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    Ind vs Eng: BCCI President Ganguly jumps for joy after giving England big target, says – no one can lose


    New Delhi. Led by Virat Kohli, Team India has not only returned to the Oval Test, but also raised hopes of victory. Team India, which came down to 199 in the first innings, gave the hosts a target of 368 in the second innings on the basis of half-centuries by Rohit Sharma, Cheteshwar Pujara, Habshav Pant and Shardul Tagore. England were 77 for no loss at the end of the fourth day’s play.
    BCCI president and former captain Sourav Ganguly was overjoyed to see India batting. After raising hopes of India’s victory in the fourth Test, Ganguly said no one would lose. He tweeted that cricket is his best, no one can lose a well-fought Test series. Once in Australia and now these 6 are the most effective forms of cricket.

    On the third and fourth day, the Indian batsmen dominated
    Rohit Sharma played an innings of 127 runs. After that, Pujara also batted and he scored 1 run. After Puja, Pant hit 50 off 106 balls on the fourth day. Shardul again appeared in a different style and he played a great innings of 60 runs.

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    He hit 7 fours and 1 six in 722 balls. Shardul and Pant, however, returned to the pavilion with balls to spare. Jaspreet Bumrah and Umesh Yadav also did wonders with the bat and added runs for the ninth wicket. He runs 2 runs with the help of four fours. Umesh Yadav also played some spectacular shots. He made 25 off 23 balls.

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