India Thrash England In The Second Test To Draw The Series

Having lost the first test again England in rather convincing fashion in the last test, India knew that they had to change something to ensure that they would avoid further embarrassment to rivals England – especially with it being at home, a place where England are notoriously bad.

That’s exactly what India did in Chennai over the past five days as they thrashed England convincingly by 317 runs which is their biggest win over the Three Lions in 34 years. This was the turn around that many India fans were expecting and looked like the home side again after being embarrassed in the first test in Chennai.

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One of the main reasons as why we think that India might have received that boost in the second test could have been down to the fact that fans were allowed back in the MA Chidambaram Stadium for the first time since the outbreak of the global pandemic caused by Covid-19 began and the Indian fans certainly let made their feelings clear after knocking up such an impressive win.

What was more fitting for the Chennai fans was that it was Chennai’s favourite ‘cricketing son’ Ravi Ashwin who inspired the Indian side to a win as he was named player of the match after claiming 8 wickets and registering a century in which is the first time in his career in which he has claims a 5-fer and knocked a century in the same match.

Joe Root and co will be disappointed with how their side performed during this test, especially with them being so successful in the last game and will now be working on how they can avoid getting beaten for the rest of the series. Individuals in this England side will need to look at their own personal games and work out where they went wrong as it was a lack of quality that lost England this test, regardless of if India were very impressive.

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