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England's fourth wicket fell, Stokes scored for 2 runs - News India Live, India news, News India, Live news, Live India Funny Jokes

Ahmedabad : The final match of the four-match Test series between India and England is being played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. England captain Joe Root won the toss and decided to bat. England’s first innings was reduced to 205 runs. Ben Stokes scored the highest score for England. Stokes was dismissed by scoring 55 runs. At the same time Akshar Patel took the most wickets for the Indian team. Akshar took 4 wickets to his name. India scored an unbeaten 96-run stand of 160 to take a 160-run lead thanks to an unbeaten 96-run stand by Rishabh Pant (101) and Washington Sundar in the first innings. England started the second innings scoring 30 wickets losing 4 wickets.

Ben Stokes, who was trying to score at the crease, was sent back by Patel caught by Kohli. Stokes managed only 2 runs off 9 balls. On the last ball of the 10th over, Akshar Patel got Dominic Sibli, who was playing for 3 runs, to be caught by wicketkeeper Pant. On the fifth ball of the fifth over, Ashwin made Jani Bairstow his victim. Bairstow was caught out on the very first ball by Rohit Sharma at zero. Ashwin got Jack Crowley caught by Rahane on the fourth ball of the fifth over. Crowley returned to the pavilion after scoring 5 runs off 16 balls.

Sundar was batting on 96 and was only 4 runs away from his century but due to lack of strike, he could not complete the century and eventually returned unbeaten after scoring 96 runs. Sundar faced 174 balls during his innings and hit 10 fours and a six during this period. India took a 160-run lead, scoring 365 runs in the first innings. Mohammad Siraj too was bowled at zero at the hands of Stokes playing just 3 balls. After Patel’s dismissal, Ishant Sharma went out lbw for zero on the very first ball of the next over from Stokes and went towards the pavilion. Akshar Patel scored 43 runs off 97 balls with the help of 5 fours and a six, which was run out by Root and Jani Bairstow.

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