Improvement England after Pietersen target at Lord's

Improvement England after pietersen
target at lord's
In a substance of hours, Kevin Petersen go from playing his most un-Pieterse-like innings to casing himself in magnificence, helping England set up a appropriate declaration on Day 2 of the Lord's Test. While his name would be up on the Lord's honors’ board for the 6th time, it would be the first for Praveen Kumar.

Praveen's brilliancy was India's only positive for the day. In the morning session, in situation perfect for batting and Pietersen going strong with Jonathan Trott, Praveen twisted the magic ball. It was a sharp in-swinger which hit Jonathan Trott in front of leg-stump and a wicket fell against the flow of things.

Improvement England after Pietersen target at Lord The 

seamer toiled from side to side 23 over’s to whole a richly deserve maiden fiver while India were let down again by their more knowledgeable Test bowlers in Zaheer Khan's lack. After 18 wicket less over’s the past, Praveen pick up 5-60 today when the sun compressed the wicket up helping him add a yard in pace to go with his ever-present swing.

Abhinav Mukund and Gautam Gambhir survived some worried moments in evaporation light, taking India to 17-0 in reply to England's 474-8. The wicket is probable to remain good quality for batting, thanks to a hovercraft-like cover used here at Lord's, which allows very little crack to happen.

, 22 overnight, laboured his slowest Test fifty and hundred today off 216 balls. At tea, he snapped himself awake and proceeds to plunder India. He clubbed 4, 6, 2 and 4 off successive balls off Suresh Raina to whole his 2th hundred of the day off a mere 110 balls more --- as well as 44 off the last 17. He had gone 3th years without a hundred in England.

Matt Prior (71 off 93) and Ian Bell (45 off 76) pumped up England's dreary run-rate today while Pietersen blocked one finish up. Further than Praveen, India's bowling looked so undamaging, the only time Pietersen looked out of place was when MS Dhoni brought himself on first up after lunch.

MS Doni got a wicket of pietersen but
umpire said not out
Dhoni's first ball rapped Pietersen on the pads just exterior off-stump, saving him from an LBW shout. A couple of over’s later, Billy Bowden upheld a caught-behind giving what would have been Dhoni's first Test wicket. But Pietersen saved himself by calling for a review. HotSpot showed no signs of an edge.

Harbhajan Singh and Ishant Sharma bowled 67 overs between them, surrendering a enormous 280 runs without a single wicket. Ishant Sharma constant to be inconsistent with his length, which was predominantly short. Harbhajan establish no turn or bounce on this wicket. Approximately the wicket or over it, he couldn't find a way to stop Pietersen partnership 110 with Bell and other partnership 120 with Matt Prior without breaking a sweat.

 Improvement England after Pietersen target at Lord'

Back with the new ball, Praveen then removed Ian Bell with a beautifully shaped out-swinger edged to MS Dhoni. In the same over, he had Eoin Morgan caught behind. HotSpot showed no edge on the bat, but Morgan walked straightaway. The sound is that Morgan says he had edged it.
As England rebuilt with Matt Prior and Pietersen, Praveen took the old ball and managed to swing it big as well. Two successive out-swingers --- one going absent from Matt Prior and one swinging into Struat Broad --- abruptly gave Praveen his fiver and put him on a hat-trick, disallowed by Graeme Swann who kept the in-swinging yorker out.Praveen nearly had Pietersen in the similar spell when he flicked one down to Rahul Dravid at leg-slip. Rahul Dravid gestured he wasn't in no doubt if the catch was spotless. Replays optional the ball had bounced before feat Rahul Dravid, so Pietersen stayed.

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