India vs England 1st Test: The Indian team scored 39 runs for one wicket chasing a target of 420 runs till the end of the game on the fourth day of the first test match released at the MA Chidambaram Stadium. India still needs 381 runs to win. On the fifth day, he will have at least 90 overs. Cheteshwar Pujara remained unbeaten on 12 and Shubman Gill 15 runs till the end of the day’s play.
Pujara has faced 23 balls and hit a four, while Gill has hit three fours in 35 balls. India faced a total of 13 overs in the last quarter of the fourth day. During this, he lost the wicket of Rohit Sharma (12). Rohit was bowled by Jack Leach. At that time India’s score was 25 runs.
Earlier, on the basis of the excellent bowling of Ravichandran Ashwin (six wickets for 61 runs), India bowled England for 178 runs in the second innings. In the second innings for England, Captain Joe Root scored the highest 40 runs.
England had scored 578 runs in their first innings while they were all out for 337 in their first innings to take a lead of 241 runs and now they set a target of 420 runs in front of India to win this match. is.
In the second innings for England, Captain Joe Root scored the highest 40 runs. Ollie Pope scored 28, Dom Bais 25 and Daniel Lawrence scored 18 runs. R Ashwin took the maximum six wickets for India. Apart from this, Shahbaz Nadeem took two wickets and Ishant and Bumrah took one wicket each.
Ashwin did wonders
England looked to be scoring a big score at one time, but Ashwin dashed his plans. When Root and Pope were batting, it seemed as if England would easily take a lead of over 450 runs, but Ashwin destroyed England’s hopes by taking wickets at regular intervals.
Ashwin hunted Rory Burns, Domnik Sibley, Ben Stokes, Dom Bais, Joffra Archer and James Anderson. In this way, Ashwin took five or more wickets for the 28th time in an innings of the Test. With this, he became the eighth bowler in the world to take the highest number of five wickets in an innings of a Test.
India will now have to score 381 runs on the final day to win. Today he batted 13 overs. There will be a 90-over game tomorrow. In this case, all three results of this test can be obtained. From here India and England, anyone can register a win. Also, there are full expectations of the draw.
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