An Indian who played in 4th Ashes 2015 Test for England against Australia at Trent Bridge

The Ashes 2015 saw two Indians making appearances at Trent Bridge in Nottingham.

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A TV screenshot of Anuj Dar.
A TV screenshot of Anuj Dal.

There is certainly not a huge interest among the Indian fans in the ongoing Ashes 2015 between England and Australia, as the fans are enjoying a good break that they have got from watching and following cricket. Both England and Australia have played some really interesting cricket — there have been amazing highs and pathetic lows for both the teams in the Ashes 2015. But their on-field exploits have largely remained unattractive for the Indian cricket fans. Talking about the Indian team, it was last seen in action in a not-so-interesting Zimbabwe tour, and the fans generally gave it a miss after a disappointing tour of Bangladesh, wherein India lost everything, including some pride. ALSO READ: Live Cricket Score England vs Australia, The Ashes 2015, 4th Test, Day 2

The Ashes 2015 has not garnered much interest in the Indian cricket fans, who are slowly getting ready to once again roll out their support to the national cricket team. The team has arrived in Sri Lanka for yet another humdrum series in the island nation. India and Sri Lanka, after all, have played so many times in the past decade that even though they have no cricket in between them for the next 10 years, no one will mind. Live Cricket Scores and updates of England vs Australia 4th Ashes 2015 Test at Trent Bridge, Day 2 here

Anyway, let us not get distracted. The Ashes 2015 saw two Indians making appearances at Trent Bridge in Nottingham. While S Ravi partnered with Aleem Dar as the second umpire on the field, a player of Indian origin, Anuj Dal made his appearance as the 12th man for England when all-rounder Ben Stokes hobbled out of the field due to a niggle.

Anuj Dal, plays for the second XI of Nottinghamshire, on whose homeground the fourth Test is being played. He is 19-years-old, and this seems to be his first season in cricket.


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