Oval Test: What did Team India do! Moeen Ali was out, but no one appealed

Team India’s fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah made a big mistake in the fourth match of the ongoing Test series at The Oval. He had a chance to take the wicket of England batsman Moeen Ali, but no Indian player appealed. Due to this mistake of Team India, Moeen Ali got life.

This incident was seen in the 60th over of England’s innings. Bumrah bowled a brilliant yorker. The ball coming inside was going to the stump of the leg side after hitting Moeen Ali’s shoe. No one appealed on this from India’s side.

On seeing the replays, it was found that the ball would have gone straight to the leg stump. The Indian team was assuming that the ball first hit Moeen Ali’s bat. This mistake of Team India gave life to Moeen Ali. However, he could not take advantage of it and Ravindra Jadeja walked him in the 68th over.

Moeen Ali was trying to hit a big shot, but the ball went very high in the air and Rohit did not make any mistake. Taking a simple catch, he dismissed Moeen Ali. Moeen Ali scored 35 runs in 71 balls. He shared a 71-run partnership for the 7th wicket with Ollie Pope.

England’s first innings was bowled out for 290 runs

England has scored 290 runs in the first innings. Olly Pope scored the highest 81 runs for him. Apart from this, Chris Woakes played an innings of 50 runs. England’s score was 62 runs for the loss of 5 wickets at one time. Pope then made a half-century partnership with Jonny Bairstow and Moeen Ali to take the team’s score beyond 200.

Pope was bowled by Shardul Thakur. When Pope returned to the pavilion, England’s score was 250 runs. After Pope’s dismissal, Chris Woakes took the lead. He shared a 35-run partnership with James Anderson for the 10th wicket and took the team’s score to 290 runs. Woakes was dismissed after scoring 50 runs. England took a lead of 99 runs on the basis of first innings.

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