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England defeated India by seven wickets in the fifth Test at Edgbaston. With this victory, the English team has set a flurry of records. England achieved their biggest target in a Test in the fourth innings. Earlier in 2019, he had successfully achieved the target of 359 runs against Australia. At the same time, Team India has also lost after giving a target of more than 350 runs for the first time. Earlier, Australia had achieved the highest target of 339 runs against India in 1977 in Perth. West Indies are at number three, which achieved the target of 276 runs against India in Delhi in 1987. At the same time, this is also the biggest score chase in Edgbaston. Earlier, South Africa had chased 281 runs at Edgbaston in 2008. The record for the highest chasing score for England at Edgbaston is 208 runs, which they achieved against New Zealand in 1999. Australia holds the record for the biggest goal in England’s land. He had achieved the target of 404 against England in 1948. England’s name has been registered with 378 runs at number two. England’s team is also at number three and they achieved the target of 359 runs against Australia in 2019. India has lost for the first time since 2015 after scoring 400 runs in the first innings. Since 2015, Team India has scored more than 400 runs in the first innings 19 times. Of these, 15 matches have been won by him, while three matches have been drawn. With the defeat against England, Team India has also registered a defeat in the name of the Indian team. The England team won the fourth consecutive Test after Joe Root stepped down from the captaincy. Prior to that, the team had won only one Test out of the last 17 under the captaincy of Root. For the first time, a team has chased the target of 250 plus runs four times in a row. England did this in all the three consecutive matches of the last series against New Zealand and now it has been done against India as well. This is the eighth highest run chase in Test history. West Indies holds the record for getting the biggest target in Tests. He successfully chased 418 runs in Antigua in 2003. South Africa is at number two. He won the match against Australia in 2008 in Perth by scoring 414 runs. Joe Root was able to score 1024 runs in the last 37 Test innings before the New Zealand series. Root’s highest score in that was 87. At the same time, since the New Zealand series last month, Root has scored 569 runs in eight innings at an average of 113. His best score is 142 not out. Root scored 737 runs in the five-match Test series between India and England. This includes four centuries and one half-century. He has become the second highest run-scorer in a Test series between India and England. Graham Gooch holds the record for scoring the most runs in a Test series between these two. He scored 752 runs in the India-England Test series in 1990. England have won their fourth consecutive Test after Ben Stokes took over as captain and Brendon McCullum as coach. These four Tests were won by England chasing the target in the fourth innings. At the same time, after becoming the captain of Rahul Dravid, the Indian team has lost the third consecutive Test out of four on foreign soil. The only Test India won was against South Africa (1st Test). After that the team lost two consecutive Tests against South Africa and one Test against England.
England defeated India by seven wickets in the fifth Test at Edgbaston. With this victory, the English team has set a flurry of records. England achieved their biggest target in a Test in the fourth innings. Earlier in 2019, he had successfully achieved the target of 359 runs against Australia.