Top 5 / Top 10 96 // 04 Aug 2018, 19:45 IST SHARE After 4 days of an electrifying Test match, it was the England Cricket team that got better of the opponents. Virat Kohli’s efforts went in vain as the English side’s determination and never-say-die attitude helped them to take a 1-0 lead in the series.It all started on Wednesday, at Edgbaston, when the Kohli and co. locked horns with Joe Root-led team England for the first match of the much-crucial Test series. Joe Root won the toss and asked the visitors to field first. The Indian Captain took a gutsy decision of dropping the team’s best sub-continental batsman, Cheteshwar Pujara. Both the teams were playing with one spinner each in their XI.England had the upper hand in the first session as they lost only one wicket and scored 83 runs in the first 28 overs. Indian bowlers looked more disciplined in the second session and started to hit the right areas. The game was under India’s pocket by the end of the third session as Ashwin’s magical spell earned him a 4-fer and now England were 9 wickets down with less than 300 runs on the board.Day… Read full this story
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