Ashwin’s century, England’s target to win 462

Indian all-rounder Ravichandran Ashwin scored a great century on the spinning pitch of Chipak. He touched a new milestone by scoring a century in the second innings after taking five wickets for England in the first innings.

The all-rounder of Team India reached the century by hitting a boundary to Moin Ali for 99 runs. In the end, Ashwin 7 was out for 106 runs India’s second innings ended with 26 runs A record 482 runs target against England

Ashwin is in great form with bat and ball The off-spinner’s form continues at bat in the England series as well as in the tour of Australia. Ashwin helped India save the match by scoring a brilliant 39 in the Sydney Test.

He took 5 wickets in the first Test of the series against Australia in Adelaide Then five wickets in Melbourne 6 Ashwin played a key role in India’s second Test series win on Australian soil

The second match of the four-match Test series between India and England started on February 13 in Chennai. India won the toss and elected to bat and scored 329 runs in the first innings. Later England batted and were all out for 134 runs. As a result, Virat Kohli’s team is in the lead of 195 runs. Later in the second innings, India scored 26 runs.

(Dhaka Times / 15 February / SUL)


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