WATCH: James Anderson dismisses Virat Kohli with a peach delivery to complete his revenge

Team India are off to a horrible start in the third test match of the ongoing series against England. The heroics of England’s legendary pacer James Anderson has totally dismantled the Indian top-order and Rohit Sharma remained the only batsman who has been able to survive on the pitch to give hopes to the Indian fans around the world. However, the Hitman too fell down after facing over a hundred deliveries.

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Indian opener KL Rahul, who was the hero of India’s win over England in the Lord’s Test (The second test match), departed for a duck courtesy of James Anderson’s brilliance. The Pacer was quick to add another wicket to his tally by sending India’s in-at-3 Cheteshwar Pujara off. It was then that he got the big fish in Indian skipper Virat Kohli.

The rivalry between Virat Kohli and James Anderson has always been legendary and so far in the test series, Anderson has clearly outwitted the Indian captain on every single encounter. However, when it comes to mind games, Virat Kohli has simply been better. Even in the last match, Virat Kohli was found sledging the English legend when he was batting in the second innings. James Anderson has finally got his revenge.

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The delivery of James Anderson that dismissed Virat Kohli was a treat to the eyes. An in-swinging delivery that fell at the off-stump was completely misjudged by Virat Kohli who nicked the ball with the inside of his bat only to be caught behind by The England keeper Jos Buttler.

Team India are in grave trouble right now with 8 of their wickets already gone. The visitors will probably be all-out in the first session, a shameful display by the India XI.

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