Ind vs Eng: India beat England by 317 runs, credit to the Indian spin bowlers

New Delhi: The second match of the four-match Test series between India (India) and England (England) is being played at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. Today is the fourth day of the match.

Team India had set a mammoth target of 482 runs to win in front of England. England’s second innings was reduced to 164 and all credit goes to the Indian spin bowlers. India has won this match by a huge margin of 317 runs. In the four-match series, both teams are on par with winning 1–1.

England started by 53 runs for 3 wickets. England captain Joe Root was steadily competing with Indian bowling. Dan Lawrence, who was supporting him, could not stay long in front of the Indian spin attack.

He became the victim of Ashwin by scoring 26 runs. Then came Ben Stokes, who started playing fine. But he could only score 8 runs. This wicket also went to Ashwin’s account. Oli Pope, who came after him, started a study and tried to save England’s sinking Naiya.

But he too could not support his captain for long and after scoring 12 runs, Akshar’s ball caught Ishant. Ben Fox became the first victim of Kuldeep Yadav, he could only score 2 runs. After that Joe Root also went on to score 33 runs. Akshar Patel got his wicket.

After he left the front was held by Moin Ali, who kept scoring runs from one side, but the wickets kept falling from the other side. In the end, Moin Ali was also dismissed for killing Kuldeep Yadav. He scored the highest for England by 43 runs.