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England won 1st Test after crushing India by 227 runs leads series 1-0

England won 1st Test in Chennai after crushing India by 227 runs leads series 1-0.

According to Team India’s skipper, Virat Kohli who was disappointed after the loss as India did no put enough pressure on the English batsmen in the first innings was the main reason for the loss. As the pitch was slow for the first two days so it was easy to bat as rotating strike was easy so more runs were scored by England.

The final scores were England batting first scored 578 & 178 and Indian batting second scored 337 & 192, England won by 227 runs.

India did not field well in the 1st innings and England was able to post a Mammoth score of 578 in their 1st innings was the major cause of Team India’s defeat.

In the 4th innings, India chasing a target of 420 runs got all out for 192 as wickets fell like nine pins due to some great reverse swing by James Anderson (3/17) as well as good spin bowling by Jack Leach (4/76).

Kevin Pietersen poked India by tweeting in Hindi as He advised India not to celebrate so much and to gear up for the series against England.



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