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Ind vs Eng 5th Test Day 3 : India's first innings ended on 477 runs, lead by 259 runs | leader

Leaders Online Desk: India's first innings of the fifth Test between India and England ended on 477 runs and India got a lead of 259 runs. Today, India started with 473 runs for eight wickets. Today, India got its first blow in the form of Kuldeep Yadav (30). James Anderson has Kuldeep caught by wicketkeeper Foxker. At the same time, Shoaib Bashir took the wicket of Bumrah (20) and ended India's innings at 477 runs.

Anderson third bowler in the world to take 700 wickets

England's great bowler James Anderson has completed 700 Test wickets. On the third day of the Dharamsala Test on Saturday, he did this special feat by dismissing Kuldeep Yadav. He is the first fast bowler in the world and the third bowler overall to achieve this milestone. Only Muttiah Muralitharan (800) and Shane Warne (708) have taken more Test wickets than him.

Ninth blow for India, Kuldeep out

India's score is 477 runs for nine wickets. Kuldeep shared a partnership of 49 runs with Bumrah.

The next day, Team India had a double blast. India scored two centuries and two fifties on Friday. Skipper Rohit Sharman scored 103 while Shubman Gill scored 110, followed by two young batsmen with half-centuries, Sarfaraz Khan scoring an aggressive knock of 56. He was well supported by Devdutt Padikkal scoring 65 runs off 103 balls.


England W. Innings: 218 all out in 57.4 overs.

India W. Innings: Yashasvi Jaiswal Targeted Focus Go. Bashir 57, Rohit Sharma three. Go. Ben Stokes 103, Shubman Gill three. Go. Anderson 110, Devdutt Padikkal Tri. Go. Shoaib Bashir 65, Sarfraz Khan J. Root Go. Shoaib Bashir 56, Ravindra Jadeja Paichit b. Hartley 15, Dhruv Jurel J. Duckett Go. Basheer 15, R. Ashwin Tri. Go. Hartley 0.

Fall Order: 1/104, 2/275, 3/279, 4/376, 5/403, 6/427, 7/427, 8/428.

Bowling: James Anderson 14-1-59-1, Mark Wood 15-1-89-0, Tom Hartley 39-3-126-2, Shoaib Bashir 44-5-170-4, Ben Stokes 5-1-17-1, Joe Root 3-0-8-0.

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