London: Team India has trampled England by 157 runs in the fourth test match played at the Oval and registered a historic victory, which will be discussed for a long time. With this win, India took an unassailable 2-1 lead in the five-match Test series. Now if the fifth and last Test match to be held in Manchester is also drawn, then India will win the series. Before the fifth test match, there is a bad news for Team India.
Suspense on playing these 2 star players
There is suspense on the playing of two star players of Team India, Rohit Sharma and Cheteshwar Pujara in the fifth test match. Rohit Sharma and Cheteshwar Pujara were injured during the fourth test match against England. Star opener Rohit Sharma, who scored a century in the fourth Test against England, suffered a knee injury. Apart from Rohit Sharma, Cheteshwar Pujara has an ankle injury. However, BCCI has not made any formal announcement yet.
Rohit and Pujara’s partnership did amazing
Rohit Sharma (127) and Cheteshwar Pujara (61) put on a 153-run partnership in the second innings against England in the Oval Test, helping India score 466 runs. During this innings, Pujara’s ankle was twisted and during his innings he had to play with a bandage.
BCCI gave this update
During the batting in the second innings against England, Rohit Sharma also injured his knee. The BCCI then said, ‘Rohit Sharma and Cheteshwar Pujara did not come out to field in the second innings of England. There is pain in Rohit’s left knee and Pujara’s left ankle. The BCCI medical team is assessing him.
Mayank Agarwal gets chance in place of Rohit
If Rohit Sharma does not play the last Test match, then Mayank Agarwal can be included in his place. Mayank Agarwal last got a chance to play in the Brisbane Test. Mayank Agarwal did not play even in the first three Test matches against England, but he can get a chance in the last Test match. Mayank Agarwal has more than 1000 runs in his name in Tests and his average is also 45.73. Mayank Agarwal has so far scored 1052 runs in 14 Test matches for India at an average of 46. He has scored three centuries and four half-centuries in 23 innings. Mayank Agarwal’s average on home grounds is more dangerous than Australia’s legendary batsman Don Bradman. Agarwal has played innings of 215, 108 and 243 runs on Indian cricket.
Hanuma Vihari replaced Pujara
If Pujara does not play the last Test match, then Hanuma Vihari can be included in his place. Team India’s reliable batsman Hanuma Vihari is often in and out of the team’s playing XI. 27-year-old Hanuma Vihari has scored 624 runs in 12 Test matches at an average of 32.84.