IND vs ENG: England captain Joe Root opened his tongue after losing, said his heart

New Delhi: The last match of the four-match series between India and England (IND vs ENG) was played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. In this match, India beat England by an innings and 25 runs. With this, India also captured the series 3–1. After the embarrassing defeat in the Test series, a big statement has come from England captain Joe Root.

Root explained the reason for the defeat

After losing the series against India, England captain Joe Root has given the reason for this. Root (Joe Root) said in the press conference after the match, ‘We had a chance to win the match, but we failed. In this case, India has been better than our team in the last three matches and they should give credit to it. It has been disappointing for us to finish the series like this but we should move forward as a team.

England kneels in front of Ashwin-Akshar

In the second innings of the fourth Test match of the series, the England team succumbed to Axar Patel and Ravichandran Ashwin (R Ashwin). Ashwin-Akshar took all 10 wickets of England in his second innings. Ashwin and Akshar took 5-5 wickets in the second innings. Talking about the entire series, Ashwin has taken 32 wickets in this series, while Akshar has managed to take 27 wickets.

Pant-Sunder’s brilliant game

In the last Test match of the series, Rishabh Pant and Washington Sundar showed a great game. Rishabh played a brilliant century of 101 runs in India’s first innings. While Sundar scored an unbeaten 96 runs. Thanks to the excellent innings of Pant and Sundar, India managed to take a big lead over England in the first innings.

Made in the finals of the World Test Championship

After beating England 3–1 in the four-match series, they made it to the final of the World Test Championship (WTC). India needed to win the series 4–0, 3–1 or 2–1 to reach the final of the World Test Championship (WTC). India will now face New Zealand in the final of the World Test Championship (WTC) at Lord’s (Lords) ground in June.

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