IND vs ENG Lord’s Test: Team India celebrated in the dressing room, Virat said – Nothing better than this

After making history at the Lord’s Cricket Ground, Team India celebrated a triumph in the dressing room, with Mohammed Siraj dancing and Virat Kohli shouting. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has shared a video of the dressing room celebration on BCCITV. In this video, Team India is seen marching from the grounds to the dressing room. There is nothing better than this win for captain Virat Kohli because the role played by the whole team was amazing. KL Rahul said India lost the Lord’s Test in three days in 2018 and that it brought a lot of embarrassment to the entire team.

On the fifth day at Lord’s Ground, Team India won by 151 runs. Up until the fourth day of the match, England looked very impressive, but on the fifth day, Team India made a strong comeback. After chasing a target of 272, Team India bowled England out for 120. In this match, not a single wicket went into the spinner’s account and England’s fastest bowlers took 20 wickets. KL Rahul scored 129 in the first innings, for which he was awarded the man of the match award. Mohammad Siraj was India’s most successful bowler in this match.

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Siraj took four wickets in each innings. In addition, Rohit Sharma scored 83 in the first innings, Ajinkya Rahane 61 and Mohammad Shami 56 not out in the second innings. In the second innings, India lost by eight wickets for 209, then Shami and Jaspreet Bumrah raised the score to 298. Bumrah returned unbeaten after scoring 34 runs. England won the toss and invited India to bat. India scored 364 in the first innings, while England scored 391 in the first innings. India declared their second innings at 298 for 8 and gave England a target of 272, in response England bowled out for 120 in 51.5 overs.

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