England won the first Test match of the five-Test series against India by 28 runs. Tom Hartley, a bowler, collected seven wickets in his debut against India. The Indian team’s total was decreased to 202. India’s batting was so awful that the entire batting order failed in front of Hartley.
In the first test match of the five-Test series between India and England, England defeated India by 28 runs. Tom Hartley, a bowler, collected seven wickets in his debut against India.
Beginning of the fourth day
At the beginning of the fourth day, Bumrah took the first wicket of England in the form of Rehan Ahmed. After this, Ashwin took England’s eighth wicket by sending Tom Hartley to the pavilion. Jadeja took the ninth wicket in the form of Mark Wood at 0.
Ollie Pope missed a double-century
In the end, Bumrah ended England’s innings at 420 runs by taking the wicket of Ollie Pope. Meanwhile, Ollie Pope missed his double century by 4 runs. On the last day for India, Bumrah took 2 wickets and Jadeja-Ashwin took 1-1 wicket. India needed 231 runs to win.
India got a good start
Opening the innings of India, Yashasvi and Rohit Sharma gave a good start to India. After this Hartley sent Yashasvi to the pavilion for 15 runs. After this, Hartley also sent Shubhman Gill to the pavilion at 0 and pushed India on the back foot.
Tom Heartily Bane Call
In such a situation, captain Rohit and KL Rahul combined to score 21 runs for the third wicket. After that, Rohit lost his wicket for 39 runs. Axar Patel and KL Rahul shared 32 runs for the fourth wicket, but Hartley broke the stand once more, sending Axar to the pavilion.
Jadeja was run-out
Joe Root showed the way to the pavilion for KL Rahul on 22 runs. Jadeja was run out by captain Stokes, causing India to lose their sixth wicket. Shreyas Iyer was out with 13 runs. In the end, Ashwin and KL Bharat took over the innings and made a partnership of 57 runs for the eighth wicket.
Indian innings ended at 202 runs
Hartley removed KS and Ashwin for a personal total of 28 runs. Bumrah and Siraj attempted to give India a victory by combining 25 runs for the tenth wicket, but Siraj lost his wicket. The entire Indian team was limited to 202 runs.