In a terrific showcase of expertise and assurance, Team India arose triumphant by 434 runs in the third Test match against England on Sunday in Rajkot to take a telling 2-1 lead in the exceptionally cutthroat five-match series.

The match saw holding moments and amazing performances as Yashasvi Jaiswal and Ravindra Jadeja disappointed England to assist India with a telling triumph.

Champion execution from Jaiswal, who released his merciless batting attack on the England bowler, raising his twofold 100 years to be the whiz of the game. Jadeja, then again, added to India’s victory with his five-wicket pull.

Jaiswal became the third youngest batter after Vinod Kambli and Don Bradman to score double hundreds in consecutive Tests with this double hundred.

Pursuing a gigantic target of 557, England got off to a fairly risky beginning with openers neglecting to satisfy the hopes, losing their wickets in a fast succession.

England, be that as it may, were never in the game with their powerful players being sent by Indian bowlers in a steady progression as they collapsed for a hopeless 122.


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