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  • India vs England clash in first test
  • Bumrah wreaks havoc against England on Day 4
  • India need 157 runs to win

Nottingham: The Indian team did well on the fourth day against England. India on Saturday bundled out England for 303 in the second innings and then made a fine start in the chase of 209 runs. India scored 52 runs in 14 overs till day’s play. Rohit Sharma and Cheteshwar Pujara were unbeaten on 12-12 at stumps. At the same time, opener KL Rahul became the victim of Stuart Broad on a personal score of 26 runs. Let us inform that in response to 183 of England’s first innings, India scored 278 runs. India had taken a lead of 95 runs on the basis of first innings.

Root scored a century for England

Captain Joe Root (109) scored the most runs for England in the second innings. Apart from them, Sam Curran (32), Jonny Bairstow (30), Dominic Sibley (28), Daniel Lawrence (25), Rory Burns (18), Jos Buttler (17) and Olly Robbins (15) contributed significantly. Jasprit Bumrah bowled brilliantly for India. He took 5 wickets for 64 runs. Mohammad Siraj and Shardul Thakur took two wickets each while Mohammed Shami got one wicket.

Rory Burns becomes victim of Siraj

England got the first blow in the form of Rory Burns. He scored 18 runs in 49 balls with 3 fours. Burns could only add 7 runs to his innings on the fourth day. He was made his victim by fast bowler Mohammad Siraj in the 16th over. He was caught behind the wicket in the hands of Rishabh Pant in an attempt to stop him. He shared a 37-run partnership with Dominic Sibley for the first wicket.

Jack Crowley was dismissed cheaply

England had high hopes from Jack Crowley, who came to bat after Burns, but he lost his wicket in cheap. Crowley could score 6 runs off 7 balls. He scored a boundary during this. Jasprit Bumrah showed him the way to the pavilion in the 17th over. Crowley dodged the ball that came quickly inside and the ball took the outer edge of the bat and got caught in Pant’s glove.

Dominic Sibley scored 28 runs

England’s third wicket fell as Dominic Sibley. Opener Sibley did not play a big innings but he supported Joe Root well. He scored 28 runs in 133 balls with the help of 2 fours. He shared some 89 runs with Root for the third wicket. Sibley was caught by Bumrah in the 46th over at the hands of wicketkeeper Pant. He returned to the pavilion with a total score of 135.

Bairstow is dismissed by Siraj.

Jonny Bairstow, who came out to bat after the dismissal of Sibley, played an innings of 30 runs. He faced 50 balls and hit 4 fours. He was dismissed by Mohammad Siraj in the 58th over. Bairstow wanted to hit a big shot but Ravindra Jadeja caught it at deep square leg. His wicket fell on the total score of 177. He added 42 runs for the fourth wicket with Root.

Lawrence was hunted by Shardul

England got the fifth blow in the form of Daniel Lawrence. Lawrence scored 25 runs in 32 balls. He hit 4 fours in his innings. He was sent lbw in the 65th over by Shardul Thakur. Lawrence missed on an attempt to play straight. Shardul appealed, on which the umpire raised his finger. However, Lawrence seemed to agree with the decision and took a review, to no avail. His wicket fell on a total score of 211. He shared a 34-run partnership with Root.

Jos Buttler did not bat

Wicket-keeper batsman Jos Buttler could not bat anything special. While Butler was dismissed for zero in the first innings, he could only score 17 runs in the second innings. He hit 3 fours in his innings of 22 balls. Butler was sent to the pavilion by Shardul Thakur. He was completely gutted on the second ball of the 71st over and got bowled. He thought that the ball would pass close to the off-stump but it did not happen.

Joe Root hits 21st Test century

England got the seventh blow in the form of captain Joe Root. Root scored runs for the team in difficult conditions. He played an innings of 109 runs in 172 balls with 14 fours. This is the 21st century of his Test career. However, he did not last long after scoring a century and became a victim of Jasprit Bumrah in the 81st over. He gave a catch to wicketkeeper Pant. His wicket fell on a total score of 274. When Root came out to play, the England team was struggling after losing two wickets for 46 runs.

Bumrah took two wickets in one side

Bumrah took two wickets for England in the 85th over. He dismissed Sam Curran on the first ball of the over and Stuard Broad on the second ball. Karan played an innings of 32 runs in 45 balls with 4 fours. He caught Siraj. Broad, on the other hand, was bowled for zero. Both returned to the pavilion on a total score of 295. England’s last wicket fell in the form of Ollie Robinson. Shami gets Robinson caught by Rahane. He scored 15 runs in 12 balls.

Rahul and Jadeja’s bat

Indian opener KL Rahul batted intelligently in the first innings and scored 84 runs in 214 balls which included 12 fours. Jadeja again displayed his batting prowess, scoring 56 off 86 balls with the help of eight fours and a six. The two shared a 60-run partnership for the sixth wicket. India’s last three batsmen added 48 crucial runs with Jasprit Bumrah contributing 28 runs which included three fours and a six. Fast bowler Olly Robinson (5 for 85), playing his second Test, took five wickets in the innings for the first time in his career by dismissing Bumrah. Experienced James Anderson took four wickets for 54 runs.

Pant scored 25 runs in 20 balls

India started the third day at 125 for four in the morning and added 66 runs for the loss of Rishabh Pant (25 off 20 balls) in the rain-hit first session. Due to rain, only 11 balls could be bowled in the first 95 minutes. When the game resumed, Pant instead of bowing down on Robinson’s bouncer, sent him for six runs over the wicketkeeper, but on the extra bounce of the next ball, he took a simple catch at short cover. Rahul batted carefully but Jadeja played in his natural style. He meanwhile completed 2000 runs in Test cricket.

India’s record against England

England has been dominating against India in Tests. The two teams have met 126 times in Tests, with England winning 48 matches. Indian team got success in 26 matches. Apart from this, 49 Tests between both the teams were left in the draw. At the same time, India’s record has been very disappointing when it comes to Tests played on England’s soil. India has played a total of 62 Tests in England and has won only 7 matches. England, on the other hand, tasted victory in 34 matches. 21 Tests were drawn.

India-England playing XI

India: Virat Kohli (capt), Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant (wk), Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Mohammed Siraj and Shardul Thakur.

England: Joe Root (captain), Rory Burns, Dominic Sibley, Jack Crowley, Jonny Bairstow, Daniel Lawrence, Jos Buttler, Sam Curran, Ollie Robinson, Stuart Broad, James Anderson.

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