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India Vs England: Nothing Can Beat Well-Fought Series, Says BCCI Chief Sourav Ganguly

England has been set a target of 368 in the fourth Test of the five-match series and the hosts have all ten wickets in hand heading into the final day of an absorbing Test match.

File photograph of BCCI President Sourav Ganguly (Photo Credit: BCCI Twitter)

New Delhi: Former Team India skipper and President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Sourav Ganguly, is left impressed with the spectacle being provided by both England and India in the ongoing five-match series in the UK.

The BCCI head reckons that both teams have put on a great show on the field and there is no substitute for a well-fought series. The ongoing Test series currently stands level at 1-1 and heading into the last day of the fourth Test at the Oval, the hosts need 291 more runs for the win with all ten wickets in hand.

“Cricket at its best…Nothing can beat a well-fought test series. The one in Australia and now this one. The most skilfull form of cricket ..@BCCI @ICC,” tweeted Ganguly.

ALSO READ: Ind Vs Eng, Day 4: England Make Solid Start After Pant-Shardul Stand Helps India Set 368-Run Target

Earlier in the year, Team India had defeated Australia 2-1 in the Border Gavaskar Trophy against all odds.

Numerous players got injured, captain Virat Kohli headed home but under the leadership of Ajinkya Rahane and guidance of coach Ravi Shastri, India pulled off a heist especially after losing the first Test, where they were bundled out for 36 in the second innings.

Coming back to the ongoing Test series, England has been set a target of 368 in the fourth Test of the five-match series and the hosts have all ten wickets in hand heading into the final day of an absorbing Test match.

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Earlier, Rohit Sharma, Cheteshwar Pujara, Rishabh Pant, and Shardul Thakur all registered scores of more than 50 as India set a target of 368 for England on Day 4 of the ongoing fourth Test here at the Kennington Oval on Sunday.

Umesh Yadav and Jasprit Bumrah also played cameos of 25 and 24 as India posted a score of 466 in the second innings, extending the lead to 367. For England, Woakes returned with three wickets.

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At stumps on Day 4, England’s score read 77/0– still needing 291 runs for the win with all ten wickets in hand.

For the hosts, Burns (31*) and Hameed (43*) are at the crease.

(With ANI Inputs)

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