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India vs England, 3rd Test, Day 4: Key Highlights

first_imgHello and welcome to the LIVE coverage from Day 4 of the third Test between India and England in Mohali. (SCORECARD)India (2nd innings): HighlightsMohali Test: India (417, 104/2) beat England (283, 236) by 8 wickets, take an unbeatable 2-0 series lead. Parthiv 67*, Pujara 25, Rashid 1/28#TeamIndia win the Mohali Test by 8 wickets to lead the 5-match series 2-0 @Paytm Test Cricket #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/9TALweDFL4 BCCI (@BCCI) November 29, 2016Chasing a small total, India lost Vijay early but the southpaw Parthiv Patel’s brisk fifty kept India in control it sealed the game and the series for the hosts. They will be delighted with the way they have played so far, stepping up when put under pressure. Their batting has been a bit hot and cold but their all-rounders have risen to the occasion every single time.England have been outplayed yet again in this series and they will have their work cut out to comeback in this series. They had their moments in the game but failed to make them count. They won a vital toss but failed to make it count, scoring just 283 thanks to Bairstow’s 89. They then came back with the ball to reduce the hosts to 204/6 but lost the plot again. 15.28 IST: Batty to Patel, FOUR! Patel stands in his crease and hoists the ball over the cover region for a boundary. The ball raced away towards the boundary and INDIA WIN THE 3rd TEST MATCH WITH 8 WICKETS. It’s all over – India win by 8 wickets to go 2 up in the series with 2 to play #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/lKgNU0akREadvertisement England Cricket (@englandcricket) November 29, 201615.24 IST: Rashid to Kohli, takes two runs to bring up 100 for India. Hosts need just 3 more to winIndia captain Virat Kohli comes to the crease now. 15.17 IST: Rashid to Pujara, OUT! c Root 25 (50b). India need just 15 more runs to win WICKET! Pujara sweeps uppishly off Rashid & Root takes the catch. India 88-2 – just 15 from victory #INDvENGLive: https://t.co/vBheEBdBuv pic.twitter.com/LDAVnwUbuW England Cricket (@englandcricket) November 29, 201615.05 IST: Batty to Patel, FOUR! Superb work! Shorter outside off, Pujara presses at first but then camps back and punches it through covers for a majestic boundary. 3rd Test. 14.2: G Batty to P Patel (55), 4 runs, 80/1 https://t.co/XCN10YdeFc #IndvEng @Paytm BCCI (@BCCI) November 29, 201615.02 IST: Rashid to Parthiv, takes a single and gets to his fifth Test fifty with India just 29 runs away from victory.A delightful 50 off 39 balls from @parthiv9 @Paytm Test Cricket #INDvENG. Follow the game here – https://t.co/XCN10YuPwK pic.twitter.com/nGXCtTTFHk BCCI (@BCCI) November 29, 201615.02 IST; Rashid to Parthiv, SIX! BOOM! Patel steps down the track for a handsome hit for a maximum over the mid on boundary. That was a glorious hit.3rd Test. 13.3: A Rashid to P Patel (49), 6 runs, 73/1 https://t.co/XCN10YdeFc #IndvEng @Paytm BCCI (@BCCI) November 29, 201614.55 IST: M Ali to Parthiv, FOUR! Pitched short by Ali and Patel pounces on it to smash on the mid-wicket region for a well composed boundary. Fifty-run stand up between Parthiv and Pujara. Ind 57/1, need 46 more runs to winMoeen Ali into the attack. 14.35 IST: Eventful first over by Ben Stokes after tea break. First ball, Parthiv was trapped infront but not given out and in review there was a thick inside edge involved.14.13 IST: India 417 and 33/1 at tea, need 70 more runs to beat England (283 and 236). Parthiv Patel 16*, Cheteshwar Pujara 13*, Chris Woakes 1/16. At Tea on Day 4 #IND are 33/1 need 70 more runs to win the match #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/mJu3m45EIt BCCI (@BCCI) November 29, 2016So India despite losing the wicket of Murali Vijay look in firm control of the game, needing further 70 more runs to take a 2-0 lead in the series. England began with short ball tactic and priced out the wicket of Vijay and will look to put more pressure on India to induce some bad shots. Parthiv and Pujara have looked positive and played their shots and India will want to them to continue the good work and seal the game for them. Do join us in a while for the third session. 