Chasing the target of 464 runs from England,the Indian team scored 58 runs for the loss of three wickets in the second innings on the fourth day.
46 and Rahane returned by making 10 runs.The beginning of India’s innings is very bad.Stuart Broad dismissed the captain out for zero.
Earlier,James Anderson also returned the pavilion in the second over without opening the innings with Dhawan (1) and Pujara.
Alastair Cook and Joe Root have played an important role
England declared their second innings at 423/8. In the first innings, he got a 40-run lead.
Alastair Cook and Joe Root have played an important role in bringing England to bigger scores. Both added 259 runs for the third wicket.
During this both of them completed their century.Apart from these, Ben Stokes contributed 37 runs in the team score.
The last innings of Cook’s career ended at 147 runs. Cook has been included in the series of elite batsmen who scored centuries in the debut and the last match.
Before them, only 4 batsmen could have achieved this position in their career. Shami and Jadeja got one wicket each.
Cook became the fifth batsman to make the most runs in Tests
In the 59th over, Cook completed his 76 runs with one run.As soon as this figure reached 12,401 in his Test, he left behind Sri Lanka’s left-arm batsman Kumar Sangakkara in the run-up to the Test.
Sangakkara’s Test runs 12,400 runs. Cook is now at number 5 in terms of making the most runs in the Test.He became the highest run-getter in the left-hand batsmen. Cook achieved this feat in his 161th match.
Score: 292/10, Xtra: 14
Wicket Fall: 6/1, 70/2, 101/3, 103/4, 154/5, 160/6, 237/7, 249/8, 260/9, 292/10
Bowling: Anderson: 21-7-54-2, Broad: 20-6-50-1, Stokes: 16-2-56-2, Moin: 17-3-50-2, Curren: 11-1-49- 1, Rasheed: 10-2-19-1
Record in Oval
Both teams have played 12 Test matches at the Oval.England have won four Tests.At the same time, India won a test only.
In 1971, he defeated England by four wickets.There were seven matches between the two teams.
Talking about the last two matches at the Oval, India lost by innings and 8 runs in 2011 and by innings and 244 runs in 2014.
Both teams for the Oval Test:
India: Shikhar Dhawan, Lokesh Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli (captain), Ajinkya Rahane, Hanuma Vihari, Rishabh Pant (wicketkeeper), Ravindra Jadeja, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami, Jaspreet Bumrah.
England: Alastair Cook, Keaton Jennings, Moin Ali, Joe Root (captain), Johnny Bairstow (wicketkeeper), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler, Sam Karan, Adil Rashid, Stuart Broad, James Anderson.