Virat Kohli celebrates the second Test victory with teammates after Mohammad Siraj took the wicket of England’s James Anderson.
India had 60 overs to bowl out England and it was made possible by the all-round effort of the fast bowlers. Mohammad Siraj was among the bowlers to take four wickets including the last one. India’s long tail wagged as Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah’s unbeaten 89-run partnership took India to 298 for eight before being announced soon after lunch.
Chasing the target of 272 runs, the England team was dismissed for 120 runs in 51.5 overs, with captain Joe Root scoring the highest 33 runs.
India’s long tail wagged with Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah’s unbeaten 89-run partnership taking India to 298 for eight before being announced soon after lunch.
Starting the day at 181 for six, India lost Rishabh Pant early, but Shami (56 not out) and Bumrah (34 not out) made a sensational stand to defy the hosts. This was Shami’s second half-century in international cricket.
India: 364 all out and 298/8 in 109.3 overs (Cheteshwar Pujara 45, Ajinkya Rahane 61, Mohammed Shami 56 not out; Mark Wood 3/51)
England 1st Innings: 391 all out and 120 all out in 51.5 overs (Joe Root 33; Jasprit Bumrah 3/33, Ishant Sharma 2/13, Mohammad Siraj 4/32).