“England did actually what India did in Chennai 2008” : Twitteratis Compares the Root-Bairstow Epicshow At Edgbaston With Sachin-Yuvi’s In Chennai Test.

    The magnificent England team led by the new captain Ben Stokes has clinched the victory in the fifth rescheduled test against India at Edgbaston. The proceedings of the first three days have been completely dominated by the Indian team, but as England steps in to chase the target the likes of Johnny Bairstow and Joe Root come up with magnificent centuries to take the England team beyond the victory line. Joe Root put the knock of 142*(173) and Jonny Bairstow 114*(145). 

     Indian bowlers have almost lost the system from the surface as the ball didn’t provide in the movement which was actually making the English batsman to pound on the bowlers. In the fourth innings, Hanuman Vihari dropped a catch of Johnny Bairstow in the second slip which has caused India to defeat where they have a golden chance of 2nd test series victory on the soil of England. 

    This has been the majestic victory of the English team as they have shown the complete fit on their counter-attacking chase under the pillar of Joe Root and Ben Stokes. In the first innings India has completely taken control of the game as the likes of Rishabh pant and Ravindra Jadeja have stamped the score of 416 runs but in the second innings, India has stuttered on the figures of 245 which has truly started the cause of defeat for the side. 

      The vintage Joe root has made a 28th-century office test career and he is currently the highest century maker among the fab four batsmen of world cricket. In the last five tests he was everything at more than 100 runs for a test match this indicates that he is currently riding at the top of his career form. On this occasion, Twitter have thrown a splendid reaction on the victory led by Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow and collated it with the Epic show of Sachin Tendulkar and Yuvraj Singh in Chennai test of 2008.

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