India vs England 4th Test: Axar gets Sibley with a straight ball again

India vs England: The left-arm spinner made a great start on home turf yet again as he picked up a wicket in his first over again. Dominic Sibley, who has struggled for form after making a good contribution in the first Test fell to Axar again as he played for spin and there was none.

Axar Patel celebrates the fall of a wicket with his teammates on first day of the fourth Test(Twitter/BCCI)

Axar Patel started from where he had left off in the pink ball Test at Ahmedabad as he returned to torment the English batsmen at the same venue on the first morning of the fourth Test. Playing in his home ground, Axar was handed the ball soon after Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Siraj had bowled a few probing overs.

The left-arm spinner made a great start on home turf yet again as he picked up a wicket in his first over again. Dominic Sibley, who has struggled for form after making a good contribution in the first Test fell to Axar again as he played for spin and there was none.

Sibley went in for a forward defence but the ball made its way past the bat and pad and went on to hit the wickets. It was yet another example of Axar picking up a wicket without spinning the ball a great deal.


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