IND vs ENG: Why the Ahmedabad test match ended in just 2 days, day-night test, pink ball test, Axar Patel, Ravichandran Ashwin, India vs England | IND vs ENG: what happened in Ahmedabad which ended the match in 2 days, know the reason

Ahmedabad: In the third test match between India and England (IND vs ENG) in Ahmedabad (Ahmedabad), the army of Virat Kohli won a superb victory by 10 wickets against the British. The real winning heroes in this match were Axar Patel and Ravichandran Ashwin.

Indian spinners Axar Patel and Ravichandran Ashwin took full advantage of the turning pitch at Narendra Modi Stadium and gave Team India a memorable victory on day two.

. @ ImRo45 (25 *) ends the game with a SIX!

Complete victory for #TeamIndia and we go 2-1 in the series #INDvENG #PinkBallTest @Paytm

Scorecard https://t.co/9HjQB6CoHp pic.twitter.com/Dnt8Aw94tk

– BCCI (@BCCI) February 25, 2021

Playing his second test match, Axar Patel took 5 wickets for 32 points in the second set at home and thus took 11 wickets for 70 points in the match. At the same time, Ravichandran Ashwin (R Ashwin) took 4 wickets for 48 races and joined the special club of 400 test wickets.

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For his exceptional bowling performance, Axar Patel was named Player of the Match in the third test #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/cg3ESNIZCU

– ICC (@ICC) February 25, 2021

The England team collapsed for 81 points in the second set, which is their minimum test score against India. India had a goal of 49 races, which they hit on day two without losing wickets in the first hour of session three. Rohit Sharma (25 *) hit all six winners while Shubman Gill was not absent after scoring 15 points.

This is India’s fastest cricket test victory in terms of balls played

They finished the match in 842 deliveries! #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/1Uxr7uPGv0

– ICC (@ICC) February 25, 2021

In this way, India took an important step towards qualifying for the final of the World Testing Championship by taking a 2-1 lead in the 4-game series. England are eliminated from the final race because of this defeat. India will get the final ticket against New Zealand at Lord’s in June, even though they draw the third test match to be held from March 4.

India tops the list

They must now win or draw the last test to reserve a place in the final of # WTC21 #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/FQcBTw6dj6

– ICC (@ICC) February 25, 2021

Like the first day, the drop in wickets also continued on the second day. A total of 17 wickets fell on the second day. India extended their first innings in the morning by 99 points for 3 wickets and scored 145 points to secure a 33-point lead. England scored 112 points in the opening innings. He scored his lowest score against India in the second set. The previous record was 101 races, which he did at the Oval in 1971.

This is the 22nd time in the history of test cricket when a test match ends within 2 days. This is the second time this has happened in India. Earlier in 2018, India defeated Afghanistan in Bangalore in 2 days. Only 140.2 overs were made in this game. That number is at number 7 in the lowest record in an entire match.

The mood on the pitch was that in the opening innings for England improvised spinner Joe Root took 5 for 8 and left arm spinner Jack Leach took 4 wickets for 54 points. Root started bowling in the second inning.

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Scorecard: https://t.co/sW4HoJPPZs#INDvENG pic.twitter.com/JhILFD3GvA

– England Cricket (@englandcricket) February 25, 2021

Akshar, who took 6 wickets in the first innings, took the new ball and played Jock Crawley on the first ball and punished him for playing on the wrong line. He became the world’s fourth wicket shooter on the first ball of the innings and India’s second spinner after Ashwin. He also sent Johnny Bairstow to the pavilion at the third ball.

It was now Dominic Sibley’s turn, the second opener. Ben Stokes (25), caught in the gloves of goalkeeper Rishabh Pant, touching Sibli’s ball taking Akshar’s turn, adopted the attacking strategy and also struck at 3 fours but did not run again in front of Ashwin. The Indian dismissed Stokes for the 11th time.

Axar Patel, in front of his home crowd, put pressure on Joe Root (19) to make the charisma of taking 10 wickets in the match. Root had not understood the turn of the ball. Oli Pope (12) did not understand how to play Ravichandran Ashwin (R Ashwin) in the second consecutive set.

A 10 for Axar Patel in his second test only

England have lost half of their side! #INDvENG https://t.co/0unCGUOHmI pic.twitter.com/hjn1adFXhO

– ICC (@ICC) February 25, 2021

Ashwin then pulled out his 400th wicket in testing by firing Jofra Archer. He is the 16th bowler in the world and the fourth bowler in India to reach this milestone. Ashwin became the sixth spinner to achieve this feat. Washington Sundar only played 4 balls and wrote 1 wicket in his name.

Remarkable feat for @ ashwinravi99!

The champion spinner entered the esteemed club of wicket-takers as he tricked Jofra Archer LBW to claim test wicket no. . @Paytm #INDvENG #TeamIndia #PinkBallTest

Watch this memorable moment

– BCCI (@BCCI) February 25, 2021

Previously, India had also lost the last 7 wickets in 31 races. India’s 5 batsmen hit double-digit numbers, with Rohit scoring the maximum of 66 points. Joe Root won 5 wickets in the innings for the first time in his first-class career not just in testing.

Rohit Sharma showed his good form but vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane was unable to run again. Rahane, who often failed in front of the left arm spinners, was returned lbw by Leech while Rohit missed a sweep from Leach.

After that, Root wreaked havoc and did what Michael Clarke (6 wickets for 9 races) did in Mumbai in 2004. They sent Pant (1), Sundar (0) and Akshar (0) as they arrived. Ashwin (17) and Ishant Sharma (10) finally added some important points.

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