IND vs ENG: BCCI gives bad news amid India-England Test series, death of that special person – India TV Hindi

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This particular person died during the Ranchi Test.

India vs England 4th Test: The fourth match of the 5-Test series between India and England is being played in Ranchi. The two teams are facing each other at the Jharkhand State Cricket Association International Cricket Stadium. 2 days of play have been completed in this match. But there was a bad news on the second day of the match, about which the BCCI made a post on social media.

This particular person died during the Ranchi Test.

On the second day of the Ranchi Test match, the BCCI production team was seen wearing black armbands and now the reason behind it has come to light. Sports cameraman Kamalanadimuthu Thiruvalluvan has passed away. He was part of the Indian cricket broadcasting community for a long time. He died on Friday. We tell you, the opening ceremony of the Women’s Premier League was also attended by cameraman Kamalanademuthu Thiruvalluvan. During this time he covered the match between Mumbai Indians and Delhi Capitals.

BCCI expressed deep condolences.

Cameraman Kamalanadimuthu Thiruvalvan was fondly called Theru. BCCI shared a video on social media to announce Thiru’s death. In this video, the production team of BCCI was seen wearing black bands. Along with the video, the BCCI wrote that the BCCI production team wore black bands in memory of Thero, who died on February 23. Our condolences to his near and dear ones and BCCI’s condolences to his family.

The England team is in a strong position.

In response to England’s 353 runs in the first innings, India scored 219 runs for seven wickets at stumps on the second day of the fourth Test match. Wicketkeeper Dhruv Jaril is playing with 30 and Kuldeep Yadav with 17 runs. India are currently 134 runs behind England. In this case, the third quarter of the game is going to be very important for Team India. At the same time, off-spinner Shoaib Bashir took four wickets for 84 runs from England, while Tom Hartley took two wickets for 47 runs. Earlier, the highlight of England’s innings was Joe Root’s century. He remained not out after scoring 122 runs. For India, Ravindra Jadeja took four wickets for 67 runs.

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