Modi catches a fleeting view of the India vs Eng test

Modi uploaded a photo of MA Chidambaram Stadium and tweeted he caught a fleeting view of the second day's game

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England are leading the four match test series 1-0

On a day when the England cricket team was bundled out for just 134 runs against India in Chennai, Prime Minister Narendra Modi seems to have got a bird’s eyeview of the interesting contest.

The Prime Minister was in the city to launch various government projects and lay the foundation stone for others.

On Twitter, he uploaded a picture of the MA Chidambaram stadium and said he caught a fleeting view of the second day’s game between the two teams.

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“Caught a fleeting view of an interesting test match in Chennai,” Modi tweeted.

On Sunday, off-spinner R Ashwin returned yet another five-wicket haul as India bundled out England for 134 to take a huge first innings lead of 195 on the second day of thesecond Test.

England are leading the four match test series 1-0 after winning the opening encounter here.


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