England won the third test by an innings and 76 runs with India

Due to the best performance in batting and bowling, England won the third test match by an inning and 76 runs with India. After winning the third test match, England level the series (1-1). Now two test matches were remaining in this series.

India lose to England by an innings and 76 runs, Robinson blows away middle  order - Telegraph India

Earlier India won the toss and chose to bat first and scored only 78 /10 in the first inning due to poor performance in batting. James Anderson 3/6 (8), Craig Overton 3/14 (10.4), and Ollie Robinson 2/16 (10.0), and Sam Curran 2/27 (10.0) were bowled well from the England side.

India vs England HIGHLIGHTS, 3rd Test Day 3: IND 215/2 at stumps; Pujara,  Kohli and Rohit lead fightback vs ENG - Sportstar
England hammer India by an innings and 76 runs in third Test

In the first inning, England scored 432/10 and lead India by 354 runs. Joe Root 121 (165), Dawid Malan 70 (128), Haseeb Hameed 68 (195), Rory Joseph Burns 153 (61), and Craig Overton 32(42) were great batted from the England side. Mohammad Shami 4/95 (28), Jaspirit Bumrah 2/59 (27.2), Mohammad Siraj 2/86 (23.0), and Ravindra Jadeja 2/88 (32.0) were good bowled from the Indian side.

IND vs ENG, 3rd Test: England Thrash India By An Innings And 76 Runs To  Level Series | Cricket News

During the second inning India was all out at 278/10 due to great bowled by Ollie Robinson 5/65 (26), and Craig Overton 3/47 (18.3). Cheteshwar Pujara 91 (189), Rohit Sharma 59 (156), Virat Kohli 55 (125), and Ravindra Jadeja 30 (25).  India lost the third test match by an inning and 76 runs with England.

India lose third Test by an innings and 76 runs against England

Due to good performance in bowling, Ollie Robinson was declared as the Player of the Match in the third test match.

One Comment Add yours

  1. I think Robinson deserved his honour – he did well. It was also good to see Pujara back on form!!

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