Eng vs Ind Match Report:
After beating England in the 5 test match series team, India has now broken the pride of the English team by winning the test match after 50 years at the Oval ground. The Indian team has defeated England by 57 runs in the 4th test match. With this victory, team India has now taken a lead of 2-1. While chasing the target given by team India, the English batsmen were all out in 210 runs only in their second innings. The Indian bowlers have broken the backbone of the top-order batsman of England in the 4th test match. At the same time, Shardul Thakur has now again proved that he is the hero of the Indian team because he has taken three wickets of the English team and also scored a half-century while batting.
Team India took a 2-1 lead in the test match of the five test matches series against England. After opener Rohit Sharma’s century at the Oval ground, the Indian fast bowlers won the match with their amazing performance.
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England’s fall of wickets from top to bottom
On the last day of India vs England test match, the openers of the team, Rory burns, and Haseeb Hameed given the team a good start and took the team to 100 runs score without any loss. Apart from this, Rory burns also hit a half-century against India. However, the Indian bowlers did not let the English team add more runs without the wicket fall. Shardul Thakur, who hit the half-century while batting, has ended the English opener innings.
This is how team England lost their first wicket at the hands of Shardul Thakur. While batting at Number 3, David Malan also tried to establish a good partnership with Haseeb Hameed; however, he was also out due to miss-coordination. After the second wicket captain, Joe Root has come to bat at number 4. However, before root and Hameed good build a strong partnership Ravindra Jadeja Haseeb Hameed (63) wicket.
Bumrah’s Yorker balls and his 100th Test wicket
After half Haseeb Hameed, Ollie Pope came to the crease at number 5. However, Jasprit Bumrah did not let him reach even at two digits. With this wicket, team India’s star bowler Jaspreet Bumrah also completed his 100th in the test matches.
Apart from Ollie Pope, Bumrah took Jonny Bairstow’s wicket and made him return to the pavilion without even opening his account with his brilliant Yorker. Ravindra Jadeja was also bowling from the other end, and he took the wicket of Moeen Ali. Moeen Ali also could not open his account and returned to the pavilion at zero.
After the frequent dismissals of the top order captain Joe Root and Chris Woakes while trying to stay on the crease for a while. However, Shardul Thakur Toke Joe Root’s wicket and sent him to the pavilion after scoring just 36 runs. Before the tea break, Chris Woakes also gave his catch to KL Rahul of Umesh Yadav ball. At last, Umesh Yadav has ended team England inning in the form of James Anderson, who was caught by Rishabh pant.
So this was the match summary of the fourth Test between India and England. Let’s take a look at the five big reasons for team India’s victory.
Rohit Sharma’s brilliant century in Eng vs Ind fourth Test.
Rohit’s innings is one of the big reasons for the victory of team India over England in the 4th test match. Due to the big innings by Rohit Sharma, team India could stand with a big score against England.
Bowling and batting by Shardul Thakur in Eng vs Ind Test Match
In the script of the Indian teams’ victory, the name of Shardul Thakur is also included. He not only took three wickets of the England team’s top batsman but also scored 57 runs in 36 balls.
Magical spell by Bumrah on the flat pitch
The oval pitch is completely flat. Team England’s top order somehow managed to put 50 plus runs on the scoreboard, but Jaspreet Bumrah delivered an amazing Yorker, which was favorable to the batsman. Jaspreet took a total of 4 wickets in the 4th test match.
Pujara and Umesh Yadav’s come back
Umesh Yadav and Cheteshwar Pujara made a great contribution to the Indian team’s victory. Pujara scored 61 runs in his second innings. At the same time, Umesh Yadav took a total of 6 wickets in the 4th test match, including the captain Joe Root.
Captain Virat Kohli’s contribution with his batting in Eng vs Ind 4th Test Match
Apart from the top order batting and the brilliant bowling by Indian pacers, captain Virat Kohli also so is called 50 runs in his first innings and then 44 runs in his second innings. In addition, Virat Kohli has shown his great captaincy, which led team India to the historic victory.
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