New Delhi: The first match of the Test series (IND vs ENG Test Series) between India and England will be played from August 4 at the Trent Bridge ground in Nottingham city. Team India would like to return to their winning streak after the defeat at the hands of New Zealand in the final of the ICC World Test Championship (ICC WTC Final).
India’s record at Trent Bridge
Team India has played 7 Test matches against England at Trent Bridge so far, in which India has won 2 times and lost 2 times, the remaining 3 matches have been drawn. Now it has to be seen which team will win this time.
When was India’s last Test at Trent Bridge?
Team India played its last match against England from 18 to 22 August at Trent Bridge. Thanks to the brilliant game of Virat Kohli and Hardik Pandya, India defeated the British by 203 runs.
England was ahead in the series
This was the third match of the IND vs ENG Test Series between India and England and the British were ahead 2-0. Winning the Trent Bridge Test was very important for Team India to stay in the series. Batting first, Indian openers KL Rahul (23) and Shikhar Dhawan (35) put on a 60-run partnership to ensure that the middle order did not face the new ball, otherwise James Anderson and Stuart Broad created havoc. Will give
Cheteshwar Pujara contributed only 14 runs. Then Virat Kohli (97) and Ajinkya Rahane (81) showed their flair and together they shared a partnership of 159 runs. In this way, India scored 329 runs in the first innings.
Hardik Pandya’s havoc
When England came to bat, Hardik Pandya broke the back of English batting by taking 5 wickets. Ishant Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah took 2-2 and Mohammed Shami took 1 wicket. The entire English team was reduced to just 161 runs in their first innings and thus India took a 168-run lead.
Team India continued their excellent batting in their second innings, Captain Virat Kohli won the hearts of every cricket fan with his brilliant batting, he scored 103 runs in 197 balls, Hardik Pandya in the last moments He made a brilliant unbeaten fifty (52) and then India declared the innings at 352/7.
India’s memorable win
England had a huge target of 521 runs, which they failed to achieve. On behalf of India, Jasprit Bumrah took 5 wickets and put water on the plans of the British. The entire English team was all out on the score of 317 runs and Team India won the match. Virat Kohli was awarded the ‘Man of the Match’ award for his brilliant batting in both the innings.