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  • India won the fifth heart
  • India had given a target of 272 runs.

London: India defeated England in the second test. India blew up England in the match played at the historic Lord’s ground and won by 151 runs. With this stunning win, India have taken a 1-0 lead in the five-Test series. India had set a target of 272 runs on Monday, in response to which England were reduced to 120 runs in 51.5 overs. Captain Joe Root (33) scored the most runs for England. At the same time, for India, Mohammad Siraj took four, Jasprit Bumrah three, Ishant Sharma two while Mohammed Shami took one wicket.

Earlier in the morning, India started the game ahead of 181 runs for six wickets and lost two wickets early. After this Mohammed Shami (56 not out) and Jasprit Bumrah (34 not out) took the lead and brought India to a strong position. Both shared an unbroken partnership of 89 runs for the ninth wicket. India declared their second innings at 298 for 8 on the fifth day. Let us inform that India scored 364 and England 391 in their first innings. England had a 27-run lead in the first innings.

England’s disappointing start

Chasing the target, England made a very disappointing start. Openers Rory Burns and Dom Sibley returned to the pavilion without opening an account. Burns was made his victim in the first over by Jasprit Bumrah. Burns wanted to play a back off length ball to the leg side but was caught by Mohammad Siraj towards mid off. At the same time, Sibley was dismissed by Mohammed Shami in the second over. Sibley was looking to play a defensive shot but the ball took the edge of the bat and caught it in the gloves of wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant.

Haseeb-Bairstow did not bat

England got the third blow in the form of Haseeb Aham. Hasin’s bat, who was dismissed on Shanyu in the first innings, did not play again. He could only score 9 runs in 45 balls. He was lbw in the 16th over by fast bowler Ishant Sharma. He shared a 43-run partnership with Joe Root for the third wicket. After this, Ishant sent Jonny Bairstow to the pavilion by lbw in the 22nd over. He wanted to defend but was beaten by the swing and the ball hit the pads. Bairstow scored just 2 runs from 24 balls. He scored a half-century in the first innings.

Captain Root could not play a big innings

England’s fifth wicket fell as captain Joe Root. Root could not play a big innings. He lost his wicket after scoring 33 runs in 60 balls. He hit 5 fours during this. Root became the victim of Jasprit Bumrah in the 23rd over. He gave a catch to Virat Kohli in the course of playing a defensive shot on the back off length ball on the off-stump. He returned to the pavilion with a total score of 67. Root is in great form these days. He scored an unbeaten 180 in the first innings of the Lord’s Test. Apart from this, he scored a half-century and then a century in the first Test.

England lost 5 wickets adding 53 runs

After the departure of Root, England lost their wickets adding 53 runs. Mohammad Siraj gave England two blows in the 39th over. He sent Moeen Ali (13 off 42 balls) to the pavilion on the first ball of the over and Sam Curran (nil) on the second ball. Jos Buttler (25 in 96 balls) and Ollie Robinson (9 in 35 balls) then added 30 runs for the eight wickets. Robinson was lbw by Jasprit Bumrah in the 51st over. Butler was caught by Siraj in the 52nd over at the hands of Pant behind the wicket. Siraj dismissed James Anderson (nil) to bundle out England’s innings for 120. At the same time, Mark Wood remained unbeaten without opening an account.

Pujara-Rahane scored runs

Cheteshwar Pujara (45) and Ajinkya Rahane (61) returned to form in the second innings on the fourth day and handled India with early blows, but England took three wickets in the last session and consolidated their position on the fourth day of the second cricket Test. Earlier, England pacer Mark Wood had cheaply sent both the in-form India openers – KL Rahul (5) and Rohit Sharma (21) to the pavilion while Virat Kohli (20) could not even play a big innings. Sam Curran dismissed Kohli. India lost three wickets for 56 runs.

In the second session, Rahane and Pujara did not allow India to lose any wickets. Both shared a 100-run partnership for the fourth wicket. Struggling with poor form, Rahane and Pujara batted on a tough pitch with great restraint. The match again came under the grip of England after both of them were dismissed one after the other in the last session. Pujara was dismissed by Wood on a very dangerous delivery while Rahane was caught behind the wicket by Moeen Ali. Three overs later, Ali also added to India’s troubles by sending Ravindra Jadeja (3) to the pavilion.

Pant-Ishant got out cheaply

India’s seventh wicket fell in the form of wicket-keeper batting Rishabh Pant. Pant remained unbeaten on 14 4 runs on Sunday, the next heart could not do anything special. He became the victim of Ollie Robins on the fifth day adding just 6 runs in his innings. He caught Butler behind the wicket for a defensive shot in the 86th over. He scored 22 runs in 46 balls with 1 four. He returned to the pavilion with a total score of 195. Robins then lbw Ishant Sharma in the 90th over. Ishant scored 16 runs in 24 balls. He hit 2 fours. His wicket fell on the total score of 209.

Who has the upper hand in India-England

England has had the upper hand against India in Tests. The two teams have collided 128 times in Tests, with England winning 48 matches. Indian team got success in 27 matches. Apart from this, 50 Tests of both the teams were drawn. 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 64 Tests in England and has won only 8 matches. England, on the other hand, has won 34 matches. 22 Tests ended in a draw.

India-England playing XI

India: Virat Kohli (Captain), Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant (WK), Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Siraj.

England: Joe Root (c), Rory Burns, Dom Sibley, Haseeb Ahmed, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler (wk), Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Olly Robinson, Mark Wood, James Anderson.

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