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5th Test: India all out for 292 in first innings; trail England by 40 runs

5th Test: India all out for 292 in first innings; trail England by 40 runs
Ravindra Jadeja remained not out at 86.

London, Sept 9 (UNI) India were all out for 292 in their first innings on day 3 of the final Test against England here at The Oval on Sunday still trail by 40 runs.

At Lunch India were 240/7 in their first innings in reply to England's 332 after 79 overs on day three of the final Test here at The Oval on Sunday.

Ishant Sharma (1) and Ravindra Jadeja (41) were at the crease when the Lunch was declared. Jadeja chipped in 41 off 94 balls with 6 fours.

Resuming with an overnight score of 174-6 India continued on day 3 in the first session with Ravindra Jadeja 39 (90) and Hanuma Vihari 33 (79) piled up 77 run partnership for their 7th wicket partnership.

Vihari making his Test debut also completed his first Test half century striking 56 off 124 balls with 7 fours and one six before being scalped out by Moeen Ali in 77th over.

After Lunch India lost three wickets of Ishant Sharma at 4, Mohammed Shami 1 and Bumrah

was run out at 0.

While Jadeja remained not out at 86 off 156 with 11 fours and a six.

For England Moeen Ali scalped two wickets of Vihari and Ishant Sharma and Adil Rashid took wicket of Mohammed Shami.


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