Former Pakistan captain Inzam-ul-Haq has praised skipper Virat Kohli’s captaincy in the fourth Test against England. Inzam said on his YouTube channel that the first test was a draw, after which Team India won the second test. In the third test, Team India had to face defeat by an innings and 76 runs. After that in the fourth Test, the team made a great comeback. All the credit for this goes to the players and captain Virat Kohli. The way his body language was in the match, it had an effect on the team as well.
Away from criticism, the team was busy in answering
After the defeat in the third test, the players and captain of the team were being criticized, but by staying away from them, the players of the team were preparing to answer in the fourth test. In the fourth test, the entire team gets out for 191 runs in the first innings. After that the team should be praised for the way the team showed the spirit in the next four days. The contribution of the captain of the team should not be forgotten in this. He said that the way the team has been performing on foreign soil in the last few years, it is commendable.
India lead 2-1 in
the series The Indian team has taken a 2-1 lead in the five-Test series. The first test was a draw due to rain. Whereas in the second Test played at Lord’s, India defeated England by 151 runs to lead 1-0 in the series. England beat India by an innings and 76 runs in the third Test at Leeds to level the series 1-1. At the same time, in the fourth Test played at The Oval, Team India once again defeated England by 157 runs to take a 2-1 lead in the series.
Brilliant performance of Shardul Thakur In the
fourth Test, all-rounder Shardul Thakur performed brilliantly. He scored 57 runs in 37 balls in the first innings and 60 runs in 72 balls in the second innings. He took 1 wicket in the first innings and 2 wickets in the second innings.
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