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Ind vs Eng 4th Test Day 1: English players appeared helpless in front of Akshar Patel and Ashwin in the fourth test match, the whole team was all out for 205 runs

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Ind vs Eng 4th Test Day 1: English players appeared helpless in front of Akshar Patel and Ashwin in the fourth test match, the whole team was all out for 205 runs

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Ind vs Eng 4th Test Match 2021: India vs England were bowled out for 205 in the first innings of the fourth Test match being played between India vs England cricket team at the newly constructed Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad (Ahmedabad). . In the first innings for the team, vice-captain Ben Stokes played the highest half-century of 55 runs. Stokes faced 121 balls and hit six fours and two sixes during his fine innings.

Apart from Ben Stokes, for the team, Jack Crawley hit nine off 30 balls with one four, Dom Sibley two from eight balls, Johnny Bairstow (67 balls) with six fours, 28, captain Joe Root one nine balls. Five with the help of, Ollie Pope with 29 off 87 balls, Dan Lawrence from 74 balls with eight fours, 46 wicketkeeper Ben Fox one from 12 balls, Dom Bess three from 16 balls, Jack Leach He made seven off 17 balls with the help of a four and James Anderson scored an unbeaten 10 in 15 balls with the help of a four.

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In the first innings for India, 27-year-old spinner Akshar Patel (bowling great) once achieved maximum four successes. Patel made opener Jack Crowley, Dom Sibley, Dan Lawrence and Dom Bess the victim. Apart from Patel, Ravichandran Ashwin scored three for the team, Mohammad Siraj two and Washington Sundar achieved one.

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