India won the test match against England by an inning and 25 runs

India won this match by an inning and 25 runs against England in only 3 days due to awesome performance in bowling as well as batting. After winning this test match India leads (3-1) against England in the 4-test match series.  There is also good news that after winning this test match, India also quality for ICC World Test Championship final against New Zealand at Lord’s Cricket Stadium in London, England may be start from June 18.

Previously England won the toss and chose to bat first. In the first inning the whole team of England all out at 205/10 due to great bowled by Axar Patel 4/68 (26), Ravichandran Ashwin 3/47 (19.5), and Mohammad Siraj 2/45 (14). Only Ben Stokes 55 (121), and D. Lawrence 46 (74) are batted well in this inning. During the first inning, India made a score of 365 runs due to great batted by Rishabh Pant 101 (118), Washington Sundar 96 (174). Ben stokes 4/89 (27.4) and James Anderson 3/44 (25) bowled well from the England side. India takes the lead of 160 runs against England.

In the second inning, again the whole team of England out 135/10 due to great bowled by Axar Patel 5/48 (24), and Ravichandran Ashwin 5/47 (22.5). Only Dan Lawrence 50 (95), and Joe Root 30 (72) batted well in the second inning. The superb performance of both spinners Axar Patel and Ravichandran Ashwin in this test series. India also won the test series (3-1) against England in the 4 test match series.

Due to his great performance in batting, Rishabh Pant was declared as the player of the match. Ravichandran Ashwin was declared as the player of the series due to their great performance in bowling and batting in the whole test series.

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