IND vs ENG: Shardul-Pant set class for English bowlers, century partnership for 7th wicket

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New Delhi: A 5-match test series is being played between Team India and England. In the first innings of the fourth match, where the Indian batsmen appeared flop, in the second innings, the players did wonders. After Rohit’s century and Pujara’s half-century, the team came into a strong position. After which the wickets started falling slowly, but only then Shardul Thakur and Rishabh Pant took the lead.

Shardul and Pant did amazing

Team India gave a target of 387 runs to England. In the second innings, the Indian team performed amazingly and scored 466 runs. In this, as much as Rohit and Pujara’s hand is of Shardul and Pant. These two young players came at the right time and took over Team India.

Shardul played a brilliant innings of 60 runs in 72 balls with the help of 7 fours and 1 six. At the same time, Pant faced 106 balls and scored 50 runs with the help of 4 fours. Both these players also shared a 100-run partnership for the 7th wicket. Shardul and Pant, however, returned to the pavilion within a gap of 4 balls.

Team India achieved a lead of 387 runs

On the fourth day of the test match, India lost two wickets in a hurry. First Ravindra Jadeja 17 and then Ajinkya Rahane became the victim of Chris Woakes without opening the account. After this, now the captain of the team Virat Kohli also became the victim of Moeen Ali by scoring 44 runs. Shardul Thakur scored 60 runs while Pant scored 50 runs. Due to which Team India took a lead of 387 runs. England has started the innings. Now the Indian bowlers will have to do wonders on the fifth day of the Test.

1-1 draw series

The 5-match series between Team India and England is currently tied at 1-1. The first match of this series was a draw due to rain. After which India defeated England in the second Test played at Lord’s. However, in the third Test, England returned and won the match in a one-sided fashion and the series was tied at 1-1. Now both the teams will try to take the lead in the fourth Test.

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