India suffered a 60-run defeat against England in the fourth Test after being bowled out for 184 runs in their second innings on the fourth day at the Rose Bowl Cricket Stadium to go down 1-3 in the five-match series. Chasing 245 runs for victory, India were driven by skipper Virat Kohli (58) and Ajinkya Rahane (51) who showed a fight against the English bowlers. The duo were involved in a 101-run stand for the fourth wicket and had revived India's hopes but the hosts' bowlers came all guns blazing in the evening session to wrap up the visiting side. IND vs ENG 4th Test 2018 Day 4 Video Highlights: England Beat India by 60 Runs to Seal Series

The day, however, began the way India expected. Resuming the day at 260/8, England lost Sam Curran (46) and Stuart Broad (0) as the hosts could add only 11 runs in about half-an-hour. India's chase was wobbly from the beginning. A delivery from experienced seamer Broad kept low before rattling the stumps of Lokesh Rahul. Then, first-innings centurion Pujara failed to fend off an in-swinging delivery from veteran seamer Anderson. The ball hit Pujara's right thigh -- an easy decision for the umpire to judge him LBW.

Dhawan was the final wicket to fall before the lunch session. An edge off a delivery from Anderson saw Ben Stokes take a very good catch at slip, as India lost their third wicket at 22. Then, Kohli and Rahane endured some hostile bowling to take India to 46/3 at lunch. Off-spinner Moeen Ali thought he had Kohli, who was on 9. But the umpire ruled out the LBW appeal. England sought a review but the decision stood as Kohli was found to have edged the ball on to his pad. IND vs ENG 4th Test: England Were Braver Than Us in Tougher Situations, Says Virat Kohli

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Kohli and Rahane continued to bat sensibly to guide India past the 100-run mark in the second session. Kohli survived a close LBW decision against off-spinner Moeen Ali to lead his side's revival. Kohli perished after registering his 19th half-century in Tests. Kohli's dismissal was the lone wicket to fall for India in the second session as India reached 126/4.  Ind vs Eng 4th Test Day 4- As it Happened.

Afterward, in the post-tea session, Rahane showed some resistance but lacked support from the other end as Hardik Pandya (0) and Rishabh Pant (18) fell cheaply. Moeen, who had also claimed the precious wicket of Kohli, gave India another jolt as he caught Rahane in front of the wickets.

Pacer Stokes then joined the party sending back Ishant Sharma for a duck, while Ali struck again, dismissing Mohammed Shami (8). Curran then performed the last rites, sending back Ravichandran Ashwin. (Inputs IANS)

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