Ind Vs Eng 4th Test: India beats England at Oval after 50 years, takes 2-1 lead

The fourth test was a historic win for the Indian team as they have won a match in the Oval after 50 long years. The hosts made a good start at the beginning of the fourth test and, they had an upper hand as they won the toss. The Englishmen were able to restrict the Indian team to 191, and after that, they took the lead by scoring 290.

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The Indian cricket team led by dynamic and aggressive captain Virat Kohli knows how to create history and break records. The Indian team beat the England team by 157 runs in the fourth test match played at the Oval cricket stadium. 

The fourth test was a historic win for the Indian team as they have won a match in the Oval after 50 long years. The hosts made a good start at the beginning of the fourth test and, they had an upper hand as they won the toss. The Englishmen were able to restrict the Indian team to 191, and after that, they took the lead by scoring 290.

When the Indian team was batting for the second innings, England bowlers could not do much about the Indian team. Rohit Sharma scored a whopping 127 runs that helped the Indian side to build a big target for the English team. Shardul Thakur again scored a half-century in the second innings, taking the score further. Unfortunately, Virat missed his half-century and, Rishabh Pant got caught immediately after finishing his 50. 

Bowlers did an impressive job on the fifth and final day of the match. The whole game was dependent on how the Indian bowlers' bowl. Shardul Thakur gave a much-needed breakthrough and ended the opening partnership of 100 runs. After that, Jasprit Bumrah immersed himself in the game and showed the magic he possesses to the world. Because of the combined efforts of Mohammad Siraj, Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah and Shardul Thakur India were able to win the match on the fifth day.

Both the teams will play the fifth and final test in Manchester on 10 September. In Manchester, England has the chance to tie the series as the Indian side will look forward to winning the series.