- The Day 2 of the fourth Test indeed saw an interference brought about by a contribute trespasser at The Oval London.
- Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul added 43 runs for the primary wicket until the play was cancelled for the afternoon.
The Day 2 of the fourth Test indeed saw an interference brought about by a contribute trespasser at The Oval London. The man, recognized as Youtuber Daniel ‘Jarvo’ Jarvis by the British media, ran into the arena.
Jarvo, who had prior attacked the field twice in the continuous Test series – at Lord’s and Leeds – and was prohibited from Headingley Cricket Ground forever, barged in procedures by and by when he surged on to the field in the 34th over of England’s first innings.
He bumped into batsman Jonny Bairstow:
He ran past bowler Umesh Yadav and found batsman Jonny Bairstow. He then, at that point, delivered the ball from his hands as Bairstow himself glanced in dismay. The safety officers accompanied him off the ground.
Presently, according to a report from Reuters, the man has been captured on doubt of attack for crashing into batsman Jonny Bairstow.
A statement by Metropolitan Police:
“A guy has been arrested on doubt of attack following an episode at the Oval Cricket Ground on Friday, 3 September. He stays in guardianship at a south London police headquarters,” the Metropolitan Police said in articulation to British media.
The ECB said that any pitch intrusion was “totally inadmissible” in articulation to British media.
“The ECB and our host scenes don’t endure any such conduct which chances the security of players, authorities and staff,” the cricket body added.
“The ECB works intimately with every one of our settings to share data and improve their security activity.”
On day 2, India finished strong:
India is currently followed by 56 runs from England and will hopefully take the lead on Day 4 of the Test.