India defeats England
India had been knocked out for 191 in the first innings, thus the triumph was a spectacular turnaround. On a calm track, they were able to limit England's first-innings lead to only 99 runs.
India defeated England by 157 runs in the fourth Test match to take a 2-1 lead in the five-match series. India, who had lost their previous Test match by a large margin, rallied back to win the game. Especially after Day One, when I was looking down and out. It was a classic comeback storey, and Kohli and his team demonstrated that they are not afraid to take risks.
India won the fourth Test against England by 157 runs to take a commanding 2-1 lead in the five-match series. It was only India's second-ever win at The Oval and their first since 1971. After 1986, this is only the second occasion in history that India has won two Tests in a single tour to England.
Last month, they defeated England by 151 runs in the second Test at Lord's.England began the fifth and final day on 77 for no loss, and despite losing a few of wickets in the opening session, they had moved to 131/2 and appeared to be on track to draw the Test.
However, between overs 61.3 and 67.2, pacer Jasprit Bumrah (2/27) and spinner Ravindra Jadeja (2/50) shared four wickets to swing the game in India's favour, spearing the core of England's batting. Opening batsman Haseeb Hameed (63 off 193) was dismissed by Jadeja with a pitch that turned from the rough and clipped his off-stump. Bumrah then delivered a double blow to England by piercing the defences of Ollie Pope (2) and Jonny Bairstow (0) in his next two overs.After that, Jadeja chose Moeen Ali, who had been caught bat-pad.
England's score increased from 141/2 to 147/6.
England stayed alive thanks to a 35-run partnership between Joe Root (36) and Chris Woakes (18). Root, on the other hand, was unfortunate to be bowled by Shardul Thakur, who sliced the ball onto the stumps.At the stroke of tea, Woakes was caught at midwicket by Umesh Yadav (3/60). In the time between lunch and tea, India had taken six wickets.After tea, they hastily cleaned up the tail.
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