ICC World Test Championship standings: Team India climbs to 2nd position, England to 4th | ICC World Test Championship: England and India team move up to fourth after heavy loss

Chennai: In the second test match against England, Team India had an excellent game and won 317 points. With this victory, Team India equalized the series 1-1 and at the same time reached the second position in the World Championship (WTC) standings of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

India reached second place in WTC

With this victory at Chepauk, India (Team India) moved to second place in the WTC standings after New Zealand with 69.7 points and a total of 460 points. The top two teams at the table will play the final in June at Lord’s Ground.

India moves to second place
England slips to n ° 4

Here is the last ranking of # WTC21 after the conclusion of the second #INDvENG Test! pic.twitter.com/bLNCVyDg4z

– ICC (@ICC) February 16, 2021

New Zealand have a total of 420 points with a percentage of 70. The Indian team lost the first game of the series by 227 points. In such a situation, India needs at least one win and one draw to reach the WTC final.

Before this test, the Indian team was in fourth place. Virat Kohli’s side play the sixth round of the WTC cycle in which they have won 10 matches while losing four. A match is in the process of being drawn.

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The Australian team are in second place with 69.2 percentage points and 332 points and the England team are fourth. England has a total of 442 names, which equates to 67 percent points.

The third game of the series will be played from February 24. This is a day and night game played on the Montera pitch.

Great victory for Team India

In the second test played in Chennai, Team India won the draw and decided to beat first. At batting first, Indian first player Rohit Sharma set up a fierce class of English bowlers and played a brilliant 161-point inning on 231 balls in the opening innings. Ajinkya Rahane also hit a crucial 67 in the opening innings.

In this first round, Team India strengthened its position by scoring 329 points. In response to 329 points, the England team turned out to be a complete flop and were reduced to just 134 points.

Ashwin and Virat Kohli became the heroes of Team India in the second round. The 97 partnership turns into 177 balls between the two. Virat Kohli scored 62 points on 149 balls while Ashwin played vigorous innings, scoring a century of 106 points on 148 balls. In the second set, India scored 286 points and set a goal of 482 points to win against England. The England team flopped in pursuit of that huge goal and also flopped in the second set and India won.