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India vs England 5th Test : Breaking | England's surrender to India's 'spin', Team India's innings victory in the fifth Test | leader

Leaders Online Desk: In the fifth match of the Test series against England, India won by an innings. England's slump once again blew in front of the Indian spinners. In both innings, spinner R. Ashwin and Kuldeep Yadav put on a brilliant bowling display. India won the Dharamsala Test by an innings and won the Test series by a margin of 4-1. (India vs England 5th Test)

Harakiri by England's batsmen in the second innings except Root

India had taken a total lead of 259 runs in the first innings. In England's second innings, India's spinner R. Ashwin frowned. He took five wickets. England batsman J Root fought. He scored 84 runs. England's second innings ended on 195 runs. India won the fifth Test by an innings and 64 runs.

Ashwin's triple blast; Ollie Pope retreats

While chasing the lead taken by India, England suffered setbacks in the beginning. At the start of England's second innings, Ashwin took three wickets with his spin. In this he dismissed Ben Duckett, Zach Crowley and Ollie Pope. In the 10th over of the innings, Ashwin dismissed Oli Pope and caught Oli by Jaiswalkar to give England their third shock, he did. Oli scored 19 runs in 23 balls in his innings.

Ashwin followed by Kuldeep for England; Bairstow out

In the 18th over of the match, Kuldeep dismissed Bairstow to give England their fourth blow. He got Bairstow LBW. Bairstow scored 39 runs in 31 balls in his innings. In this he hit 3 fours and 3 sixes. He put on 56 runs in 50 balls for the fourth wicket with Joe Root.

England 103 for 5 at lunch

By breakfast on the third day, England scored 103 for 5 in the second innings. Half of the England team returned to the tent in the 23rd over of the innings. On the fifth ball of this over, Ashwin clean bowled Ben Stokes to dismiss England's fifth batsman.

With this wicket, the umpire declared a lunch break. Stokes scored two runs in his innings. Stokes has been a flop with the bat throughout this series. This was Ashwin's fourth success of the innings. Earlier, Jack Crowley (0), Ben Duckett (2) and Olly Pope (19) were dismissed. Aggressive batsman Jonny Bairstow (39) was sent to the pavilion by Kuldeep Yadav. He shared a 56-run partnership with Root. Currently Joe Root is unbeaten on 34 runs.

Bumrah's double blast

England suffered their sixth shock in the form of Ben Foakes in the 27th over of the innings. He was dismissed by India's spinner Ashwin. Ben Fox scored 8 runs in 17 balls in his innings. Along with this, Ashwin took five wickets in the match. Bumrah then sent Tom Hartley (20) and then Mark Wood (0) to the pavilion in the 35th over.

Joe Root's half century

While chasing the challenge given by India, the Indian bowling forward, England's bowlers could not stay on the field for long. But as the batsmen were being dismissed from one side, Joe Root batted with restraint and scored his half-century in 90 balls. He hit 6 fours in this.

Ninth blow to England

On the last ball of the 46th over, spinner Ravindra Jadeja clean bowled Shoaib Bashir. He scored 13 runs in 29 balls. He and Joe Root put on a 48-run partnership for the 9th wicket to keep England's scoreboard moving.

England's innings is over

Indian team won the Test series by 4-1 after getting rid of Joe Root in the match. Joe Root was caught by Indian bowler Kuldeep Yadav off Jasprit Bumrah. Root scored 84 runs off 128 balls in his innings. He hit 12 fours in this. Apart from Root, no English player could last long on the field.


India vs England 5th Test: England's first innings ended on 218 runs

After winning the toss and batting first, England got off to a good start. Ben Duckett and Jack Crowley put on a 64-run partnership for the first wicket. Kuldeep broke this partnership. He had Duckett caught by Shubman Gilkar. Duckett scored 27 runs in his innings. Crowley then completed his 14th Test half-century and fifth against India. Before lunch, Kuldeep delivered another shock to the English side by getting Olly Pope off wicketkeeper Dhruv Jurrell. Indian bowlers bowled 25.3 overs in the first session. In this, England scored 100 runs by losing 2 wickets. After this, in the second session, England scored 94 runs for the loss of 6 wickets in 29.3 overs. At one point, England's score was 137 for two in the 38th over. After the fall of Crowley's wicket, England's innings collapsed. At 137 for two, the team was reduced to 218 in the 58th over. In Indian bowling, Kuldeep took the most wickets 5, Ashwin 4 and Jadeja 1

India took a decisive lead in the first innings

India started today at 473 for eight and lost the remaining two wickets for four runs. Today, India's first shock came in the form of Kuldeep Yadav (30). James Anderson has Kuldeep caught by wicketkeeper Foxker. It was the 700th wicket of his Test career. At the same time, Shoaib Bashir took the wicket of Bumrah (20) and ended India's innings at 477 runs. England scored 218 runs in the first innings. Team India got a total lead of 259 runs. Anderson is the first fastest bowler in the world and third overall to reach the 700-wicket mark. Only Muttiah Muralitharan (800) and Shane Warne (708) have taken more Test wickets than him.

Rohit-Shubman's explosive century

Rohit Sharma scored the 12th century of his Test career while chasing the challenge given by England. Shubman Gill also scored his century on the very next ball. This is his fourth Test century. Rohit scored a century in 154 balls and Shubman scored a century in 136 balls. Rohit-Shubham's partnership of 158 runs for the second wicket was decisive for Team India.

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