Team India won after 7 years at Lord’s, these 6 turning points changed the course of the match

Team India has won the second test match played between India and England at Lord’s. After 7 years, the Indian team has won on this ground. This is India’s third win at Lord’s.

In this match, there was a situation of ups and downs in the game of four days, but such a turning point came in the game of the fifth day that India created history. On the 5th day, the lower order batsmen of the Indian team performed well. At the same time, when it came to bowling, England’s batsmen became helpless in front of the Indian fast attack.

Two wickets lost on one run

Both the England openers could not even open the account. England’s two wickets had fallen on the score of one. Even the in-form captain Joe Root could not do anything amazing. Team India had given a target of 272 runs to England in the Lord’s Test.

Blow before tea

Young batsman Haseeb Hameed and captain Joe Root tried to handle the innings. Both shared a 43-run partnership for the third wicket. This pair was getting dangerous that Ishant Sharma gave the third blow to England by LBW to Hameed. Hameed was dismissed after scoring 9 runs. England got the fourth blow just before tea.

Strong performance in the last session

Team India started the last session brilliantly. In the very first over after tea, Jasprit Bumrah gave a big blow to England by getting Joe Root caught at slip by Kohli. England’s 5 wickets had fallen for 67 runs.

Bumrah and Shami took over

The fourth day’s play was called off prematurely due to bad light. Team India scored 181 runs for the loss of 6 wickets till the stumps. Rishabh Pant 14 and Ishant Sharma returned unbeaten on 4, but after the dismissal of these two batsmen on the 5th day, Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah took the lead.

Record partnership for the 9th wicket

Shami shared a record-breaking 9th wicket partnership with Jasprit Bumrah in the second match of the Test series against England. He scored the second fifty of his career. Shami completed his half-century in the 106th over of the innings by hitting a six off Moeen Ali. Shami completed his fifty in 57 balls. He played an innings of 56 not out off 70 balls. Shami hit 6 fours and 1 six.

Team India declared the innings at the right time

The Indian team declared its second innings on the score of 298. It was in favor of Team India. Based on the first innings lead, England needed 272 runs to win this match. Team India scored 364 runs in the first innings. England’s first innings was reduced to 391 runs. India won this match by 151 runs.

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