The England player was asked to stop talking by Richard Kettleborough.
So with Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow continuing to go unbeaten, England is just over 100 runs away from a decisive victory.
Premier paceman Stuart Broad has had a forgettable game so far. Despite the fact that England and India are getting closer to an exciting comeback victory. So After being thrashed by Jasprit Bumrah, Broad had the unfortunate distinction of bowling the most expensive over in Test cricket. So he sought to protest anything after entering the field to bat in England’s first innings and was reprimanded by English umpire Richard Kettleborough.
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When instructing Broad to “shut up” and continue batting, umpire Kettleborough’s voice was recorded on the stump microphone in a video that has since gone viral on social media.
The umpire may also be heard cautioning Broad not to get into trouble again.
Kettleborough said, “You take the batting; let us handle the umpiring, okay?”
“Otherwise, you’ll run into trouble once more. Just one more to go. Broad, Broad, Broad! Stop talking and proceed to the batting “The England player heard Kettleborough’s caution.
As a result, Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow continued to play flawless cricket overnight, leaving England just over 100 runs away from a decisive victory.
So england’s bowlers, led by skipper Ben Stokes. Bowled India out for 245 in the second innings, opening the door for a comeback.
The century opening stand shared by Alex Lees and Zak Crawley continued a pattern England has shown since Brendon McCullum took over as manager.
After three wickets fell quickly, Root and Bairstow demoralized the Indian assault.
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