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Rohit Sharma became the 17th Indian Test Cricketer to reach 4000 Runs.

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Rohit Sharma Complete 4000 Runs

Rohit Sharma Complete 4000 Runs During Test Match

Indian captain Rohit Sharma broke the 4000-run milestone in Test cricket on Sunday when he entered the crease for the 192-run chase during the second innings of the fourth Test against England at the JSCA International Stadium Complex in Ranchi.

Rohit scored only two runs in the first innings, so they quickly removed him from the game. At 24*, he is still undefeated in the second innings, which is already underway.

In the present series, Rohit has had trouble turning his beginnings into meaningful innings.

With a strike rate of 65.35 and 266 runs at an average of 38 throughout the course of the four games, he has amassed one century (131 in Rajkot).

With a career-high average of 44.98 and 4,003 runs achieved in his 58 Test matches, Rohit has scored 212 at the top level. In 100 innings, he has scored 16 half-centuries and 11 centuries.

IND vs ENG 4th Test Day 3 Stats

Entering the game, India finished the day at 40/0, with captain Rohit Sharma (24*) and Yashasvi Jaiswal (16*) both undefeated after needing 152 further runs to win the five-match series.

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Zak Crawley (60 in 91 balls, seven fours) and Jonny Bairstow (30 in 42 balls, three fours) provided some resistance.

England still only managed 145 runs, getting swept out in their second innings.

With Ravichandran Ashwin (5/51) and Kuldeep Yadav (4/22) leading the bowling, spinners claimed all ten of India’s wickets. With a 191-run advantage, England gave India 192 runs to win the series 3-1.

India had earlier bowled out for 307 in their first innings after reaching 353 in their first. India was left battling at 219/7 even though Yashasvi Jaiswal was hitting it well once again with 73 in 117 balls, including eight fours and a six.

After partnering with Kuldeep (28 in 131 balls) to create a 76-run partnership for the eighth wicket,

Wicketkeeper-battler Dhruv Jurel (90 in 149 balls, with six fours and four sixes) helped India reach over 300 runs.

Shoaib Bashir, a spinner, caused problems for Indian hitters and claimed five wickets (5/119). James Anderson (2/48) and Tom Hartley (3/68) both have excellent ball handling skills.

Opting to bat first, England amassed 353 runs in their opening innings, propelled by a match-winning century from their captain Joe Root (122* in 274 balls, 10 fours)

A half-century from Ollie Robinson (58 in 96 balls, nine fours and a six)

And a forty-seven-score from Ben Foakes (47 in 126 balls, four boundaries and a six).

The two best bowlers for India were Ravindra Jadeja (4/67) and Akash Deep (3/83).

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