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India vs England Highlights 3rd Test, IND vs ENG: Five star Jadeja guide India to record win after Yashasvi’s 214

India vs England Live Score 3rd Test Day 4, IND vs ENG

India vs England Highlights 3rd Test Day 4, IND vs ENG: From 0-1 down in Hyderabad, to 2-1 win in Rajkot! India dominated in every department in the Rajkot Test, en route to scripting their biggest-ever win in history. Jaiswal completed his second double ton. Debutants Sarfaraz Khan and Dhruv Jurel who both impressed. The latter was rather exceptional with the gloves as well. And then, it was an all-Jadeja show after the Tea. He picked up a five-wicket haul, which came in addition to his first-innings century, as India won by 434 runs.…Read More

Yashasvi Jaiswal scored a double century for the second time in two Tests while Sarfaraz Khan scored his second half-century of his maiden Test as the pair unleashed carnage. They put up an unbeaten 172-run stand for the sixth wicket which came in just 158 balls and helped India set a England a mammoth target of 557 to chase. India declared on 430/4.

Earlier, Shubman Gill and Kuldeep Yadav started the day well but it was disappointment for the former as he fell on 91. Jaiswal returned to the crease, resuming his innings on 106 after he retired hurt on Day 3. Jaiswal and Sarfaraz were watchful early on and then unleashed themselves towards the last half an hour of the first session, taking India’s lead to 440 at Lunch. Jaiswal stood one run away from reaching 150 in a second consecutive Test.

Jaiswal showed almost all facets of his game on Day 3. He took an utter stunner of a catch at slips to get rid of Joe Root early in the day, which sparked England’s collapse. It was the event that changed the tide in the match, England were dominant until that point but India wrestled back control over the course of the day. Jaiswal then played a almost a dour innings to get to his half-century in the early part of India’s innings. He then unleashed his T20 shots and reached his third Test century in just his 12th Test innings. Jaiswal raced from 35 off 73 to 88 off 101 at one point, 53 runs in just 28 balls.

Jaiswal started having trouble with his back after scoring his century and eventually, the physio was called for and he had to walk off. He tried to play an over after some attention from the physio. However, the opener then decided to walk off after that over on 104 off 133 balls, his innings peppered with nine fours and five sixes. Rajat Patidar replaced him but fell for a 10-ball duck to Tom Hartley after which nightwatcher Kuldeep saw off 15 balls for three runs.

Here are some highlights around IND vs ENG 3rd Test Day 4:

– Jadeja picked up his 13th career five-wicket haul, after Ashwin got his first wicket in the innings, as India scripted a win by a record margin of 434 runs.

– Ravindra Jadeja and Kuldeep Yadav picked 5 wickets between themselves after Tea as England went 7 down for just 50 runs.

– Yashasvi Jaiswal scored 214 in 236 balls whole Sarfaraz Khan smashed 68 in 72

– Jaiswal and Sarfaraz shared an unbeaten partnership of 172 runs in just 158 balls

– Jaiswal hit 12 sixes, equalling the record for most sixes by any batter in a Test innings

– India started on an overnight score of 196/2, leading England by 322 runs

– Shubman Gill was run out on 91 after a 55-run stand with Kuldeep Yadav

– Yashasvi Jaiswal returned after Gill fell, having retired hurt on Day 3 on 106

– Jaiswal and Sarfaraz Khan pummeled England in the last half an hour of the first session, taking India’s lead to 440 at Lunch

– Kuldeep Yadav’s 18 overs were instrumental in India dramatically turning around the match on Day 3

– England were all out for 319 despite being 224/2 at one point and starting the second session of Day 3 on 290/5