Sunday, October 1, 2023

    IND vs ENG 4th Test: India set 368-run target, Rory Burns and Hasib give England a solid start

    New Delhi. Team India has given England a target of 368 runs in the fourth Test of the series (IND vs ENG 4th Test). India scored a big 466 in their second innings, with opener Rohit Sharma scoring a century and Cheteshwar Pujara, Shardul Tagore and Ishav Pant scoring half-centuries. At the end of the day’s play, England chased the target without losing a wicket and scored 77 runs in 32 overs.

    Rory Burns and Hasib Hamid gave the hosts a good start. Both added 77 runs for the first wicket and England have 10 wickets left. At stumps, Burns was playing 31 and Hamid 43. Hamid hit 6 fours off 5 balls and Burns hit 2 fours off 10 balls in his restrained innings.

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    Earlier, Shardul appeared in a different style again and he played a great innings of runs0 runs. He hit 7 fours and 1 six in 722 balls. At the same time, wicketkeeper-batsman Pant faced 106 balls and scored 50 runs with the help of 4 fours. Both of them scored 100 runs for the seventh wicket. Shardul and Pant, however, returned to the pavilion with balls to spare. Shardul caught Joe Root with Overton, while Pant caught Maine Ali with his own ball.

    Jaspreet Bumrah and Umesh Yadav also did wonders with the bat and added runs for the ninth wicket. Chris Oakes caught Bumrah for 5050 by Ali. He runs 2 runs with the help of four fours. Umesh Yadav also played some spectacular shots. He hit 1-1 sixes over Chris Oakes and Maine Ali. Umesh returned to the pavilion as the last wicket with 25 runs for 23 wickets.

    For England, pacer Chris Oakes took 3 wickets and Robinson and Maine Ali took 2 wickets each. James Anderson, Craig Overton and Joe Root took 1-1 wickets. Earlier, pacer Oakes and spinner Maine Ali gave India three pushes in the morning session. By lunchtime, India were 329 for six in their second innings and took a 230-run lead. Oaks took 2 wickets in the morning and Maine took 1 wicket. India scored 191 in the first innings, in response to which England scored 290 and took a 99-run lead.

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    India started the fourth day with 270 runs for the loss of 3 wickets. In the first session of the day, India added 59 runs for the loss of 3 wickets. James Anderson and Oli Robinson bowled hard in the beginning. Rabindra Jadeja (1159 off 59 balls) Robinson and skipper Virat Kohli (44 off balls) tried to get Anderson back on track with a four with the help of a beautiful cover drive.

    Jadeja was out leg before Oaks caught the ball. In this over of Oaks, Ajinkya Rahane was also given a leg before but the decision in DRS went in India’s favor. Rahane couldn’t take advantage of this and when the umpire’s finger was pointed at the LBW application in the next over of the Oaks, the DRS didn’t have a chance either. Rahane also failed to open the scoring, which made his place in the XI look dangerous for the last Test match.

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    Kohli failed to complete his half-century and fell victim to spinner Maine Ali. The Indian captain took an easy catch on the slip while taking turns taking the ball. Virat contributed 44 runs in his innings with four fours. Earlier, Rohit Sharma scored 127 and Cheteshwar Pujara played a great innings of 61 runs. The duo put on a 153-run partnership for the second wicket and laid the foundation for a good score.

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