Bharat Express

England Wins 1st Test Against India in Hyderabad by 28 Runs, Tom Hartley Takes 7 Wickets in Second Innings

On the fourth day of the first match in the 5-match Test series between India and England, India responds to England’s 246 with a total of 436 in the first innings.

Team India

Team India

In the first Test of the five-match series, England secured a 28-run victory over India on Sunday, claiming a 1-0 lead. India, chasing a target of 231, were bowled out for 202 in 69.2 overs on the fourth day.

Debutant spinner Tom Hartley emerged as England’s star bowler in India’s second innings, claiming impressive figures of 7/62. The morning session saw India dismissing England for 420, with Ollie Pope contributing significantly with an innings of 196.

The overall scores for the match are as follows:

– England: 246 and 420 all out in 102.1 overs (Ollie Pope 196; Jasprit Bumrah 4/41).
– India: 436 and 202 all out in 69.2 overs (Rohit Sharma 39; Tom Hartley 7/62).

This victory gives England an early advantage in the series, with their bowlers and Ollie Pope’s standout performance playing crucial roles in the outcome of the match.