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| On Aug 28, 2021 4:38 PM IST

India vs England Live: Ollie Robinson OVER The MOON CELEBRATION After Virat Kohli Wicket – WATCH

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The test series between India and England took a turn in the 3rd Test when the home team, England started to bowl in perfect areas and were successful in dismissing visitors for a low total of 78. Then, the England batters displayed their skills in providing a good start and stabilizing the team in the middle-order. They posted 432 runs on the board, with a lead of 354 runs, which was too much for the Indian team.

WATCH Ollie Robinson Celebration after Virat Kohli’s Wicket

England fast bowler Ollie Robinson is all over the moon after taking Indian captain Virat Kohli’s wicket in the ENG vs IND 3rd Test Match.

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The Indian captain was going quite well with a total control over his batting. In the same over, he completed his half-century. But the bowler Ollie Robinson has been quite accurate about his line-lengths and with a brisk pace has taken wickets at his will.

England vs India Live: Home team wins the test match by an innings by 76 runs

The Indian batters lost 4 quick wickets after an important wicket of Indian captain Virat Kohli. It was all going well until Virat kohli and Ajinkya Rahane were batting in a confident manner. But, the spell of James Anderson and Ollie Robinson brought England back in the game again who took 4 wickets, and 1 wicket was also taken by Moeen Ali. The players like Rahane and Rishabh Pant failed to contribute, which was the main concern of downfall.

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The Indian team have finally lost the test match by an innings and 76 runs on the back of England’s excellent bowling performances and calculative batting performances. The captain Joe Root too will be elated by his consistent scores in the series, while Ollie Robinson took a total of 7 wickets in the match.

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