India vs England 3rd Test 4th Day: India crush England by 434 runs with Jaiswal’s double ton

Yashasvi Jaiswal’s unbeaten double century and five wickets by Ravindra Jadeja helped India to crush England by a record 434 runs in the third Test. Winning the match India lead the series by 2-1 in Rajkot on Sunday. Chasing 557 for victory in their second innings England batting collapsed. England could score only 122 runs and were all out. India win by 434 runs and this is India’s biggest-ever win in terms of runs.

Skipper Rohit Sharma’s 131 and 112 by Jadeja steered India to 445 in the first innings. Then they bowled out England for 319. Duckett scored 153 runs. Earlier in the second innings, Yashasvi Jaiswal (214), Shubman Gill (91), and Sarfraz Khan(68) propelled India to a 500-run-plus lead. India decided to declare the innings on 430 for 4. Yashasvi Jaiswal scored his second double century of the Test career. Jaiswal came out to bat as an opener on Day 3 but retired soon after reaching his century. He returned to the pitch after Shubman Gill’s dismissal on Day 4 and raced to his second double hundred. Jaiswal matched the record of hitting the most number of sixes in a Test innings (12), equalling Wasim Akram’s record. He slammed 14 fours also and stayed unbeaten at 214 along with Sarfaraz when India declared, with a lead of 556 runs on the board.

Then India destroyed the English batting lineup at a score of 112 runs in just 39.4 overs on Day 4. Ravindra Jadeja finishes England’s innings with his fifer again. By 122, they lost all of their wickets. India defeated England by a whopping 434 runs in the Third Test, which is India’s biggest-ever win in terms of runs.

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