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IND vs ENG, 3rd Test

 

Group India chief Virat Kohli appears to be very serious on the field during matches. Nonetheless, he gave fans a brief look at the lighter side to his character following India’s victory against England in the third Test. Hardik Pandya was talking with Axar Patel – who featured in the match with 11 wickets to his name – when Kohli made a “extraordinary appearance”. As Hardik attempted to present his chief, Kohli said something in Gujarati, which left both Hardik and Axar Patel in parts.

India vanquished England by 10 wickets in the third Test, which was held at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.

Britain skipper Joe Root won the throw and selected to bat in the pink-ball Test. The guests were bowled out for 112 in the primary innings, with opener Zak Crawley (53) the most noteworthy run-scorer. Axar Patel was the pick of the bowlers, picking six wickets with Ravichandran Ashwin representing three excusals.

Britain made a solid rebound, excusing India for 145 in their first innings. Rohit Sharma (66) was the main run-getter. Root was the pick of the bowlers for England, representing five wickets.

Notwithstanding, England neglected to develop their show with the bat in the second innings as they were bowled out for 81. Axar Patel enrolled his second five-wicket take of the match, while Ravichandran Ashwin asserted four scalps, and turned into the quickest Indian bowler to get 400 Test wickets.

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India pursued down the objective of 49 runs absent a lot of ado, taking a 2-1 lead in the four-coordinate Test arrangement.

The hosts need to keep away from a thrashing in the last Test – likewise booked to be held at the Narendra Modi Stadium – to arrive at the last of the lady release of the World Test Championship (WTC). New Zealand have just equipped for the last.

 

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