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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 5-match Test series of the 3rd Test match played between India and England at Headingley, Leeds in 25th August to 28th August 2021.

England vs India 3rd Test 2021 Highlights
Ollie Robinson celebrates his maiden five-for © Getty Images


Match Stats :
  • England's innings and 76-run win was their tenth largest victory by terms of innings & runs against India in Test matches.
  • 27 : Joe Root became the England's most successful captain in Test cricket history, surpassing the previous record of 26-wins by Michael Vaughan.
  • 17 : Joe Root became the second most wins as England captain at home in Test matches, only behind Andrew Strauss' 19.
  • India's 78 was their second lowest score against England in Test matches. The lowest-total was 58 at Manchester in 1952.
  • India's 78 was their third lowest total in the first-innings in Test series and It is their worst first-innings total in England soil in Tests, previous lowest was 96 at Lord's in 1979.
  • India lost their last seven wickets for just 22-runs - which was their fifth worst seven-wicket collapse in Test matches and it is their third worst 7-wicket collapse against England in Tests. They went from 56 for 3 to 78 for all out.
  • 23 : Joe Root equalled a joint second most centuries hit for England in Test matches, jointly with Kevin Pietersen.
  • 8 : Joe Root hit the most centuries by an England batsman against India in Test cricket history, surpassing the previous record of 7-hundreds hit by Alastair Cook and the joint most centuries hit by any batsman against India in Tests, jointly with Ricky Ponting, Viv Richards, Steve Smith and Gary Sobers.
  • 6 : Joe Root equalled a joint second most centuries hit by a captain in a calendar year in Test matches, jointly with Ricky Ponting (2005), Graeme Smith (2008) and Steve Smith (2017).
  • 135 : Rory Burns and Haseeb Hameed set up the eighth highest first-wicket partnership for England against India at their home venue in Test matches and England's second highest opening stand against India at Headingley in Tests.
  • 139 : Dawid Malan and Joe Root set up the eighth highest third-wicket partnership for England against India at their home venue in Test matches and England's highest third-wicket stand against India at Headingley in Tests, previously held by the 107-run stand between Geoff Boycott and Tom Graveney in 1967.
  • India lost their last eight wickets for just 63-runs - which was their tenth worst eight-wicket collapse against England in Test matches. They went from 215 for 2 to 278 for all out.
  • James Anderson became the second player to took 400 or more Test wickets in one country after Muthiah Muralitharan (493 in Sri Lanka).
  • 94 : England's star pacer James Anderson equalled a joint-most matches at home soil in Test cricket, jointly with Sachin Tendulkar in India.
  • England finally ends their 6-match losing streak at their home venue in Test matches.
  • This is the second time Jos Buttler took five catches in an innings in Test matches and the seventh England wicket-keeper to claimed a five catches against India in an innings in Tests.

James Anderson, Ollie Robinson, Craig Overton and Joe Root stars as England comfortable innings and 76-run victory over India and level the series 1-1 in a one-sided game of the third Test match.

Devastating bowling spell from James Anderson and Ollie Robinson restricted to India 78 before An unbeaten half-centuries from Rory Burns and Haseeb Hameed helped to England takes 42-run lead on the opening day of the third Test match.

Joe Root's record-breaking century and Dawid Malan's half-century build the massive 345-run lead for England in the day 2 of the third Test match.

India stay in the game as Cheteshwar Pujara, Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli sparkle after England takes 354-run heavy lead in their first-innings in the day 3 of the third Test match.

India 1st Innings scored 78 for all-out in 40.4 overs with top scorer by Rohit Sharma 19 and Ajinkya Rahane 18.

1st Innings England best bowler by James Anderson takes 3-wickets for 6-runs in 8-overs including five maidens, Craig Overton picked up 3-wickets for 14-runs in 10.4-overs included five maidens, Ollie Robinson and Sam Curran both took 2-wickets.

England 1st Innings scored 432 for all-out in 132.2 overs with top scorer by Joe Root 121 off 165-balls - which was his 23rd Test hundred and his eighth century against India in Tests - including 14-fours.

Dawid Malan 70, Haseeb Hameed 68 and Rory Burns 61, Jonny Bairstow 29, Craig Overton 32 and Sam Curran 15.

1st Innings India best bowler by Mohammad Shami claimed a 4-wickets for 95-runs in 28-overs including eighth maidens, Mohammad Siraj, Ravindra Jadeja and Jasprit Bumrah each took 2-wickets.

India 2nd Innings scored 278 for all-out in 99.3 overs with top scorer by Cheteshwar Pujara 91 off 189-balls - who fell nine-run short of his century - including 15-fours, Rohit Sharma 59, Virat Kohli 55 and Ravindra Jadeja 30.

2nd Innings England best bowler by Ollie Robinson claimed a career-best 5-wicket haul for 65-runs in 26-overs including six maidens, Craig Overton picked up 3-wickets and one for Moeen Ali - James Anderson.

Ollie Robinson named Player of the match for his brilliant bowling performance to took 7-wickets in an match.

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