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New Delhi: Day four of the first test between India and England (IND vs ENG) was named after the Indian bowlers. The English drummers have succumbed to bowlers like Ravichandran Ashwin, Shahbaz Nadeem, Ishant Sharma and Jaspreet Bumrah. Although the challenge is very big in front of Team India.

India has a big goal

Team India got the target of 420 points to win. In response, at the end of day four of play, India scored 39 points by losing 1 wicket. Currently Shubman Gill is 15 and Cheteshwar Pujara has not come out after scoring 12 points. India are 381 races away from victory as the hosts have 9 wickets. Rohit was absent after scoring just 12 points.

FALLEN DOWN

India ends matchday four on 39/1

They need 381 more to win. England needs nine wickets. # INDvENG https://t.co/gnj5x4GOos pic.twitter.com/2lon38JptO

– ICC (@ICC) February 8, 2021

England second round at 178

The England team could not repeat the success of their first set in the second set and were only eliminated by 178 points. Ravichandran Ashwin took 6 wickets while striking brilliantly for Team India. Apart from that, Shahbaz Nadeem got 2, Ishant Sharma and Jasprit Bumrah got 1-1 wickets.

A bowling spell to treasure for @ ashwinravi99 at home. # INDvENG pic.twitter.com/1j9tmXmPYw

– BCCI (@BCCI) February 8, 2021

Team India reduced to 337 points

The Indian team’s first innings were reduced to 337 points and England secured a 241 point lead in the opening innings. Rishabh Pant scored the highest 91 points for India. Other than that, Washington Sundar (Washington Sundar) was not absent for 85 races and so he missed his first century in the cricket test.

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Amazing to show on the last day

Obviously, it won’t be easy for Team India to score 381 points now. Indian batsmen will not only have to save their wickets, but also score quick runs at regular intervals. The English batsmen will try very hard to have the remaining 9 wickets removed as soon as possible.