The wicket at The Oval aided the pacers early on before becoming a batting beauty. On day five, Indian bowlers still managed to get enough out of it for a famous win
In one sensational post-lunch spell on Day 5 of the fourth Test against England, India pacer Jasprit Bumrah unleashed hell
Shardul not only hit two half centuries (57 and 60), but also took crucial wickets as India thrash England by 157 runs at the Oval
It was Bumrah, who tilted the match in India's favour in the post-lunch session on the final day of the fourth Test, with his two-wicket burst
England secured a 99-run lead on day two of the fourth Test but India came up with a huge second innings effort to set the hosts a stiff 368-run target
The Oval track did not offer much assistance to the fast bowlers but Jasprit Bumrah, Umesh Yadav and Shardul Thakur shared seven wickets
After setting a 368-run target, India dismissed England for 210 at The Oval, London. Read match report here
Rory Burns and Haseeb Hameed also added 135 runs in 50 overs for the first wicket in England’s only innings in the third Test match at Leeds
India took ten wickets on the final day of the fourth Test against England to register only the second win at the Oval. Catch highlights here
Ajinkya Rahane has scores of 5, 1, 61, 18, 10, 14 and 0 in four Test matches but Rathour said there is no reason to worry
The BCCI medical team isolated Shastri, bowling coach Bharat Arun, fielding coach R Sridhar, and physiotherapist Nitin Patel as a precautionary measure
At stumps on day 4, England were 77 for no loss with Haseeb Hameed (43) and Rory Burns (31) in the middle, still needing 291 more for win
England make a solid start to the chase after Rishab Pant-Shardul Thakur stand powered India to 466 in the second innings
Rohit Sharma (127) and Cheteshwar Pujara (61) set up India's big second innings total of 466 in the fourth Test against England at the Oval, London
The Indian skipper achieved the feat during his 44-run knock in the Indian second innings on the fourth day of the fourth Test match
The incident occurred in the 34th over of India's second innings when KL Rahul, who had scored a patient 46 off 101 balls, was caught off James Anderson
Catch Day 4 highlights and cricket scores of the fourth Test match between England and India, being played at the Oval, London
The match saw 13 wickets falling on day one with India getting all out for 191, but the conditions seemed to have improved after that
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