Rohit Sharma Reflects on Victory in Intensely Contested 4th Test Series
The pivotal moments of India's win in the fourth Test were shaped by remarkable performances, notably Dhruv Jurel's knocks of 90 and 39 not out. Jurel's partnership with Kuldeep Yadav and Shubman Gill played a decisive role in steering India towards victory. Moreover, debutant fast-bowler Akash Deep's three wickets on the opening day and the stellar bowling displays by Ravichandran Ashwin and Kuldeep in the second innings contributed significantly to India's 17th consecutive Test series win at home.
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Kohli Praises India's Test Series Victory: A Triumph for Our Young Squad
India secured a decisive five-wicket triumph over England in the fourth Test held in Ranchi, solidifying their lead to an unassailable 3-1 in the five-match series. The conclusive Test is scheduled to take place in Dharamsala starting March 7.
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India Clinches Series Victory with 5-Wicket Win Over England in Ranchi Test
Earlier in the day, India displayed resilience as they fought back from a challenging position, thanks to a crucial 76-run partnership between Dhruv Jurel and Kuldeep Yadav for the eighth wicket. Jurel, in only his second Test match, played a remarkable innings, scoring a brilliant 90 off 149 balls. Despite losing Kuldeep to James Anderson, Jurel's determined effort steered India towards a competitive total.
Reflections on the 4th Test: Dhruv Jurel Shares Thoughts on Scoring 90 Against England
However, it was the valiant innings of wicketkeeper Dhruv Jurel, who contributed 90 runs in India's first innings, that truly turned the tide in India's favor. As the hosts set out to chase 192 for victory, openers Rohit Sharma (24 runs, unbeaten) and Yashasvi Jaiswal (16 runs, unbeaten) assumed the responsibility of steering India towards the series win.
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Nilakanta Sharma, Akashdeep Singh, Gurjant Singh, and Jugraj Singh secured goals for India, with Nilakanta and Jugraj scoring from penalty corners, while Akashdeep and Gurjant found the net with field efforts.