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India vs England 1st Test Day 4: Action in Images

Updated On Jan 31, 2024 09:48 AM IST
  • India are all kinds of pressure by a resurgent England team with Tom Hartley taking four wickets as the visitors chase a target of 231
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England stunned India as they won the first Test in Hyderabad by 28 runs despite the hosts, who suffered just their fourth loss in the format home in over a decade, taking a 190-run lead in the first innings. (ANI ) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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England stunned India as they won the first Test in Hyderabad by 28 runs despite the hosts, who suffered just their fourth loss in the format home in over a decade, taking a 190-run lead in the first innings. (ANI )

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Chasing a target of 231 on Day 4, India were all out for 202 runs. (REUTERS) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Chasing a target of 231 on Day 4, India were all out for 202 runs. (REUTERS)

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Debutant Tom Hartley suffered a horrendous start to his international career in India's first innings but he turned it around with sensational figures of 7/62 in the second. (PTI) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Debutant Tom Hartley suffered a horrendous start to his international career in India's first innings but he turned it around with sensational figures of 7/62 in the second. (PTI)

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England's victory was powered by Hartley's performance with the ball and Ollie Pope with the bat. Like Hartley, Pope struggled in the first innings, being dismissed for just one run in 11 balls. In the second though, he ended up outscoring India's lead on his own, eventually being dismissed for 196 in 278 balls. (PTI) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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England's victory was powered by Hartley's performance with the ball and Ollie Pope with the bat. Like Hartley, Pope struggled in the first innings, being dismissed for just one run in 11 balls. In the second though, he ended up outscoring India's lead on his own, eventually being dismissed for 196 in 278 balls. (PTI)

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Pope frustrated India early on Day 4 with England's tail-enders. He put up a 64-run stand with Rehan Ahmed and then an 80-run stand with Hartley. He was the last man to fall for England as they put up a score of 420 in addition to their first innings total of 246. (REUTERS) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Pope frustrated India early on Day 4 with England's tail-enders. He put up a 64-run stand with Rehan Ahmed and then an 80-run stand with Hartley. He was the last man to fall for England as they put up a score of 420 in addition to their first innings total of 246. (REUTERS)

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India dominated the England bowlers in the first innings but they struggled to get going in the second. Hartley took the first four Indian wickets.  (AP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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India dominated the England bowlers in the first innings but they struggled to get going in the second. Hartley took the first four Indian wickets.  (AP)

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Shubman Gill's poor form in Test cricket continued as he fell for a two-ball duck. India ended up losing their top five for just 107 runs. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Shubman Gill's poor form in Test cricket continued as he fell for a two-ball duck. India ended up losing their top five for just 107 runs. (AFP)

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The in-form KL Rahul tried to lead a recovery but fell for 22 runs. India's biggest partnership later came in the form of Ravichandran Ashwin and Axar Patel's 57-run stand for the eighth wicket. While it looked like India would be able to take the match to a fifth day, Hartley returned to wipe out the tail and confirm a sensational victory for England. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Jan 31, 2024 09:48 AM IST

The in-form KL Rahul tried to lead a recovery but fell for 22 runs. India's biggest partnership later came in the form of Ravichandran Ashwin and Axar Patel's 57-run stand for the eighth wicket. While it looked like India would be able to take the match to a fifth day, Hartley returned to wipe out the tail and confirm a sensational victory for England. (AFP)

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