England ended day three of the fourth Test at Southampton at 260/8, and an overall lead of 233. After the hosts were in a spot of bother at 122/5, Jos Buttler came to the team's rescue and scored a crafty 69. He was ably supported by Sam Curran who is unbeaten on 37. Former India international Rohan Gavaskar feels that England's lower-order resistance comes as no surprise. They had done it in previous Tests too, to frustrate India. Additionally, he talked about Buttler, who is in the form of his life.
WATCH | England Lower-order Resistance Comes as No Surprise: Rohan Gavaskar
Cricketnext Staff | September 2, 2018, 12:59 AM IST