IND vs ENG 4th Test: In the Oval Test, England captain Joe Root won the toss and invited India to bat. Both the teams have made two changes each for this match.
Rohit Sharma could not play a big innings in the fourth test against England.
In the fourth Test between India and England, Rohit Sharma could not play a big innings. He got out cheaply. Rohit Sharma scored 11 runs. He became a victim of Chris Woakes playing a Test match after a year. His swinging ball took the edge of Rohit’s bat and got caught in the gloves of wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow. Before getting out, Rohit Sharma, along with KL Rahul, faced James Anderson’s first spell in a good way. Both did not allow this legend to succeed and added 28 runs for India in the first seven overs. 20 of these runs came from Anderson’s overs. But as soon as Woakes came, England got the first success. This fast bowler, who came to the Test team after a year, took a wicket in his very first over.
Earlier, England captain Joe Root won the toss and invited India to bat. Indian captain Virat Kohli made two changes in the playing XI. They included Shardul Thakur and Umesh Yadav in place of Mohammed Shami and Ishant Sharma. England also changed their playing XI. Chris Woakes and Olly Pope were replaced by Jos Buttler and Sam Curran. So far both the teams are tied 1-1 in the five-match series. Woakes last played a Test against Sri Lanka in August. After that he was out of the team due to injuries. But now it has come back strongly.
India was troubled even in 2018
He also showed an amazing game during the last tour of India in 2018. Then he scored a century along with taking wickets. Then he took eight wickets in two Tests and scored 149 runs. This includes an unbeaten 137 in the Lord’s Test. Woakes has played 39 Tests for England so far and has taken 113 wickets. Also scored 1321 runs.
Rohit got out at the hands of the keeper for the first time
At the same time, for the first time in the current Test series against England, Rohit Sharma was caught by the wicketkeeper. He was not dismissed like this even once in the first three Tests. In the current series so far, the England wicketkeeper has taken a total of 18 catches. That is, before Rohit Sharma, 18 Indian batsmen were caught by the keeper.
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