Bairstow was struck by the brilliant ball of Anrique Norkhia, the stump flew into the air

The first Test match of the three-Test series between South Africa and England is being played in London.

Bairstow could not open account

South African fast bowler Enrique Norkhia Known for his fast pace and accurate bowling. Be it IPL or international career, batsmen are seen falling prey to them everywhere. Where were the England batsmen also going to survive? The team’s star batsman Jonny Bairstow got bowled on the ball of Norkhia. The ball was also such that the one who saw it just kept watching.

England team scattered

The first test match between England and South Africa was played in London. Due to rain, only 32 overs were played on the first day in which England scored 116 runs for six wickets. Fast bowler Kagiso Rabada gave early shocks to England. As soon as Rabada came, he took away two wickets of England. Bairstow’s wicket was very important for the England team as he is in excellent form. However, not a single Baisto went in front of Norkhia. Norkhia did not even allow this explosive batsman to open the account.

Bairstow defeated at the speed of Norkhia

Norkhia was given the responsibility of doing the 16th. At that time England had lost 3 wickets at the score of 42 runs. Norkhia’s ball was not a yorker and Bairstow failed to read the line. He was defeated at the pace and the ball hit the middle stump. As soon as the ball hit, the stump flew into the air. He could not open his account even after playing five balls. The difficulties of the England team had increased from here. Norkhia took three for 43 while Rabada took two for 36. Norkhia also bowled wicket-keeper batsman Ben Fox (six).

England scored 116 runs on the first day

Lethal bowling from Enrique Norkhia and Kagiso Rabada razed England’s batting in South Africa on Wednesday in a rain-hit opening day of the first Test match. Ollie Pope has held one end and he is playing on 61 runs but he did not get any help from the other end. Stuart Broad was at the crease with them when the day’s play was announced, who are yet to open their account. South Africa won the toss and elected to field first and Rabada soon showed both the openers Alex Liege (five) and Jock Crowley (nine) on the way to the pavilion.