India won the 5th Test against England as they secured a commanding win by an innings and 64 runs, propelled by centuries from Gill and Rohit, alongside a five-wicket haul from Ashwin.

In the 5th Test at Dharamsala, India secured a resounding victory over England by an innings and 64 runs. Stellar performances by Shubman Gill and Rohit Sharma, who scored centuries, set the stage for India’s dominance. After restricting England to 218, India amassed 477 runs, establishing a commanding lead of 259 runs.

Ravichandran Ashwin’s five-wicket haul wiped out England’s batting lineup, with support from Jasprit Bumrah and Kuldeep Yadav, who claimed two wickets each.

Despite Joe Root’s valiant 84 runs, England fell short, bowled out for 195. With this win, India wrapped up the five-match series against England with a commanding 4-1 scoreline.

Earlier, Anderson reached a historic milestone as he claimed his 700th victim in Test cricket, dismissing Kuldeep Yadav. This achievement makes Anderson only the third bowler, following Muttiah Muralitharan and Shane Warne, to achieve this remarkable feat. Meanwhile, Shoaib Bashir completed his five-wicket haul with assistance from Ben Foakes’ agile glovework, limiting India to a total of 477 runs. With this, India secured a commanding first-innings lead of 259 runs.

Last Updated on March 9, 2024

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