05 Feb, 14:36 (IST)

What a match it has been between India and England and after four days of enthralling action, the hosts have emerged triumphant and rightly so! Yashasvi Jaiswal headlined India's performance early on with a splendid double century and later on, Jasprit Bumrah backed it up with a memorable six-wicket haul that was even more special as it came on a placid track. For India, it was another youngster in the form of Shubman Gill who came out to prove a point with a sparkling century as India set a 399-run target for England. The runs turned out to be way too many for England, who despite batting aggressively and keeping themselves in the hunt, fell short of the total by 106 runs. The series is levelled 1-1! 

05 Feb, 14:16 (IST)

OUT! India have levelled the series in style with Jasprit Bumrah fittingly taking the final English wicket! Bumrah sent Tom Hartley's off-stump flying and India have won this match by 106 runs to level the series 1-1! Indians are elated and why not! What a comeback and what a win this is for Rohit Sharma and his team. Tom Hartley b Jasprit Bumrah 36(47)  

05 Feb, 14:05 (IST)

OUT! Mukesh Kumar is relieved to have finally gotten a wicket in this match and he has dismissed Shoaib Bashir. India can smell a win now, with England having just one wicket to play with. Shoaib Bashir c Srikar Bharat b Mukesh Kumar 0(8)

05 Feb, 13:48 (IST)

OUT! Jasprit Bumrah breaks the partnership and dismisses Ben Foakes here! The wicketkeeper-batter was seemingly deceived by the ball and Bumrah took a splendid catch on his follow-through! India are right back in this contest and England are eight down. Ben Foakes c and b Jasprit Bumrah 36(69)

05 Feb, 13:39 (IST)

There seems to be a bit of drama on the field with Rohit Sharma involved in a discussion with the umpire. Tom Hartley attempted a reverse sweep and the ball lobbed up in the air with Rohit taking a good catch. Hartley reviewed after being given out and TV replays showed the ball hitting him on his arm. Also, a lbw check was done and the ball marginally hit the stumps and it was ' umpire's call'. Meanwhile, Ben Foakes and Hartley have stitched a 50-run partnership, keeping England in the hunt. 

05 Feb, 12:53 (IST)

OUT! Shreyas Iyer with a direct hit, catches Ben Stokes short of his crease! What a day it has been for India and England are reeling now with their captain going back into the hut. Fielding at square leg, Iyer pounced on the ball and generated a rocket throw towards the stumps and Stokes was just short. TV replays confirmed it and Indians are jubilant! Ben Stokes run out (Shreyas Iyer) 11(29) 

05 Feb, 12:29 (IST)

Ben Stokes is out in the middle with Ben Foakes now after lunch and India would ideally want to see the back of the England captain, who can soak in pressure and accelerate when the need be. India are ahead but England's chances cannot be ruled out just yet.  

05 Feb, 11:33 (IST)

OUT! One more wicket for India and this time, it is Jasprit Bumrah who traps Jonny Bairstow. Bairstow opts for a review after being hit on his pads and the DRS showed it was umpire's call and India have taken five wickets in this opening session! England need 205 runs while India just four wickets from levelling the series. We are in for a cracker! Jonny Bairstow lbw b Jasprit Bumrah 26(36)

05 Feb, 11:25 (IST)

OUT! Kuldeep Yadav has struck and what a wicket this is for India! Zak Crawley, who batted so so well throughout the innings of his, was hit on his pads and India opted for a DRS, which showed three reds! The ball stayed a bit low and Indians are delighted at the stroke of lunch! Zak Crawley lbw b Kuldeep Yadav 73(132)

05 Feb, 10:43 (IST)

OUT! One more for Ravichandran Ashwin, who is just one wicket from that magical 500-wicket mark in Test cricket. Joe Root, after surviving a close call from Axar Patel earlier, is beaten in the flight by Ashwin and he ends up skying the ball with Axar talking a simple catch. India have struck again! Joe Root c Axar Patel b Ravichandran Ashwin 16(10)

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India is currently engaged in a thrilling encounter in the second of the five-match Test series against England and they will be back in action on Day 4 of the Test on February 5, Monday. After opting to bat first, India put up a total of 396 on the board riding on the double century of Yashasvi Jaiswal. Other Indian batters got starts each but failed to make it big. England started well in the first innings thanks to the batting performance of Zak Crawley but faced a collapse as Jasprit Bumrah bowled a memorable spell to run through their middle order. Despite their effort, England conceded a lead of 143 runs and India extended their lead to 398 in the second innings powered by Shubman Gill's century. On Day 4 of the Test, England will continue their chase of 399 starting from their overnight score of 67/1. Rohit Sharma's Hilarious Reaction As Kuldeep Yadav Tries to Convince Him For a DRS Call During IND vs ENG 2nd Test 2024 Goes Viral!

India have performed well with the bat in both their innings but their performance have been mostly based on individual big knocks from Yashasvi Jaiswal and Shubman Gill. Others contributed with short cameos but couldn't lend significant support to them. Mukesh Kumar and Axar Patel couldn't impact in the first innings with the ball as Jasprit Bumrah and Kuldeep Yadav were the ones taking charge. England are likely to come hard at the Indian bowling which will demand Rohit Sharma to be proactive with his captaincy and the bowlers sticking to their plans under pressure. IND vs ENG 2nd Test 2024: Joe Root Sustains Blow on Finger on Day 3, No Indication of His Return to Field.

England have already lost their opener Ben Duckett to Ravichandran Ashwin. Joe Root has injured his finger while fielding during the Day 3 and is uncertain to be able to bat during Day 4. Zak Crawley and Nighthawk Rehan Ahmed are currently on the crease and England are still confident they can chase down the remaining 332 runs with the nine wickets remaining. Bowlers have done a pretty decent job picking up ten wickets in both innings and didn't let India to run away with the game.