India Vs England 4th Test: Moeen Thrashes India; England Secure The Series
Moeen Ali was the man of the moment for England, as they won the match with a 60-run win on a grasping fourth day of the 4th Test in Southampton.
This victory expands England’s record of losing only a single home series since 2012.
This is Moeen Ali’s 6th man-of-the-match award in Tests. Since his debut, only one player has received more – Steve Smith (8). #EngvInd
— Mazher Arshad (@MazherArshad) 2 September 2018
India needed 245 to win, however early setbacks reduced them to 22-3 on an uneven pitch. Skipper Virat Kohli could have been given out lbw to off-spinner Moeen Ali on nine, yet he surveyed after which he added 101 runs with Ajinkya Rahane.
What a Test Match return for @moeenali
India’s 111 run partnership is broken and their skipper is back in the shed.
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) 2 September 2018
Indeed, even after Kohli was gotten at short leg off Moeen for 58, Rahane hauled the runs took the target underneath 100 runs.
Be that as it may, Rahane and Rishabh Pant fell in quick succession to Moeen Ali. This started the batting collapse of India amid which they lost four wickets for 13 runs and were eventually all out on 184 runs.
Moeen Ali is back. Far greater threat than Adil Rashid. But India have the partnership they needed. Irrespective of how much longer it goes, this is highly skilled batting from Kohli and Rahane.
— Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) 2 September 2018
Man of the match Moeen, on his arrival to the side, finished with 4-71 to complete coordinate figures of 9-134 with a sublime innings of 40 runs in England’s first innings.
Having won the series by 3-1, England will now face India in the 5th and last Test, which starts on September 7, Friday at The Oval cricket ground.
India Vs England Scorecard – 4th Test
- England’s 1st Innings: 246 all out (76.4 Overs, RR: 3.2)
- India’s 1st Innings: 273 all out (84.5 Overs, RR: 3.21)
- England’s 2nd Innings: 271 all out (96.1 Overs, RR: 2.81)
- India’s 2nd Innings: 184 all out (69.4 Overs, RR: 2.64)
- Result: England won by 60 runs
Moeen Ali was dropped from the side after Ashes he went back to his county Worcestershire scored double hundred took wickets then made a comeback to the team with a match winning performance,Kohli can we do the same with Indian players like Pandya,Rahul,Pant ?? #ENGvIND #INDvENG
— Shoeb Zama (@shoebzama83) 2 September 2018
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