Ind vs Eng 3rd Test:
Indian Players made an impressive comeback by defeating England by 203 runs in the third Test at Nottingham. After two test matches loss.
Ind vs Eng 3rd Test: India’s cornered cricketers produced a fantastic collective performance to outclass England by 203 runs in the third Test to keep the five-match series alive, here on Wednesday.
India wins the third Test against England by 203 runs: How It Happened:
India’s cornered cricketers produced a fantastic collective performance to outclass England by 203 runs in the third Test to keep the five-match series alive, here on Wednesday. India win the third Test against England by 203 runs India is now in race for series 1-2 but more importantly after having a break in the heart of the world.
India Beat England by 203 Runs:
England’s last was taken by Ravinchandran Ashwin in the 3rd over of the day 5, Catch which is taken by ajinkya rahane.
India dominated the England in 3rd test from day 1 on wards. Indian Players showed the excellent character with bat, ball and in fielding too. Excellent spell from Hardhik Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah and Captain virat kohli 97, 103 shows why he is the best batsman in the world.
While openers KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan were solid if not spectacular, the new ball bowlers Ishant Sharma (2/32 and 2/70) and Mohammed Shami (1/56 and 1/78) were relentless in their attack.
Ajinkya Rahane & Cheteshwar Pujara:
Vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane (81 in first innings) and Cheteshwar Pujara (72 in second innings) also had their hands up when it mattered the most.
Hardik Pandya (five-for-half-century) produced an all-around performance with wickets and runs to justify his place and make a statement to the skeptics.
The slip catching by leaps and bounds with Rahul taking seven catches.
New Indian wicket keeper Rishabh Pant showed excellent character with bat in his 1st innings and keeping also, He did a very good job as wicket keeper. Glad to see such a excellent talent in Indian national team and very much excited to see more youngsters in national team.
Indian captain Kohli:
Last but not least was skipper himself. Easily the best batsmen across both sides, Kohli has now taken his tally of tests to 440 after knocks of 97 and 103 in the third Test.
Call it coincidentally, Kohli has accumulated exactly 200 runs in the first and third Test matches.
With two hundred and two half-centuries, Kohli has made sure that there are no debates on who is the best batsmen in the world cricket currently. He has now scored in Australia, South Africa, New Zealand and England.
The Indian captain’s ability to cut off his scoring shots, showing patience when Jimmy Anderson was on fire was the hallmark of his greatness.
Jonny Bairstow (206 runs) while Jos Buttler, after his maiden Test hundred, is placed third with 170 runs.
From India, Pandya with 160 runs, is the second best but it has a lot of batting debacles in the first two Test matches.