IND vs ENG: IND Won The 4th Test By 157 Runs To Take 2-1 Lead

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India vs England 4th Test 2021 Winner
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The equation heading into the 4th Test’s last day at The Oval seemed to be with 291 runs: 10 wickets: 90 overs. The England opening batsmen had performed well to defend for 77 runs after 32 overs, hammering away at the 368-run mark. All 3 outcomes were probable, and the big crowd was anticipating a dramatic conclusion. The Indian bowlers, on the other hand, succeeded in turning into the sluggish pitch in the 2nd session. Here is India vs England 4th Test 2021 Winner.

India vs England 4th Test 2021 Winner

Despite surrendering a 99-run lead in the 1st innings, Jasprit Bumrah, Shardul Thakur, and Umesh Yadav escalated, whereas Ravindra Jadeja excelled in regularly pitching the ball into the tough spot as India secured another memorable victory from behind.

Rory Burns and Haseeb Hameed had resumed where they had left on the 4th day. Both of their defenses appeared to be very strong. India began with Umesh Yadav and Jasprit Bumrah, but they were unsuccessful. In the meantime, Burns reached his well-deserved half-century. For the visitors, things were beginning to seem bad. However, Shardul Thakur has become comfortable with making things just happen.

Despite attempting to generate an edge, he stepped on to bowl and attacked in his 1st over to Burns which was successful. It was a fantastic performance, and the comeback helped India to put more pressure on the opponents. It worked for the visitors when Dawid Malan and Hameed miscalculated a single, resulting in the former getting run-out.

At halftime, England was just 2-wickets down and would have considered their prospects on trying to keep up. In the 1st over of the post-lunch session, Joe Root also hit a couple of decent shots. Jadeja, on the other hand, got down Hameed’s defenses in the tough time.

Team India didn’t take a long spell to shut up the whole thing

Bumrah bowled a furious unforgettable session while Jadeja exploited the rough areas to drop the hosts from 141/2 to 147/6. Bumrah targeted stumps, producing reverse swing to unsettle Ollie Pope and Jonny Bairstow’s stand, not to mention a stunning yorker to that as well. Another fearless Jadeja knocked out Moeen Ali after scooping up Hameed’s wicket.

England were instantly down and out of the match, and Root was watching helplessly from the other side. Although Chris Woakes putting India back for the next hour, he battled for his team once again, scoring 36 runs.

Shardul Thakur came forward with the ball and knocked with his first delivery, returning the England captain’s valuable wicket. This became the crucial moment for Team India and it didn’t take long to shut up the whole thing following Tea. For a while, the tail started waving, but their batters had given them plenty of overs to rescue the game.

England was bowled out for 210 runs after losing all of their complete wickets for only 110 runs. India won the game in just 60 overs on the last day, taking a 2-1 lead in the series.

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