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India V/s England: India Win 4th test series Against England, India Won by 157 Runs


  • India wins the 4th test series against England.
  • India Team took the lead in 2-1 innings in 5 test series.
  • Bumrah took the 5 wickets in 146 runs against England.
  • Rohit Sharma became the man of the match in this test series.

INDIA V/S ENGLAND TEST SERIES: In the fourth Test played, the India team won by 157 runs. Team India took the lead in 2-1 innings in 5 test series. India has won just 2 test matches at the Oval up until this point. They Defeated England by 4 wickets, 50 years after which India won the Test at this ground. The first match of this series finished in a draw, after which India won the second match by 151 runs, while the third game was won by England by an innings by 76 runs. Presently the last match of the series will be played in Manchester from 10 September.

Rohit Sharma and Shardul Thakur were the stars of India’s victory, however, credit likewise goes to every one of the bowlers who bundled out England for 210 in the second innings in the Test Match.

Haseeb Hameed was the greatest survivor of this Indian hostility – as he resembled the half-batsman who scored 85 on the fourth day, and carried temporary energy to England’s batting. Britain scored 32 for 1 of every 14 overs in the first hour and made only 22/1 out of 13 overs after drinks toward the beginning of the day session, of which Hameed confronted 51 balls. Dawood Malan became blow-back pressing by means of a pointless runout.

Bumrah gave a major hit to England by excusing Jonny Bairstow. The hosts have lost their 5 wickets for 146 runs. India Team now needs 5 wickets to win. Bumrah clean bowled Bato. Bairstow couldn’t open the record in the wake of playing 4 balls.

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Allow us to inform you that India had scored 191 runs in the first innings, in light of which England scored 290 runs and took a 99-run lead. This was trailed by a century by Rohit Sharma, while half-hundreds of years from Cheteshwar Pujara, Rishabh Pant and Shardul Thakur helped Team India score 466 runs in the second innings, setting England an objective of 368 runs to win.

Gaurav Agarwal
Gaurav Agarwal
Gaurav Agarwal is a content writer who has a keen interest in sports, fashion, and lifestyle. He is a post-graduate in Economics and loves to listen to classic old Hindi songs and travel to new places in his leisure time.


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