Indian bowlers put up strong performances in both innings of the fourth Test, with Umesh Yadav taking six wickets in the match, half-centuries from Rory Burns and Hasim Hameed in the second innings, captain Joe Root’s 36-run lead to give India a 2–1 lead. Got it. The fifth and final Test in Manchester from 10 September. India registered a stunning 157-run victory over England in the fourth Test at the Kennington Oval in London on the strength of their batting and bowling performances. With this, Virat Kohli’s team has taken a 2-1 lead in the five-match series. After a disappointing performance in the first innings, India batted brilliantly in the second innings and set a target of 368 runs against the hosts. In reply, England were all out for 210 on the fifth and final day of the match on Monday.
Strong performance of Indian batsmen and bowlers in the second innings
England won the toss and decided to bat first. However, in the first innings, Team India was all out for 191 runs. However, despite the brilliant bowling of the Indian bowlers, England managed to score 99 runs for the loss of 99 runs. In the second innings, India played a strong innings of 466 runs. In which Rohit Sharma scored 127, Cheteshwar Pujara scored 61, Rishabh Pant scored 50 and Shardul Thakur scored 60.
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Great start from Rory Burns and Haseeb Hameed
The opening pair of Rory Burns and Haseeb Hameed gave the team a great start in reply to the target of 368 runs. Both of them added 100 runs for the first wicket and added to India’s concern. Both the batsmen hit half-centuries. Rory Burns scored 50 runs in 125 balls with the help of 5 fours. While Hamid played an innings of 63 runs with the help of six fours. David Malan could only score three runs.
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A flurry of middle-order and lower-order batsmen of England
The match was in favor of England when Burns and Hamid were playing, but captain Joe Root tried to handle the situation after both the batsmen were dismissed. Root retained one end but was losing one wicket after the other at the opposite end. Joe Root scored 36 runs. While Ollie Pope scored two runs and took the pavilion. Jonny Bairstow and Moeen Ali also could not open the account. Chris Woakes contributed 18, Craig Overton and Ollie Robbins contributed 10-10.
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Indian bowlers performed brilliantly in both the innings. In the second innings, they were more lethal. For India, Umesh Yadav took three wickets for the fastest 60 runs. Jasprit Bumrah, Ravindra Jadeja and Shardul Thakur took two wickets each. Umesh Yadav also took three early wickets in the first innings. He took a total of six wickets in the match.
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