Video: Panth continues to annoy from behind the wicket, Jack Crowley throws the wicket in anger

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Bangla Hunt Desk: The fourth and final Test match of the four-match Test series between India and Australia is being played in Ahmedabad, Gujarat today. England captain Joe Root won the toss and elected to bat first. Batting first, the English batsmen once again collapsed in front of the Indian spinners. England’s first innings ended with just 202 runs.

The reason for England’s batting disaster was losing two openers in the beginning. And this work has been done by Indian spinner Akshar Patel. Akshar Patel started in the fourth match exactly where he finished in the third match. In the beginning, Akshar Patel broke the waist of England batting by dismissing two openers of England. Akshar Patel took 4 wickets for 68 runs in 26 overs.

Akshar Patel dismissed England opener Jack Crowley for the third time in a row. Jack Crowley was the victim of Akshar Patel in the first innings and in the second innings of the third Test. The same thing happened in the first innings of the fourth Test. Akshar Patel dismissed Jack Crowley in the first innings of the fourth Test. However, India’s wicketkeeper Rishabh Panth has played an important role here. Standing behind the wicket, he was constantly annoying England opener Jack Crowley, which made him angry for a while and he got caught in the hands of Mohammad Siraj to play a big shot in the head of the angry and had to go out to the pavilion.



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