samcurran58 show 🔥 🔥 🔥 with 3 wickets in 8 balls, sam curran destroyed @indiancricketteam batting line up. dismissed @shikhardofficial, @mvj8 and @rahulkl. disappointing display from indian top 3. 😔 😔 #samcurran #englandcricket #englandcricketteam #jamesanderson #kingofswing #joeroot #alastaircook #ipl #indiancricketteam #indiatourofengland #indvseng #indiavsengland #indiancricket #viratkohli #kingkohli #shikhardhawan #muralivijay #klrahul #ajinkyarahane #stuartbroad

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Shikhar Dhawan also couldn’t last longer and he was caught-out by Dawid Malan, after Curran got Dhawan to edge to the slip cordon with the ball landing short. Shikhar Dhawan scored 26 runs and smashed 3 fours before he went back to pavilion.

The twitterati are lashing out on the top order of India and appreciating Sam Curran for his mindblowing stint. Here, have a look at the reactions :

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