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India defeat England 3rd Test by 10 wickets

India beat England by 10 wickets in third test at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Brief Score: ENG 112 & 81 IND 145 & 49/0

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England all out for 81, #TeamIndia need 49 runs to win.

Eng 81-all out (30.4 ovs) & 112 vs India 145 | Scorecard
India make the first bowling change after 30 overs as Washington Sundar is called in to have a bowl.
The first ball turns sharply as Broad comes forward to defend but is beaten as India appeal for caught behind but is turned down.
Infact, replays show that there was some edge.
However, Sundar gets the wicket a few balls later as Anderson tries the reverse sweep but gets the bottom edge and is caught by wicketkeeper Pant.
England are bowled out for 81 in their second innings to leave India with 49 runs to win the match.
The pacers enjoyed a good break as the spinners did the bulk of the damage. 

Axar led the way with a superb 5/32, while Ashwin claimed 4/48 to complete his 400 wickets in Test cricket and Sundar took the final wicket.
Already 17 wickets have fallen in under two sessions on the second day.

Virat Kohli is already India’s most successful Test captain with 35 Test wins from 59 matches while MS Dhoni had 27 victories in 60 games

By Naresh Sagar

Mentor MSME, Motivator, Media Event Org, Management fiscal & Water management.Social Media branding,Internet broadcasters,Propunder of Indian Philosophy

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