India 78 All Out | England vs India 3rd Test 2021 Highlights

India 78 All Out | England vs India 3rd Test 2021 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - England vs India 3rd Test 2021

Watch the highlights of England vs India 3rd Test 2021 - India tour of England 2021 played at Headingley, Leeds on Aug 26 - Aug 29, 2021.

Cricket Highlights - England vs India 3rd Test 2021

In a one-sided game of the third Test match, England's easy innings and 76-run victory against India leveled the series at 1-1. James Anderson, Ollie Robinson, Craig Overton, and Joe Root were among the top performers.

James Anderson and Ollie Robinson bowled a devastating spell that limited India to 78 points. On the first day of the third Test match, England took a 42-run lead thanks to unbroken half-centuries from Rory Burns and Haseeb Hameed.

India's 78 was their second-lowest total in Test matches against England.In Manchester in 1952, the lowest total was 58.

India's 78 was their lowest first-innings total in a Test series, and it was also their lowest first-innings total on English soil in Tests; the previous lowest being 96 at Lord's in 1979.

On day two of the third Test match, England built a big 345-run lead courtesy to Joe Root's record-breaking century and Dawid Malan's half-century.

After England took a 354-run lead in their first innings on day 3 of the third Test match, India stayed in the game largely of Cheteshwar Pujara, Rohit Sharma, and Virat Kohli's brilliance.

In 40.4 overs, India's first innings scored 78 for all-out, with Rohit Sharma (19) and Ajinkya Rahane (18) scoring the most runs.

First Innings: James Anderson, England's finest bowler, gets 3-wickets for 6-runs in 8 overs, including five maidens; Craig Overton takes 3-wickets for 14 runs in 10.4 overs, including five maidens; Ollie Robinson and Sam Curran each take 2-wickets.

England's first innings scored 432 for all-out in 132.2 overs, with Joe Root top-scoring with 121 off 165 balls, his 23rd Test century, and ninth against India in Tests, with 14 fours.

Jonny Bairstow 29, Craig Overton 32, and Sam Curran 15, Dawid Malan 70, Haseeb Hameed 68, and Rory Burns 6.

Mohammad Shami, India's finest bowler, grabbed 4-wickets for 95 runs in 28 overs, including eight maidens, while Mohammad Siraj, Ravindra Jadeja, and Jasprit Bumrah each got 2-wickets.

India's second innings scored 278 for all-out in 99.3 overs, with Cheteshwar Pujara top-scoring with 91 off 189 balls, including 15 fours, Rohit Sharma 59, Virat Kohli 55, and Ravindra Jadeja 30.

2nd Innings: Ollie Robinson, England's finest bowler, grabbed a career-best 5-wicket haul for 65 runs in 26 overs, including six maidens, Craig Overton took 3-wickets, and Moeen Ali - James Anderson took one.

Ollie Robinson was selected Player of the Match for his outstanding bowling performance, which included seven wickets in a match.

Day 1 Highlights

Day 2 Highlights

Day 3 Highlights

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