Search:



The Web

Rediff




    Home | Cricket | Gallery
March 2, 2006   


India vs England, 1st Test

India's fast bowler S Sreesanth claimed the first wicket to fall on day 2, when he had Matthew Hoggard caught behind by M S Dhoni.

The England tail wagged bravely as they fought out the first session to go in for lunch at a healthy 360 for nine in the first innings.

Paul Collingwood hit a maiden unbeaten century as England amassed 393 in their first innings on day 2 in the first Test at Nagpur on Thursday. In reply, India were 136 for 1 at stumps, with Wasim Jaffer and Rahul Dravid unbeaten on 73 and 40 respectively.

Photographs: AFP/Getty Images

  • Email this slide show to a friend


  • Article Tools Email this article
    Write us a letter