When visitors hammer at the world’s largest cricket stadium for two days, 28 spinners will fall out of 30 wickets.
In the third test during the day, India’s Axar Patel defeated England by 10 wickets in two days, thereby gaining 11 wickets.
On a vicious turning track, England was eliminated in the second game with an 81 stroke, which was their lowest score against India. India played Narendra Mo in Ahmedabad on a chaotic day. Dee Stadium suffered its own first game collapse.
After chasing 49 wins in a spin-based, low-scoring game, India overwhelmed the goal, but did not lose the goal that rose 2-1 in the four test series.
The result broke England’s hopes of the first World Test Championship (WTC) final in June.
At the same time, India also needs to draw lots in the final test held in Ahmedabad from March 4 to reach the WTC final.
“The result went the way we did, but the quality of the shot was not up to the standards of the two teams at all,” said national captain Virat Kohli. “There is a lack of applications on both sides. Our bowlers are more efficient, which is why we got results.
“The strange thing is that of the 30 wickets, 21 are straight.”
Both teams are spinning
Since being eliminated in the first game of the world’s largest cricket stadium, England has been in a regressive state.
However, Joe Root and Jack Leach used the ball to shine, attracting tourists back to the game by dropping 145 in India.
However, England failed to hit the ball for the second time, with 81 shots, allowing the hosts to take control again.
They continued to dive 30.4 times and all 10 batters fell.
Rohit Sharma hit 6 points, allowing India to target a weak 49 in the second game without losing the wicket.
This is only the second test in the history of Indian cricket, which ended in only two days. The last is their experience of beating Afghanistan in their 2018 test debut in Bangalore, and there are fewer than 25 in test history.
The last two days of England’s test were their defeat of the West Indies in Headingley in 2000.