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Veteran pacer James Anderson (3/17) and left-arm spinner Jack Leach (4/76) shared seven wickets between them to complete a memorable win for England. Photo: @englandcricket

A determined England humbled India by 227 runs in the 1st Test to take a 1-0 lead in the four-match series at MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai on Tuesday.

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Set a world record 420-run target to go one up in the rubber on the fifth day, India were bowled out for 192 in the second session after captain Virat Kohli's 72 off 104 balls on a Chepauk surface, where batting wasn't the easiest of tasks.

Veteran pacer (3/17) and left-arm spinner Jack Leach (4/76) shared seven wickets between them to complete a memorable win for England after skipper led a strong first-innings batting display with a magnificent double century.

Kohli was the lone hope left for India after opener (50) had batted beautifully but was sent back by Anderson just when he looked set for a big one.

Scenarios for India for ICC WTC final qualification

will qualify if it beats England 2-1, 2-1, 3-1, 4-0 in ongoing four-match series

Scenarios for England for ICC WTC final qualification

will qualify if it beats India 3-0, 3-1, 4-0 in the ongoing four-match series.

Scenarios for Australia for ICC WTC final qualification

Australia will qualify if ongoing series is drawn or England wins the series 1-0, 2-0, 2-1 or India wins the series 1-0.

New Zealand already qualified for final to be held from June 18-22

And When bowled the India captain, it was as good as over for the home team that entered the series after its incredible triumph in Australia.

While Gill hit seven fours and a six in his fluent knock, Kohli struck nine boundaries during his stay in the middle. However, with India left to climb a mountain, their efforts were never going to be enough.

Anderson was terrific with his three-wicket burst in seven overs, including four maidens. Leach, Dom Bess and Stokes also enjoyed some success.

The 38-year-old Anderson showed why he is considered a master of reverse swing, cleaning up Gill (50) and (0) in the same over with deliveries that came in sharply.

India began the day at 39 for one, trailing by 381 runs.


Position Teams Played PCT(%)
1 England 17 70.2
2 New Zealand 11 70
3 Australia 14 69.2
4 India 14 68.3
5 Pakistan 12 43.3
6 South Africa 11 30
7 West Indies 8 23.8
8 Sri Lanka 7 16.7
9 Bangladesh 3 0

1st Test: 2021 scorecard

England 1st innings scorecard

Batsmen Dismissals Runs Balls Fours Sixes
Rory Burns c Pant b Ashwin 33 60 2 0
Dominic Sibley lbw b Bumrah 87 286 12 0
Dan Lawrence lbw b Bumrah 0 6 0 0
Joe Root lbw b Nadeem 218 377 19 2
Ben Stokes c Pujara b Nadeem 82 118 10 3
Ollie Pope lbw b Ashwin 34 89 3 0
Jos Buttler b Ishant Sharma 34 89 3 0
Dominic Bess lbw b Bumrah 34 105 6 0
Jofra Archer b Ishant Sharma 0 1 0 0
Jack Leach not out 14 57 2 0
James Anderson b Ashwin 1 12 0 0
Total: 578-10 in 190.1 Overs
Bowler Overs Maiden Runs Wickets
Ishant Sharma 27 7 52 2
Jasprit Bumrah 36 7 84 3
R Ashwin 55.1 5 146 2
Shahbaz Nadeem 44 4 167 2
Washington Sundar 26 2 98 0
Rohit Sharma 2 0 7 0

India 1st innings scorecard

Batsmen Dismissals Runs Balls Fours Sixes
Rohit Sharma c Buttler b Archer 6 9 1 0
Shubman Gill c Anderson b Archer 29 28 5 0
Cheteshwar Pujara c Burns b Bess 73 143 11 0
Virat Kohli c Pope b Bess 11 48 0 0
Ajinkya Rahane c Root b Bess 1 6 0 0
Rishabh Pant c Leach b Bess 91 88 9 5
Washington Sundar not out 85 138 12 2
R Ashwin c Buttler b Leach 31 91 3 1
Shahbaz Nadeem c Stokes b leach 0 12 0 0
Ishant Sharma c Pope b Anderson 4 11 1 0
Jasprit Bumarh c Stokes b Anderson 0 2 0 0
Total: 337-10 in 95.5 Overs
Bowler Overs Maiden Runs Wickets
James Anderson 16.5 5 46 2
Jofra Archer 21 3 75 2
Ben Stokes 6 1 16 0
Jack Leach 24 5 105 2
Dominic Bess 26 5 76 4
Joe Root 2 0 14 0


England 2nd innings scorecard

Batsmen Dismissals Runs Balls Fours Sixes
Rory Burns c Rahane b Ashwin 0 1 0 0
Dominic Sibley c Pujara b Ashwin 16 37 2 0
Daniel Lawrence lbw b Ishant 18 47 1 0
Joe Root lbw b Bumrah 40 32 7 0
Ben Stokes c Pant b Ashwin 7 12 1 0
Ollie Pope c Rohit b Nadeem 18 23 1 0
Jos Buttler st Pant b Nadeem 24 40 2 1
Dominic Bess lbw b Ashwin 25 55 3 0
Jofra Archer b Ashwin 5 10 0 0
Jack Leach not out 8 18 2 0
James Anderson c & b Ashwin 0 2 0 0
Total: 178-10 in 46.3 Overs
Bowler Overs Maiden Runs Wickets
R Ashwin 17.3 2 61 6
Shahbaz Nadeem 15 1 66 2
Ishant Sharma 7 1 24 1
Jasprit Bumrah 6 0 26 1
Washington Sundar 1 0 1 0

India 2nd innings scorecard

Batsmen Dismissals Runs Balls Fours Sixes
Rohit Sharma b Leach 12 20 1 1
Shubman Gill b Anderson 50 83 7 1
Cheteshwar Pujara c Stokes b Leach 15 38 1 0
Virat Kohli b Stokes 72 104 9 0
Ajinkya Rahane b Anderson 0 3 0 0
Rishabh Pant c Root b Anderson 11 19 2 0
Washington Sundar c Buttler b Bess 0 0 0 0
R Ashwin c Buttler b Leach 9 46 0 0
Shahbaz Nadeem c Burns b Leach 0 11 0 0
Ishant Sharma not out 5 15 1 0
Jasprit Bumrah c Buttler b Archer 4 3 1 0
Total: 192-10 in 58.1 Overs
Bowler Overs Maiden Runs Wickets
Jofra Archer 9 4 23 0
Jack Leach 26 4 76 4
James Anderson 11 4 17 3
Dominic Bess 8 0 50 1
Ben Stokes 4 1 13 1


ICC World Test Championship
 
The four-match Test series between India and England is also a part of (WTC). New Zealand has already qualified for the ICC WTC final, which is scheduled to take place from June 18-22.
 
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