One day after Independence Day, Team India gave the Indians another chance to celebrate. On the next day of the 75th Independence Day, Team India defeated England at Lord’s Ground by calling it a cricket mecca by 151 runs to lead the series 1-0. On the fourth day of the match, the Indian cricket team was completely backfooted, and on the fifth day, Virat and company made a strong comeback and crushed the British. In this win, many senior cricketers including Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, Sourav Ganguly and Yuvraj Singh have given their feedback.
Sachin wrote on Twitter, “Enjoying every moment of this match, Team India bravely faced tough situations.” At the same time, Sehwag wrote, ‘Winning the Lord’s Test after starting the day will save you anything. There are a few teams that come back in this kind of overseas situation. The boys worked brilliantly and as the adage says, don’t make the mistake of underestimating Indians. ‘
That’s some test match # Team India! The
Enjoyed every moment of it. The resilience and courage displayed by the team in tough situations is something that stands out to me.
Very well played! ️
– Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) August 16, 2021
From the beginning of the day, until “Bacha Paayenge Ka” registered this victory at Lord’s, most teams in foreign Test matches cannot turn their fortunes as we did. Kamal Kar Diya Ladkone Th ..
And as they say, never underestimate Indians # The Lord’s Test pic.twitter.com/pLTz49AxUq
– Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) August 16, 2021
It’s an incredible day of Test match cricket and one that every Indian fan will remember for a long time.
Bumrah and Shami fought off the bat at the start of the day, and Siraj, Ishant, Bumrah, Shami’s fast attack gave it their all and India recorded a spectacular win # The Lord’s Test pic.twitter.com/JB2lIZc4iM
– VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) August 16, 2021
In the Lord’s Test, after losing the toss, India went out to bat and scored 364 runs. In reply, England scored 391 in the first innings. Captain Joe Root scored 180. England took a major lead in the first innings. After that, India lost eight wickets for 209 runs in the second innings, but then Jaspreet Bumrah and Mohammad Shami scored 298 runs. India declared their innings at 298 for 8 wickets. Shami, 56, and Bumrah, 34, returned after being dismissed. In this way, India set a target of 272 runs before England. On the last day England had to play 60 overs, but the whole team was bowled out for 120 in 51.5 overs.