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Jurel scored the winning run: Rohit told Sarfaraz – not to be a hero, top-10 moments of India-England fourth test


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India has defeated England by 5 wickets in the Ranchi Test. With this victory, the Indian team has taken a 3-1 lead in the 5-match series. Chasing the target of 192 runs, Team India started playing on the fourth day on Monday with a score of 40/0. India's five wickets had fallen at the score of 120 runs. After this, Shubman Gill and Dhruv Jurel made a partnership of 72 runs and gave the team victory.

Jurel scored the winning run for India. This was the most memorable moment of this match for Indian fans. There were many such moments in the match that lasted for about four days and will remain in the minds of the fans for a long time.

Dhuva Jurel and Shubman Gill made an unbeaten 72-run partnership for the sixth wicket.

Dhuva Jurel and Shubman Gill made an unbeaten 72-run partnership for the sixth wicket.

1. Anderson took the catch of Yashasvi by diving.
This is the first wicket of the fourth day and the second in the second innings of India. Yashasvi wanted to play a shot at extra cover, but the ball took the outer edge of the bat and went towards James Anderson who was fielding at short third man. Anderson took a brilliant catch by diving from short third.

Indian opener Yashasvi Jaiswal was out after scoring 37 runs.

Indian opener Yashasvi Jaiswal was out after scoring 37 runs.

2. Yashasvi left in DRS
The third ball of the 15th over was bowled by Tom Hartley. Yashasvi Jaiswal wanted to drive it, but the ball hit his pads. English players appealed for LBW. The field umpire gave the decision of not out. Captain Ben Stokes took a review, Yashasvi was saved due to umpire's call in the replay.

3. Dhruv Jurel did salute celebration for his father and Root congratulated
Indian wicketkeeper batsman Dhruv Jurel performed brilliantly and scored 90 runs in the first innings. On the first ball of the 90th over, Jurel played a shot towards mid-on and scored his first fifty in international cricket. The young batsman did a special salute celebration after scoring his half-century. His celebration was dedicated to his father Nem Chand Jurel who fought in the Kargil war.

After Jurel was out, English player Joe Root congratulated him. On the third day of the match, Tom Hartley got the wicket of Jurel on the second ball of the 104th over of the Indian innings. He became bold. This was India's last wicket. When Jurel was going to the pavilion after getting out, Root came to him and praised his innings and congratulated him.

Dhruv Jurel hit 6 fours and 4 sixes in his innings of 90 runs.

Dhruv Jurel hit 6 fours and 4 sixes in his innings of 90 runs.

Jurel and Root have played together for Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2023.

Jurel and Root have played together for Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2023.

4. Sarfaraz took a diving catch
Sarfaraz Khan's brilliant catch in England's second innings helped Kuldeep Yadav get the wicket of Tom Hartley. Kuldeep bowled a fuller length ball in the 40th over. Hartley played a shot towards deep mid-on. Sarfaraz Khan, posted on the field there, saw the ball, he came quickly and took a brilliant catch by diving.

Sarfaraz took 2 catches in the second innings.

Sarfaraz took 2 catches in the second innings.

5. Stokes left in umpire's call
England captain Ben Stokes, who protested against the umpire's call before the Ranchi Test, himself was saved because of the umpire's call. In the 30th over of England's second innings, Ravindra Jadeja bowled a flighted delivery to Stokes. Stokes could not understand the spin and the ball hit his pads. Umpire Rod Tucker gave it not out.

India took review. The tracker showed that impact and pitching were on line, but there was an umpire's call on the wicket. Due to this, Stokes got the lease of life. Ben Stokes was out after scoring only 4 runs.

Ben Stokes was bowled by Kuldeep Yadav on the personal score of 4 runs.

Ben Stokes was bowled by Kuldeep Yadav on the personal score of 4 runs.

6. Jurel took the catch with one hand
On the ball of Team India's star spinner R Ashwin, Jurel sent James Anderson to the pavilion with a one-handed catch behind the wicket in the second innings. In the third session of the third day of the Test, in the second innings of England, Ashwin dismissed James Anderson and Anderson ducked.

Anderson went to play a reverse sweep in front of Ashwin on the third ball of the 54th over, but missed. The ball bounced off his pads and hit the bat, then fell to the right of the keeper, where Dhruv Jurel, who was keeping very cautiously, took the catch with his right hand. England's second innings also ended with this wicket.

With the wicket of James Anderson, Ashwin completed 5 wickets in the second innings.

With the wicket of James Anderson, Ashwin completed 5 wickets in the second innings.

7. Bashir said to Sarfaraz – knows a little Hindi
After completing his half-century in England's first innings, Ollie Robinson was caught out while trying to reverse-sweep the ball of Ravindra Jadeja. After this Shoaib Bashir came on the pitch. As the young English off-spinner was getting ready to face his first ball, Sarfaraz Khan, while fielding at silly point, said to Jadeja that he does not know Hindi. To this Bashir replied, I know a little Hindi.

Shoaib Bashir was out without opening the account.  He became the victim of Jadeja.

Shoaib Bashir was out without opening the account. He became the victim of Jadeja.

8. Ripley saved Jaiswal
On the second day of the match, Yashasvi Jaiswal escaped dismissal in the 20th over of India's first innings. Robinson's ball hit Jaiswal's bat and went into the hands of wicketkeeper Fox. Fox tried to take the catch by diving. Considering Jaiswal out, captain Ben Stokes and Joe Root started celebrating. However, Fox was not confident about the catch. Jaiswal remained standing at the crease.

Umpire Joel Wilson watched some replays and finally decided that the ball touched the ground and came into the gloves. Jaiswal remained not out.

The ball had already touched the ground before reaching Fox's hands.

The ball had already touched the ground before reaching Fox's hands.

Rohit got confused in 9 catches, missed the review
On the second day of the match, Rohit got confused after catching the fourth ball of the 102nd over of England's first innings, due to which the Indian team had to suffer the consequences. Kuldeep Yadav's ball which went through Root's bat and into the slips. Rohit Sharma, who was fielding there, bent completely and took the catch, it seemed as if the ball had touched the ground.

The umpire gave the decision of not out, yet captain Rohit was confused whether he took the catch properly or not. He took review, but the umpire's decision turned out to be correct.

Root got a lease of life on a personal score of 119 runs.

Root got a lease of life on a personal score of 119 runs.

10. Akash Deep bowled Crawley twice
Akashdeep made his debut in the fourth test in Ranchi. He became the 313th player to play Test cricket. During this time his mother was also present in the stadium. Akash Deep took three wickets on the first day of this match.
Akash Deep bowled Jack Crawley twice in his debut test. The first time he was out it was a no ball. Jack Crawley was bowled in the fourth over of the match, but the third umpire declared his ball a no-ball. Crowley went to defend this ball and was bowled.
Akash Deep and other players started celebrating. Crowley also started returning to the pavilion on a personal score of 4 runs, but the umpire stopped him. The third umpire saw the replay and declared the ball a no-ball because Akash's foot was outside the crease.
Whereas Akash bowled him again on the 5th ball of the 12th over. Crawley was out after scoring 42 runs on 42 balls.

Akash Deep was given the debut cap by Indian team head coach Rahul Dravid.

Akash Deep was given the debut cap by Indian team head coach Rahul Dravid.

Akash Deep bowled Jack Crawley in the fourth over.

Akash Deep bowled Jack Crawley in the fourth over.

Crawley was returning to the pavilion after being bowled.  Then the field umpire stopped him, because the third umpire declared a no-ball.

Crawley was returning to the pavilion after being bowled. Then the field umpire stopped him, because the third umpire declared a no-ball.

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