Indian team wins day-night Test match: defeated England by 10 wickets in just 2 days, for the 1st time in the history of 144 years of cricket

    Indian team wins day-night Test match: The third Test match of the 4-Test series between the Indian cricket team and the England cricket team was played at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Motera.

    In this match between these two teams, the Indian cricket team beat the England team by 10 wickets in two days.

    This is the 22nd time in the 144-year history of cricket. This is the second Test match of India which has ended only and under two days only.

    Whereas before this, the Indian team had defeated Afghanistan in two days on the ground of Bengaluru in the year 2018.

    The same 12 Test matches of the England cricket team have ended in 2 days. This first international match was played in this new Motera Stadium in Ahmadabad.

    There was a lot of suspense on the pitch of this stadium. In this match, the Indian team landed on the field with three specialist spinners and England’s 3 specialist fast bowler.

    In the third Test against England, this could be something like playing XI India: see
    In the third Test against England, this could be something like playing XI India: see

    However, this decision of the England team proved to be quite wrong. A total of 30 wickets fell in this match, and of which a total of 28 wickets have been taken by spinners.

    In this match, the England team won the toss and decided to bat first. The Indian team’s strategy of landing with three spinners at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium proved to be very effective.

    And he dismissed England’s team for just 112 runs in the first innings. In the first innings for India, Akshar Patel took 6 wickets while Ashwin got three and Ishant Sharma got one wicket.

    The same India came out to bat in her first innings and got off to a good start. But then the Indian team’s innings faltered and it did not succeed in scoring Jayda.

    The same England’s strategy of landing with the fast bowlers was not successful. But in India’s first innings, England’s spin bowler Jack Leach took 4 wickets and 5 wickets and England captain Joe Root took 5 wickets.

    Thanks to these two bowlers, the Indian team was all out for just 145 runs. Even after this, India made a small lead of 33 runs in England.

    At the same time, in the second innings, England’s team came out to bat and lost their two wickets without scoring any runs.

    And then England’s entire team collapsed for a total of 81 runs in the second innings. In the second innings of England, the spinners of the Indian team took all the wickets.

    In this innings, Axar Patel dismissed 5 batsmen from England and Ashwin got 4 wickets while Washington Sundar got one wicket.

    The Indian cricket team got a target of 49 runs to win the match. Which Indian opener batsmen Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill achieved without losing any wickets. With this, the Indian team got on England for 10 wickets.

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