India is just one wicket away from a historic win at Trent Bridge Test match. On the fourth day, England ended on 311/9 and need 210 more runs on the last day while India needs only one wicket to win the third Test match.
In the morning, Ishant Sharma removed both the openers in his first two overs and Root and Pope also got out before lunch and England were reduced to 62/4 but Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes' 169 runs partnership for the fifth wicket pulled things back and Jos Buttler went on to score his maiden Test hundred.
After Buttler's dismissal, England collapsed and lost 4 more wickets for just 10 runs and was reduced to 241/8. In the end, Adil Rashid, Stuart Broad, and James Anderson put up a fight and took the match to the fifth day.
All the major stats and facts from the fourth day of the Third Test match between England and India at Trent Bridge :
5/85 - Jasprit Bumrah (5/85) took his first five-wicket haul in England and second five-wicket haul of Test career. Earlier this year he took his maiden fifer against South Africa at Johannesburg.
7 - Indian wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant has taken 7 catches in this Test so far - the joint most on Test debut.
Most catches taken by a wicketkeeper on Test debut -
RISHABH PANT (IND) - 7* vs ENG at Trent Bridge, 2018
Chris Read (ENG) - 7 vs NZ at Birmingham, 1999
Brian Taber (AUS) - 7 vs SA at Johannesburg, 1966
Chamara Dunusinghe (SL) - 7 vs NZ at Napier, 1995
Alan Knott (ENG) - 7 vs PAK at Trent Bridge, 1967
Peter Nevill (AUS) - 7 vs ENG at Lord's, 2015
7 - KL Rahul also has taken 7 catches in this match - the most catches taken by a fielder in a Test match in England. Previously Virender Sehwag, Gary Sobers, Colin Cowdrey, Tony Greig, Allan Lamb and Graeme Hick all took 6 catches each.
3000 runs & 400 wickets - Stuart Broad completed 3000 Test runs and became the only fifth player to complete the double of 3000 runs and 400 wickets in Test cricket.
Players with 3000 runs and 400 wickets in Test cricket -
Kapil Dev (IND) - 5248 runs and 434 wickets
Sir Richard Hadlee (NZ) - 3124 runs and 431 wickets
Shane Warne (AUS) - 3154 runs and 708 wickets
Shaun Pollock (SA) - 3781 runs and 421 wickets
STUART BROAD (ENG) - 3008 runs and 427 wickets