Ind vs Eng: Yadav, Kohli, And Pant Hit The Nets To Train Ahead Of The T20I Series

Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, and Rishabh Pant were spotted practising in the nets ahead of the T20I series against England.

Vatsal Thakore

March 10, 2021

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The Indian Cricket Team won the test series against England, which was held in February 2021, by 3-1. After an energizing win in the test series, the team is all set to face England once again, in the five-game T20I series. Ahead of the beginning of the tournament, our esteemed cricketers have been doing their regular net practising.

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After the Indian Men’s Cricket Team defeated the England team in the test series, they qualified for the World Test Championship. And now, our champions have been gearing up to face England again in the 20-20 International series. The tournament is set to begin on Friday, 12 March, at the newly renamed Narendra Modi Stadium, at Motera, Ahmedabad.

Ahead of the beginning of the tournament, cricketers Virat Kohli, Suryakumar Yadav, and Rishabh Pant were spotted practising their game, training in the nets. After a three months long gap, the Indian Men’s Cricket Team will be seen in their iconic blue jerseys, once again. This T20I series between India and England will consist of five matches, which will be held on 12 March, 14 March, 16 March, 18 March, and the last one on 20th March. 

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The Indian Men’s Cricket Team’s performance in the shortest cricket match format, T20, has been excellent for the last two years and has won the T20 series, five times consecutively. In those series, they have stood victorious against Bangladesh, West Indies, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, and Australia. The T20 world cup of 2021, is also set to be played in India. Hopefully team India will maintain its winning streak in T20 matches, this year too.

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