14.13 IST: Rashid to Pujara, Pujara gets in line of the delivery to defend it. THAT WILL BE TEA ON DAY 4 TEA India are 33-1, requiring just 70 more to win the match #INDvENGCatch up: https://t.co/vBheEBdBuv pic.twitter.com/417Ri8L0fy England Cricket (@englandcricket) November 29, 201614.05 IST: Woakes to Parthiv, FOUR! Parthiv is only dealing in boundaries. Ind 417 and 16/1, need 87 runs to win13.52 IST: Woakes to Vijay, OUT! Woakes digs in short and Vijay can’t play it to ground as the ball airs from the outside edge to the second slip fielder. Root does not miss those. Ind 417 and 7/1, need 96 runs to winadvertisementWICKET! Woakes strikes early as Vijay goes for 0, ct by Root. India 7-1 chasing 103 to win #INDvENGLive: https://t.co/vBheEBdBuv pic.twitter.com/njCgKJ0DLN England Cricket (@englandcricket) November 29, 201613.45 IST: James Anderson starts off the proceedings for England with a maiden. India 0/0, need 103 runs to win England 283 and 236-all out. Hameed 59*, Woakes 30, Shami 2/37, Jadeja 2/62. India need 103 runs to win.  Innings Break! England all out for 236 in their 2nd innings, #IND need 103 runs to win the 3rd Test #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/Bin3KUEvvL BCCI (@BCCI) November 29, 2016England started up with some really good batting yesterday at the start till Ashwin shattered through the defence of Cook, they looked shaky after that as they lost 3 quick wickets till the end of the day. Batty came in as the night watchman who was sent back packing in the first over he faced today.Root and Buttler were batting batted well till Buttler threw it away with a rash shot. Root got his half-century but could not carry on long so no tons in this Test and was dismissed by a fantastic catch in the slips by Rahane. Hameed who came in late due to his injury kept fighting till he could as he ran away through partners on the other end. Woakes and Rashid got shattered by some tremendous body line stuff by Shami with the new ball.Anderson stuck up for sometime but he was run out from a brilliant fielding effort by Jadeja. Hameed stays not out with a very brilliant knock of 59. India will have to chase down a target of 103 runs to win the 3rd test and take a lead of 2-0 in the 5 match series. 13.37 IST: Ashwin to Anderson, OUT! RUN OUT TO END PROCEEDINGS! Fuller on middle, Hameed heaves it towards mid-wicket and is always looking for the second. They complete the first early, Jadeja fields the ball and fires the throw at the non-striker’s end. Ashwin fields the ball and deflects it onto the stumps as Anderson has to stretch to complete the second. The third umpire is referred and Anderson is caught short of the crease. Hameed stays unbeaten and he gets congratulated by the Indian players. INDIA NEED 103 RUNS TO WIN!90.2: WICKET! J Anderson (5) is out, run out (Ravindra Jadeja/Ravichandran Ashwin), 236 all out BCCI (@BCCI) November 29, 201613.33 IST: England’s lead crosses 100 with their score being 235/9 in 90 overs. Hameed 58*, Anderson 5*.13.27 IST: Ashwin to Hameed, SIX! The 19-year-old brings up his second fifty in style. Hameed has timed it to perfection and gets it over the ropes for a maximum. The fielder on mid wicket was a bare spectator there. Eng lead by 93 runs5??0?? for @HaseebHameed97, brought up by a big six! Heroic effort from the young man, who is batting with a finger injury ??? ?? #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/U9M1fczlJdadvertisement England Cricket (@englandcricket) November 29, 201613.15 IST: Shami to Hameed, NOT OUT! Waste of a review! Shorter length outside off, Hameed looks to pull it through but is beaten. Shami puts his hand up to appeal but is not sure. Vijay from cover comes in and wants Kohli to take a review. They go for it and the replays confirm there was no bat there. Waste of a review really. 