IND vs ENG 3rd Test: India defeated England by 10 wickets on the second day in the third Test played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. With this victory, India has taken an unassailable 2-1 lead in the four-match Test series. England had given India a target of 49 runs in the second innings, which India achieved in just 7.4 overs without losing any wickets. Rohit Sharma remained unbeaten on 25 balls with the help of three fours and a six and Shubman Gill remained unbeaten on 15 runs with the help of one four and one six off 21 balls.
Test match ends in two days for 22nd
This test played in Motera ended on the second day. This is the 22nd time in the history of Test cricket, when the result of a Test has come out in two days. However, the interesting thing has been that England has been involved in this 13 times. In these 13 matches, England have lost four times.
Akshar Patel is the hero of India’s victory
Akshar Patel was the hero of this magnificent victory of India. Playing his second Test, Akshar Patel took five wickets in both innings of this Test. In the first innings, he took six wickets for 38 runs and in the second innings he took five wickets for 32 runs. With this, he has become the highest wicket-taker in a day-night test.
Ashwin completes 400 Test wickets
Ashwin, who took seven wickets in this Test, completed 400 wickets in Test cricket. He has become India’s fourth bowler to do so in Tests. Before him, Anil Kumble, Kapil Dev and Harbhajan Singh have taken 400 wickets in Tests. Ashwin has taken 400 wickets in a Test match in 77 matches at an average of 25.01 and an economy rate of 2.83. With this, the fastest 400 wickets in the Test has become the second bowler in the world. Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan is named at number one in this list.
England won the toss in this Test and scored 112 runs in their first innings, batting first. After this, the Indian team could score 145 runs in their first innings. In this way India had gained 33 runs in the first innings. After this, the English team was all out for 81 runs in the second innings and India got a target of 49 runs, which they achieved in 7.4 overs without losing any wickets.