IND vs ENG 4th Test: Vijay made a half-century, nearly Pujara, England scored 400 runs
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- At stumps on the second day, India scored a mammoth 146 runs
- Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara 70 not out at 47 runs
- England scored 400 runs in their first innings
Mumbai: IND vs ENG 4th Test, Murali Vijay in the fourth Test against England has not only made an unbeaten half-century at the end of second day’s play, but the team was almost ready way to reaching a respectable score. England’s first innings score of 400 for one by stumps in reply to India’s 146 runs. Murali Vijay scored 70 not out while standing at the other end Cheteshwar Pujara (47 not out) also are close to a half century. Five-Test series in India was leading 2-0.
Fifty 15th victory of his career has taken. The score of 146 runs
Pujara’s work is not over yet, despite winning. On Saturday, the third day of the match, the Indian team to score England’s batsmen reaching close to not only challenge but also to make gains. Vijay’s innings of 70 in 169 balls so far is 6 fours and two sixes. Pujara scored 102 in 47 balls with 6 fours are facing. (Read, at Wankhede after scoring 400 in his last two Tests England won)
Virat Kohli once again the team will be expected, because India captain Virat Kohli’s bat in Tests this year with two double centuries is amazing show. He scored 965 in 10 Tests this year. In a calendar year in Mumbai that he can touch a thousand runs. 4 thousand runs in Test career as well as complete. 3959 and so far he has scored 41 runs away. (Read, Kapil Dev’s record equaled by Ashwin)
By tea: Team India Rahul shock
In response to a huge total of 400 runs, Indian team started cautious. Lokesh Rahul and Vijay had added 39 runs for the opening wicket off Moeen Ali Rahul made a mistake in understanding. Moin put the ball outside off-stump and turn against Rahul tried to shot, but did not succeed and the ball was out the wicket. He faced 41 balls and scored 24 runs. By tea, India 62 runs a wicket. Murali Vijay (31) and Cheteshwar Pujara (7) returned unbeaten.
Shortly after lunch on the second day, England were bowled out for 400 in the first innings.
Jos Buttler scored 76 as the last man out. Butler’s 106-ball fifty-sixth career complete. R Ashwin 6 for the team,
then Ravindra Jadeja 4 wickets.
Ashwin equaled Kapil’s
R Ashwin took five wickets on the second day soon. He also most often five or more wickets in an innings in the third place among the Indian bowlers equaled Kapil Dev. Ashwin 23 the time have accomplished this. Kapil and above Ashwin Anil Kumble (35 times five wickets) and Harbhajan Singh (25 wickets in five are).
After lunch and Joss, Butler Ashwin gave England ninth shock 54-run partnership with Parthiv Patel, who scored 31 Wilke Jake ball was caught behind. The final wicket fell with the score on 400 when Ravindra Jadeja playing fiercely Joss Buttler was bowled on 76 runs.
England FOW: 1/99 (Alastair Cook), 2/136 (the root), 3/230 (Moeen Ali), 4/230 (Keaton Jennings), 5/249 (Johnny Bears to), 6/297 (Ben Stokes), 7/320 (Chris Vaux), 8/334 (Adil Rashid), 9-388 (Jake Ball), 10/400 (Joss Butler)
Lunch: England lost three wickets, score 300 crossing
The position of England was the first day, but un- loading wildly 3rd wicket after tea he had made 288 for 5 wickets in the day. England scored 288 for 5 wickets on the second day of the innings forward. Joss Buttler and Ben Stokes were added to the score nine runs that gave another blow by Ravichandran Ashwin, Ben Stokes scoring 31 Dodge ate on their spin. Not out the umpire, but Kohli took the review. Replays showed the ball had taken the edge Stokes and given out by the umpire. Virat Kohli caught him at slip. Stokes and Jos Buttler adding 48 run for the sixth wicket. The seventh blow was Ravindra Jadeja. He returned on 11 runs Chris Vaux. His name also was the eighth wicket. Adil Rashid (4), which are self-spinner, could not read the ball and let it go, but his one bail ball. Jake Butler followed by lunch with the ball and a wicket 51-run partnership to fall. England scored 385 for 8 wickets at lunch the other day. Jos Buttler (64) and Jake Ball (29) remained unbeaten
Salient features of the first day’s play
Ashwin left behind Srinath
R Ashwin 43rd Test appearance for India in the case of most Test wickets moved up one place to seventh. He surpassed former pacer Javagal Srinath. Wickets of Moeen Ali in Mumbai, he has achieved. Their names have 237 wickets, 236 wickets in 67 appearances while Srinath said.
Cook completed 2,000 runs
England captain Alastair Cook is always run with the bat against India. The first day of the fourth Test against India 19th on and finished his 2000 Test runs. Now he became the sixth player in the world to do so. Most runs scored in Test matches against India in the name of the record is Australia’s Ricky Ponting, who scored 2555 Test runs.
The highest debut century against India
Records of the year since 2010, the 5 batters his debut match against India’s century. Significantly, the most against any international team debut times. Mumbai Keaton Jennings to score for England debut (112) The first player to do so on the ground, before the Best Debut score was 88 runs. England to score a hundred on debut became the eighth batsman.
230 runs after England lost momentum
IND vs ENG 4th Test: England scored 230 for two at a time, but his three wickets fell after tea, un- loading wildly. Opening day debut for England is named Keaton Jennings, who scored a century in 186 balls and was bowled out for 112. He received a score of zero was dropped at the hands of Karun Nair. It was not the first day of the fielding team; he dropped three catches. But his fate is now in the series. Besides Jennings England Moeen Ali, 50, Alastair Cook 46 and Joe Root’s 21-run innings. India 4 wickets from R Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, while a success. England won the toss and decided to bat first. India made two changes to the team, replacing injured Ajinkya Rahane and Mohammad Shami and Bhuvneshwar Kumar Lokesh Rahul has been replaced, while Keaton Jennings debuted for England.