Monday, January 17, 2022

IND vs ENG: Although the team’s ‘beautiful’ missed out on a century, but named this big record

New Delhi The fourth and last Test match of the series is being played between India and England, in which Kohli’s army has got a lead of 160 runs after the first innings. Dagmagai took over Rishabh Pant and Washington Sundar for the Indian batting. Rishabh Pant scored a stunning 101, while Washington missed a beautiful century. Sundar batted brilliantly and added 96 runs for the team. During this, Sundar has a great record of partnership.

In the fourth and final Test match of the series in Ahmedabad, the Indian team scored 365 runs in the first innings and got a lead of 160 runs. He could have completed a century but India’s last three wickets fell at just 5 balls at the other end and he could not get a chance to bat.

– Sundar made this record

During this, Sundar shared a 113-run partnership with Rishabh Pant (101) for the 7th wicket. Sundar and Akshar Patel again played 107, adding 107 runs for the 8th wicket. This is the first time in an innings of Indian Test cricket that a century partnership was held for the 7th and 8th wickets.

Sundar made his debut in the Sydney Test against Australia. After this, in the last match of the series in Brisbane, he had scored 62 runs in the first innings and expressed that this young batsman has a lot of power. After this, 22 runs were scored in the second innings as well. Sundar then scored an unbeaten 85 against England in Chennai. This time too, he missed his first Test century and returned unbeaten after scoring 96 runs.

Earlier, England scored 205 runs in their first innings, with half-centuries from all-rounder Ben Stokes (55) and special contributions from Dan Lawrence (46). Stokes hit 6 fours and 2 sixes in 121 balls while Lawrence hit 8 fours off 74 balls. Ollie Pope contributed 29 and Johnny Bairstow contributed 28 runs.


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