IND vs ENG 5th Test 2021 – The last test match of the 5-Test series between the Indian cricket team and the England cricket team was to be postponed.
But due to the increasing cases of Covid-19, the last and IND vs ENG 5th Test 2021 matches have been canceled. Of course, this Test match has been canceled with the consent of the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and BCCI, but this match can be played later.
In such a situation, now the BCCI has offered the ECB to re-organize this Test match later. Both the Board of Control for Cricket in India will work towards finding a window to reschedule this Test match.
Let us tell you that this information has been given by BCCI Secretary Jay Shah. The first Test match of the 5-Test series between India and England was drawn due to rain at the Nottingham ground.
But then in the second test match, the Indian cricket team defeated England by a huge margin of 151 runs at the Lord’s ground and registered a landslide victory.
After this, the third Test match was played at Leeds ground where England team made a strong comeback and managed to beat the Indian team by an innings and 76 runs in that match.
But then after this, in the IND vs ENG 4th Test 2021, the Indian team once again made a comeback and took the England team by 157 runs on the last day to take a 2-1 lead in this Test series.
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However, the IND vs ENG 5th Test 2021 was canceled in view of the increasing case of Covid-19 in the Indian camp so that no player could be affected by it. So far, only the support staff in the Indian camp had turned positive, including India’s head coach Ravi Shastri.
Let us tell you that in this test series, Rohit Sharma scored the most runs from India’s side. He scored 368 runs in 8 innings of 4 test matches at an average of 52.57, including a century.
In this case, the second opener is Lokesh Rahul, who scored 315 runs in 8 innings of 4 test matches. Whereas Indian captain Virat Kohli managed to score 218 runs in this series.
But if we talk about the bowling department, then Jasprit Bumrah is at number one in terms of taking the most wickets from India. He took a total of 18 wickets in his name in 4 test matches.