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7 Wickets to Victory: Kohli's lead in the final The fourth day is a turning point
Tuesday, 05 Dec 2017 12:21 pm
Telangana News Today

Telangana News Today

Firoz Shah Kotla is leading the Indian team in the last Test against Sri Lanka. On the last day, another 7 wickets will be scored by the 2-0 series Kohli. On the fourth day, Tuesday's game turned out several turns. On the third day, the pitch for the batting in the pitch was completely changed in the second innings. Cooperating with bowling. Kohima, who did not get hold of, was once again dusted.
The Lankans' first innings ended at 373. The overnight score was 356/9, and the team started with a 26-run stand. Sarita Chandimal (164; 361 balls 21 × 4, 1 × 6) has scored the best of the career. India then dismissed the second innings for 246/5 ​​and set a 410-run target for the first innings lead. Instead of batting, the tourism team finished with 31/3 at the end of the game. 379 runs away. Dhananjaya Dishwava (13; 30 × 30), Angelo Mathews (0) are in the crease.
Wisely batting the team
Kohliene was clever in the second innings on a pitch that did not batting. Shikhar Dhawan (67), Virat Kohli (50; 58), Rohit Sharma (50 not out; 5 × 4 in 49 balls) in the Indian innings, with 163 runs in the first innings, . Cheteshwar Pujara (49; 5 × 4 in 66 balls) missed out on the corner. Opener Murali Vijay (9) was dismissed by wicketkeeper Matt Prior. He caught Dicklaw in Lakmal bowling. Ajinkya Rahane (10) in the third place did not impress. The team struggled to make runs and caught the team at Sandara in Pereira bowling at 29.
Leaded Virat
Pujara, who came into the crease, played fast and played for Dhawan. Kohli made his debut in the singles, scoring a scoreboard after being dismissed for 106 runs. Dhawan, who was outdone with his backstairs, became a stumped and shotgun. Kohli and Rohit Sharma have scored runs in the semi-finals. Kohli was out at 144 for the team. Virat's innings declined immediately after completing his semi-final. India still has 246/5 ​​for 52.2 overs.