Srinagar: Legendary senior England pacer James Anderson has continued his dominance againsg India’s rising star batter Shubman Gill, by getting his wicket again on the Day 1 of second Test on Friday at Visakhapatnam.
Despite getting off to a promising start on Day 1, Shubman Gill innings was cut short just before lunch.
In the 29th over, delivered by James Anderson, leveraging his experience and precision, bowled a good length delivery, drawing Gill into a forward defense.
However, Gill could only manage to edge the ball, which found its way into the gloves of England’s wicketkeeper Ben Foakes, who secured the catch without trouble.
Shubman Gill’s departure for 34 runs off 46 balls, once again showed his vulnerability in his batting against Anderson.
It is fifth time Anderson has claimed Gill’s wicket in seven innings, highlighting a challenging matchup for the Indian batsman who now averages an abysmal 7.80 against the seasoned English pacer.