The most exciting match between India and England is taking place at Lord’s Ground. On the fourth day of the match, veteran batsmen Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane faced criticism for a long time and had a good innings with the bat. Pujara, who scored 35 runs in the second innings, scored 206 balls and played 45 innings. His innings was ended by England fast bowler Mark Wood. This wicket has brought joy and tension to England.
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In fact, looking at the ball of Pujara’s outa, one can better understand the mood of the pitch. England are happy to have taken a big wicket at Pujara and Rahane’s century partnership has been broken, but he knows he must bat in the last innings of the match. This should not be easy. India’s lead has now risen to 154 runs. If India make the breakthrough over 200, it will not be easy for England to reach the target on the last day of the match.
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The poor light interrupted the game for a few overs before the end of the day, after which the umpires decided to stop the day’s play. At the time, wicketkeeper batsman Rishabh Pant was unbeaten on 14 and fast bowler Ishant Sharma on 4. Mark Wood was the most successful bowler for England in the second innings, taking three wickets. Apart from them, spinner Moeen Ali has taken two wickets and Sam Karan has been given one wicket.