13.08 IST: Umesh to Anderson, FOUR! 200 comes up for England for the loss of 9 wickets, lead by 66 runs13.00 IST: Shami to Rashid, OUT! And Shami takes another one! Shorter ball angling on the body, Rashid goes for the hook. The ball flies down to Umesh Yadav at deep fine leg who accepts the dolly. Virat Kohli is delighted and why not. Rashid is out for a two-ball duck. India inch closer, Eng 283 and 195/9, lead by 61 runs83.4: WICKET! A Rashid (0) is out, c Umesh Yadav b Mohammed Shami, 195/9 https://t.co/XCN10YdeFc #IndvEng @Paytm BCCI (@BCCI) November 29, 201612.58 IST: Shami to Woakes, OUT! That’s such a brilliant piece of fast bowling! Shami follows the shorter one with another one. It is well directed too, Woakes his eyes off that one and looks to fend it away. The ball goes off the top half of the bat and lobs back towards Parthiv Patel who accepts the catch and jumps in the air to celebrate. Shami set him up brilliantly and he has a wicket to his name. End of a stubborn 43-run stand. Eng 195/8, lead by 61 runs83.2: WICKET! C Woakes (30) is out, c Parthiv Patel b Mohammed Shami, 195/8 https://t.co/XCN10YdeFc #IndvEng @Paytm BCCI (@BCCI) November 29, 201612.58 IST: Shami to Woakes, NASTY! Shami bangs it short on of and middle, Woakes takes his eyes off that one and is hit flush on his helmet. He was looking to pull that one but was hit on the side. The ear-protectors come off in a flash and the players come up to him to ask if he is okay there. Woakes gives them a thumbs up and that is good to see, the Indian skipper having a chat with the batsman. 12.49 IST: New ball has been taken by India. Umesh will have a crack at the batsmen first up. 12.49 IST: Hameed and Woakes have quickly added 43 runs for the 8th wicket. Eng 283 and 195/7, lead by 61 runs12.13 IST: Jadeja starts off the proceedings post lunch with a maiden. Eng 283 and 156/7, lead by 22 runs12.11 IST: Play commences post lunch with Ravindra Jadeja in the attack. Chris Woakes to take strike. 11.31 IST: England 283 and 156/7 at lunch, lead India (417) by 22 runs. Joe Root 78, Haseeb Hameed 13*, Jayant Yadav 2/21, Ravindra Jadeja 2/39At Lunch on Day 4 #ENG are 156/7. Follow the game here – https://t.co/XCN10YuPwK #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/RBFHAauNNQ BCCI (@BCCI) November 29, 2016Another good session for India as they continue to dominate the proceedings in Mohali. India began with dismissing Batty early and Buttler fell to a poor shot soon after. Root though held on end up for long to register his fifty. But as has been the pattern so far, no batsman has got a ton here and he was snapped up brilliantly by Rahane. England lead by 22 runs but only have three wickets left in the tank. LUNCH England head into the break 156-7 & lead by 22 runs #INDvENGCatch up: https://t.co/vBheEBdBuv pic.twitter.com/Znk4dfgNdL England Cricket (@englandcricket) November 29, 201611.20 IST: Jadeja to Root, OUT! Root is dismissed by a beautiful catch taken by Rahane on slips. He edges it and Rahane takes it with his left hand. For a moment he himself could not believe it. England have lost their 7th wicket. Eng 283 and 152/7, lead by 18 runs WICKET Root’s top knock ends on 78 – Rahane takes a fine catch at slip off Jadeja. England 152-7, lead by 18Live: https://t.co/vBheEBdBuv England Cricket (@englandcricket) November 29, 201666.3: WICKET! J Root (78) is out, c Ajinkya Rahane b Ravindra Jadeja, 152/7 https://t.co/XCN10YdeFc #IndvEng @Paytm BCCI (@BCCI) November 29, 201611.00 IST: Ashwin to Root, FOUR!! Nicely done! Fuller outside off, Root gets to the pitch of the ball and drives it through covers for a boundary. A nice shot to get into the lead! ENGLAND LEAD BY 3 RUNS!10.24 IST:  Dogged Joe Root brings up his 25th Test half-century. Still a long way to go with England trailing by 21 runs.A fine, battling 5??0?? for Joe Root. England trail by 21. As long as he’s there, do England have a slim chance? #INDvENG pic.twitter.com/pt9lpWq0jk England Cricket (@englandcricket) November 29, 201610.21 IST: Shami comes on to bowl and fires in short balls at Hameed. However, the youngster did a good job. Haseeb Hameed walks out to the middle. 