On the fourth day of the first cricket Test against England, India scored 337 runs in the first innings. England scored 578 runs in the first innings, leaving the Indian team behind by 241 runs in the first innings. However, England decided not to follow suit. For India, Rishabh Pant scored 91, Washington Sundar scored an unbeaten 85 and Cheteshwar Pujara scored 73 runs. Dome Day four for England, while James Anderson, Joffra Archer and Jack Leach are taking two wickets each.
The highlight of the Indian innings on the fourth day was the batting of 21-year-old Washington Sundar. Sundar scored 85 runs off 138 balls with the help of 12 fours and two sixes. He has scored a half-century in the second Test. He scored 62 and 22 in his first Test against Australia. Everyone is praising Sundar’s innings. Former Team India player Sanjay Manjrekar has described Sundar as an amazing talent.
Sundar’s innings came at a time when the Indian team was in a situation after losing six wickets for 225 runs. Sundar shared an 80-run partnership with spinner Ravichandran Ashwin for the seventh wicket. Ashwin also played a comfortable 31-run knock off 91 balls with the help of three balls and a six. However, after taking the new ball on the fourth day, England broke Ashwin-Sundar’s partnership. Expensive bowler Jack Leach is taking two wickets fast with the new ball tomorrow. After Ashwin, he dismissed Nadeem without opening an account. At the same time, Anderson first dismissed Ishant Sharma and then Jaspreet Bumrah and bundled out the Indian innings for 337 runs.