The men in blue are currently playing the second match of the 2 match Test series against Sri Lanka at Chinnaswamy stadium in Bengaluru, During the second over of the First Day, Mayank Agarwal was dismissed run of a no-ball.
After Rohit Sharma opted to bat on a dry wicket at Chinnaswamy, India’s right-hand opener Mayank stroked a magnificent boundary of the third ball of the game, however in the very next over he made a silly error, and because of that, he fell for a run-out without adding any more runs to his name.
The incident happened in the second over of the match When Left-arm pacer Vishwa Fernando bowls a nip backer which struck on Mayank’s pads. Fernando along with the other players started appealing for the leg before but the stand-in umpire Anil Chaudhry was not convinced and later it was found that Vishwa Fernando overstepped while bowling that delivery, but Mayank was already hurried for single as he did not see Rohit Sharma’s call of No. Praveen Jayawickrama then lobbed the ball to Sri Lanka’s wicketkeeper Niroshan Dickwella who knock the bails off to complete a rather dramatic dismissal.
Sri Lankan wicketkeeper Niroshan Dickwella also asked Captain to take DRS for the leg before but it was not required considering the run-out.
After winning the first game comprehensively and taking an unassailable lead in the series, India opted to bat first on a dry wicket in the second game which is also India’s 4th Day-night test match and third in India. after losing Mayank and Rohit early, Virat Kohli along with Hanuma Vihari added 47 runs but both were dismissed in quick succession with Virat Kohli getting out leg before of a ball which kept low, with the pitch offering turn and bounce and some ball keeping low from the first day It will be very interesting to see how the Indian bowlers will ball on this wicket.
— Rishobpuant (@rishobpuant) March 12, 2022
LBW appeal turned down. Sri Lanka were ready to go for DRS.
Mayank runs himself out and it turns out to be a no-ball!
— 🏏Flashscore Cricket Commentators (@FlashCric) March 12, 2022