England’s Ollie Pope reverse sweeps critics and India spinners to give England hope of miracle in Hyderabad

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Ollie Pope’s unbeaten 148 has given England hope to breathe new life in the first Test against India. Pope has struggled in the past against India’s spinners but his incredible innings was filled with shots that left everyone in awe. The 26-year-old, whose batting style has been compared by Sachin Tendulkar to Ian Bell, showcased his incredible versatility and creativity in the middle to combat the Indian bowlers.

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Pope’s innings was not built around conventional shots. Instead, he used the reverse sweep as his main weapon, driving India’s accomplished three-pronged spin attack to distraction. The reverse sweep has become commonplace in Test cricket but few have played it with as much authority as Pope did in front of mesmerized fans in Hyderabad.

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Before this innings, Pope had struggled against India, having crossed the 50-run mark only once in 16 innings. His uncertain footwork was exploited by Ravindra Jadeja and R Ashwin in the past, leading to skepticism from experts. However, Pope answered his critics with a masterful performance.

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His innings, which lasted over four and a half hours, was filled with an array of shots, including sumptuous cover-drives, whips through mid-wicket, and the no-look reverse ramp over the wicketkeeper. Pope’s brilliance with the bat not only helped England gain a foothold in the match but also brought them back from the brink of defeat.

Pope found an able ally in Ben Foakes, as the duo forged England’s first century stand of the match, giving the visitors much-needed momentum. Despite a hiccup when he came close to losing his wicket on 110, Pope’s resolve and confidence were unwavering. His innings has breathed new life into the first Test and has given England a glimmer of hope.

After receiving multiple criticisms and doubts about his performance against India, Pope’s resilience and sublime innings have turned the tables, setting the stage for a thrilling finale in Hyderabad.

News Highlight :

– Ollie Pope received a compliment from Sachin Tendulkar comparing him to Ian Bell
– Pope had a successful inning during England’s match against India in Hyderabad
– Pope effectively used the reverse sweep technique
– Pope has struggled against India in the past, but had a successful match this time, scoring an unbeaten 148
– Pope’s partnership with Ben Foakes was crucial for England’s success
– Pope made effective use of the reverse sweep technique and scored 17 fours
– Pope was successful in holding his ground and contributing to England’s win, despite previous doubts about his performance against India


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