Sachin Tendulkar unhappy at Nigel Llong’s decision but Shane Shillingford’s spell floors India on Day 2 of 1st Test; score 83/5

Sachin Tendulkar was out leg-before to Shane Shillingford for 10 runs © Getty Images (File Photo)

Nov 6, 2013
Sachin Tendulkar made a long walk back to the pavilion after being dismissed leg-before by Shane Shillingford on Day Two of first Test between India and West Indies at Eden Gardens on Thursday. However, Tendulkar showed a hint of disappointment on Umpire Nigel Llong’s decision as the ball had hit him high on the back leg. In the meanwhile Shillingford bagged one more wicket sending back Virat Kohli for just three runs. India are 83 for five.
The side-on replays of Tendulkar’s dismissal showed that the ball got a bit of bounce and hit him above the knee roll on the back leg.
There is no doubt that Shillingford has turned out to be Darren Sammy’s trump card. Starting with the off-spinner on Thursday morning, he picked the wickets of Shikhar Dhawan, Murali Vijay, Virat Kohli and Tendulkar.
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