Former Australian pacer and now an umpire, Paul Reiffel, has said that wouldn’t be wearing a helmet while standing in cricket matches in spite of taking a blow on the head during the opening day of the fourth Test between India and England at Mumbai
India went into the Mumbai Test at Wankhede stadium as favourites having won the last two Tests of the series rather convincingly. However, things looked a bit dodgy for the Indians after England put up 400 batting first.
Indian skipper Virat Kohli described the Test series win against England as the best they have won under his captaincy thus far. India got the better of England by an innings and 36 runs at Mumbai on Monday. India have recently won series' against South Africa, Sri Lanka, West Indies and New Zealand.
India fought back hard on day two of the Wankhede Test in Mumbai. After the bowlers conceded 400 bowling first, India ended up on 146 for 1 in 52 overs. Murali Vijay returned to form, remaining unbeaten on 70 while Cheteshwar Pujara was not out on 47. Here are some significant stats from the second day’s play