10.05 IST: Out. The bowling change has worked for India as Jayant Yadav strikes by getting rid of Jos Buttler for 18. Looking for the big shot, Buttler plays straight into the hands of the midwicket fielder.Bowling change, Jayant Yadav into the attack. 9.58 IST: Buttler brings up England’s 100  by tapping one to the third man boundary, deficit now 31 runs. Can we expect an England counter-attack?9.54 IST: Top over from Jadeja and that too a maiden. Joe Root had not no clue with the ball turning sharp. 9.46 IST: England looking to take Jadeja out of the attack and Buttler goes after him by hitting a big six. Jadeja concedes a big over, 12 off it. England here need a partnership and try reducing the deficit. Jos Buttler is the new batsman at the crease. England still trailing India. 9.36 IST: Out. Ravindra Jadeja starts with a wicket-maiden as he strikes in second over of the morning session by trapping Gareth Batty lbw for 0. Batty prefers not to go for the review also, wise decision.9.34 IST: Brilliant first over by Umesh Yadav, starts with a maiden. 9.28 IST: Players now making their way out to the middle…looks like Umesh Yadav will start the proceedings for India. Pitch report by Sunil Gavaskar and Nasser Hussain: “There are a few cracks around the fullish length area, there are some odd deliveries which kept pretty low. Footwork is going to be the key, use the depth of the crease and make necessary adjustments. Shami and Umesh might try to get some reverse swing out there.” A closer look at the Day 4 pitch. How do you reckon this is going to play up? #INDvENG @Paytm Test cricket pic.twitter.com/JfRTAob6It&; BCCI (@BCCI) November 29, 2016Day 3 wrap: Ravichandran Ashwin led from the front, claiming three wickets to reduce England to 78/4 at stumps on day three of the third Test at the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) IS Bindra Stadium.After conceding a 134-run lead in the first innings, England lost their top order – skipper Alastair Cook (12), Moeen Ali (5), Jonny Bairstow (15) and Ben Stokes (5) – in quick succession, to still trail by 56 runs.Joe Root, who opened the innings in place of injured Haseeb Hameed, was unbeaten on 36 along with night-watchman Gareth Batty (0) when the umpires removed the bails for the night.Coming out to bat in the post-tea session after bundling India out for 417 in their first innings, England found the going tough on a pitch which gradually came to the Indian spinners’ assistance.Trailing by 134 runs, Cook with make-shift opener Root batted cautiously for the initial few overs but the southpaw’s 49-ball stay was soon ended by Ashwin, who managed to break through his defence.Cook’s wicket brought in Moeen Ali, whose struggle with the willow continued as Ashwin bamboozled him with a flighted delivery – and fellow offie Jayant Yadav pouched him with ease at mid-on.Struggling at 39/2, England promoted Jonny Bairstow to No.4 for the first time in his career but the wicketkeeper too departed after forging a brief 31-run third-wicket stand with Root.Bairstow’s wicket belonged more to wicket-keeper Parthiv Patel, who took a brilliant low catch off Jayant, when the right-handed batsman went back into the crease only to end up nicking it behind.Ashwin then returned to take the wicket of danger-man Ben Stokes, who found himself squared up by a delivery pitched on the off and middle stump.The controversial Decision Review System (DRS) came to India’s rescue by ruling Stokes out after the on-field umpire was not convinced by Ashwin’s call for a leg-before as the visitors found themselves tottering at 78/4, still 56 runs behind the host’s first innings score.last_img read more

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