ENGvsIND: Jarvo69 Bowling in Oval Test after getting banned from Headingley

Jarvo69 Bowling in Oval Test: Once again, usual pitch invader in the ongoing England vs India test series, Jarvo69 steps into the field, this time as a bowler at Oval during the fourth test match. Self-proclaimed India’s first white cricketer, Jarvo69 made his third appearance in the fourth test match.

The incident happened during the 34th over of England’s innings on day two of the Oval Test. The infamous prankster stepped came running down as a bowler and ended up banging Jonny Bairstow who was at the non-striker. 

The match was halted for a few minutes following the interruptions from the prankster Daniel Jarvis. However, he was pushed out of the ground soon by security officers at Kennington Oval.

It is noteworthy that Jarvo first bagged the limelight during India vs England Lord’s test match where he was seen wearing an Indian jersey. The fans loved the prank from him and cheered for him. 


Jarvo69 again invaded the ground in the Headingley Test match as an Indian batter equipped with the bat, pat and helmet. He was seen stepping into the ground after the dismissal of Rohit Sharma in the third test match.

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The Yorkshire County Cricket Club banned Daniel Jarvis for a lifetime to enter the Headingley Cricket Ground. 

England Score in the fourth test match:

In the meantime, England has managed to escape and mini-collapse owing to Ollie Pope’s brilliant partnership with Jonny Bairstow. The two stitched a partnership of around 100 runs to bring England back on the track. 

Jonny Bairstow (37 runs) was soon dismissed by pacer Mohammad Siraj. While Ollie Pope continued to bat. The cricketer completed his half-century and is still going strong with Moeen Ali, who accompanied Pope after the dismissal of Bairstow.

As of now, England is 209 in the loss of six wickets with Moeen Ali (26*) and Ollie Pope (69*) at the middle. The lead has been extended to 18 runs by the Englishmen.

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