To Help Virat Kohli Counter England's Swing, Arjun Tendulkar Bowls Him In Nets

To Help Virat Kohli Counter England's Swing, Arjun Tendulkar Bowls Him In Nets

The second Test match between England and India will start on August 9 at the iconic Lord's

Indian skipper Virat Kohli, who scored 149 and 51 in the first and second innings of the first Test respectively, is leaving no stone unturned to get back into the winning track in the second Test match against hosts England at Lord’s.

Ahead of the second game, Indian team participated in the net session with the Indian skipper leading the charge.

In a video posted by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Virat was seen practising his shots.

What caught everyone’s attention was former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar’s son Arjun Tendulkar, who recently made his U-19 international debut, bowling.

Here’s the video which has received an astounding level of visibility.

Earlier, ahead of the start of the T20 series against England, Arjun helped Indian batsmen in the nets to counter English attack.

During the practice session, the left-arm pacer was seen bowling to Indian batsmen like MS Dhoni and Shikhar Dhawan.

While bowling in the nets, Jr Tendulkar surprised Virat Kohli with a bouncer as the Indian captain tried to pull the delivery but failed to make a contact with a ball.

Meanwhile, Kohli would be hoping for an improved performance from the top-order in the second Test. Besides Kohli, no other Indian batsmen have managed to impress with the bat.

With the win in the first Test, England is now leading five-match Test series 1-0.

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The second Test match will start on August 9 at the iconic Lord’s.

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