Virat Kohli scored a century, England’s target of 521 runs

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Virat Kohli’s team India has stepped in to strengthen the victory against England in the third cricket Test match. Team India successfully managed to score huge scores in its second innings on the third day of the match, thanks to centuries from Virat Kohli (103 runs) and Cheteshwar Pujara (72 runs) and hearty Pandya (52 not out). India scored 352 for seven in 110 overs in the second innings. After a 168-run gain on the basis of the first innings, England has a huge target of 521 runs to win the match. On the third day in reply, England’s second innings at stumps were 23 not out without losing the wicket. Alastair Cook 9 and Keaton Jennings are on the crease at 13 runs. On the fourth day of the match, tomorrow fans will be seen on bowlers of Team India. Everyone is hopeful that the Indian team will be able to win the test and score the series 2-1. Significantly, Team India had scored 329 runs in its first innings, in reply to England’s first innings, the England team scored 161 runs.

England’s second innings started under the burden of huge scores of Team India, by Alastair Cook and Keaton Jennings. Jaspreet Bumrah was the first to be beaten off. In the second over, thrown by Ishant Sharma, there were three runs while Jennings made two fours in the next over of Bumrah. Relief for England was that he did not lose any wicket on the third day in the second innings. The pair of Cook and Jennings thrashed the third day without losing the wicket.

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