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India defeated England by 317 runs in the second Test. This is India’s biggest win over England in terms of runs in the 89-year history of Indian Test cricket. Earlier, India beat England by 279 runs in Leeds in 1986. Akshar Patel took 5 wickets in the second innings. He became the sixth bowler in the country to do so in the debut test. With this win, the series has come at 1-1. The next Test will be played at Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad from 24 February. Click here to see the scorecard of the match …
England team were reduced to 164 runs in the second innings, hitting the target of 482 runs. For the English team, Moin Ali scored the highest 43 and captain Joe Root scored 33 runs. The 6 batsmen of the team could not even touch the figure of ten. Apart from Akshar, Ravichandran Ashwin took 3 and Kuldeep Yadav 2 in the second innings. India scored 329 runs in the first innings and England scored 134 runs in the first innings. Team India scored 286 runs in the second innings and gave the English team a target of 482 runs.
India returns after losing the first Test
- India had to face defeat in the first Test played in Chennai itself. The English team was defeated by 227 runs. After this, Team India returned and for the second time in cricket history, after losing a series match by 200+ runs, won the next match by 200+ runs.
- This (317 runs) of the English team is the biggest defeat in Asia. Earlier India had defeated 246 runs in 2016/17 in Visakhapatnam.
- For the first time in the last 8 Tests in India, England captain Joe Root could not score Fifty or more in both innings of a Test.
- It is India’s fifth biggest win in terms of runs. Five of the top-6 big wins have come under the captaincy of Virat Kohli.
India vs England second test highlights
India’s first innings
- Team India won the toss and decided to bat first and were all out for 329 runs.
- Opener Rohit Sharma hit the 7th century of the Test. He scored 161 runs at most.
- Rahane was out for 67 and Pant 58. 6 batsmen of India could not even touch the figure of ten.
- Shubman Gill (0), Kohli (0), Akshar Patel (5), Ishant Sharma (0), Kuldeep Yadav (0) and Mohammad Siraj (4) could not do anything special. Pujara scored 21 and Ashwin scored 13 runs.
- In the first innings for England, Moin took the maximum 4, Allie Stone took 3, Leach took 2 and Root took 1 wicket.
England’s first innings
- England were reduced to 134 runs in the first innings.
- England had a poor start and half the team had returned to the pavilion for a total of 52 runs.
- Burns (0), Sibley (16), Lawrence (9), Root (6) and Stokes (18) could not do much.
- Ollie Pope (22), along with Ben Fox, tried to handle the innings. Fox was the highest run scorer with 42 not out.
- Moin (6), Stone (1), Leach (5) also could not do anything special and were dismissed early. Ashwin bundled England’s first innings with Broad’s wicket.
- For India, Ashwin took 5 wickets in the innings for the 29th time. At the same time, Akshar-Ishant got 2-2 and Siraj got 1 wicket.
- India got a 195-run lead in the first innings.
India’s second innings
- India scored 286 runs in their second innings.
- Shubman Gill was out for 14 runs. After this, the team lost 3 more wickets in scoring just 11 runs.
- Pujara (7) was runout. Rohit was dismissed for 26 runs and Pant by 8 runs. Rahane was also dismissed for 10 runs.
- India had lost 6 wickets for 106 runs at one time. After this, captain Kohli and Ashwin handled the innings.
- Kohli-Ashwin partnered 96 runs off 177 balls for the 7th wicket.
- Ashwin hit a fifth century for India. He scored the highest 106 and Kohli scored 62 runs.
- English spinners Moin Ali and Leach took 4-4 wickets. At the same time, Alli Stone got 1 wicket.
- India set a target of 482 runs in front of England.
England’s second innings
- England had a poor start. Opener Sibley 3 runs and Burns were out for 25 runs. On the third day, night watchman Jack Leach was also out for zero.
- On the fourth day, England started from 53 runs for 3 wickets and added 111 runs and lost the remaining 7 wickets.
- Ashwin dismissed Daniel Lawrence (26) on his first ball of the day. Stokes scored 8 runs and Pope 12 runs.
- Captain Root (33 runs) and Ben Fox, who scored the most runs in the first innings, were dismissed by 2 runs.
- Stone was out at zero. Kuldeep stumped Moin at the hands of Pant and bundled out England’s second innings for 164 runs.
- Akshar took 5, Ashwin 3 and Kuldeep Yadav 2 from India.