England has set a goal of 368 runs for a two-inning victory in the fourth test.
Test series between England And India was a country that riveted some plot twists, incredible comebacks, and individual performances between these two formidable outfits.
And on the fifth day of the fourth test match, there are a lot of incredible surprises. England has set a goal of winning two innings at 368 runs, and Wisden Cricket’s Twitter handle asked fans how the rest of the test matches would pan out.
And that was answered by English batter Jason Roy. Roy confidently states that the English side will follow the goals set by India and win the fourth test match.
The fourth test match is one in which fate is constantly changing
4th test match between Virat Kohli’s The man and Joe Root’s man were those whose fate was constantly fluctuating between them. India was bowled with only 191 in the first inning and England responded with a total of 290.
However, since then, Indian batters have performed well twice. Opener Rohit Sharma led the way with 256 to 127 glorious deliveries in two innings, and forged a groundbreaking partnership of 153 runs in his second wicket with Cheteswar Puhara.
England then returned to the match and hurriedly picked up the wicket. But then Shah Dar Takul and Reshab Pants built a 100-run partnership of sensational counterattacks between them. Pants scored a calm 50 points in 106 deliveries, while Takul scored 60 points for 72 balls. India was bowled for a total of 466 and England set 368 victory goals.
England’s opening round got off to a solid start on the Joe Root-led side in the second inning, with the host finishing the fourth day with a 77/0 scoreboard. England begins day 5 and adds the 291 runs needed to win. Meanwhile, India is aiming to ball out England to take a 2-1 lead.
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