IND vs ENG: James Anderson reveals why India is 2-1 ahead in the Test series says, ‘Team India played crucial moments better than us’

IND vs ENG: England veteran James Anderson says calling off 5th Test a 'shame' hopes to play at home ground Manchester sometime in future
IND vs ENG: England veteran James Anderson says calling off 5th Test a 'shame' hopes to play at home ground Manchester sometime in future

IND vs ENG: James Anderson reveals why India is 2-1 ahead in the Test series says, ‘Team India played crucial moments better than us’ – Veteran England pacer James Anderson, who picked 15 wickets in four Tests against India in the ongoing Test series against India, has revealed the reason behind why India took 2-1 lead in the series with one match to go. India won the Oval and Lord’s Test while the Leeds Test went in favour of the English side. The first Test at the Nottingham was drawn as the rain played spoilsport on Day 5.

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IND vs ENG: “The reason India are 2-1 up is because they have played the crucial moments better than us. Whether that is down to experience or quality I’m not sure. We really need to start learning to push our advantage when we are on top. When India have a sniff, they are extremely good at getting on top and staying there,” James Anderson wrote in a column for Telegraph.

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IND vs ENG: The fifth and final Test match of the series has been cancelled by BCCI and ECB after Covid-19 outbreak in the Indian camp.

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IND vs ENG: “For example, we should have taken more than a 99-run lead at the Oval. It was a good pitch. I thought India batted really well in the second innings but did we do enough with the ball? And then there was no way we should have been bowled out in the second innings on that pitch. It was a decent spell from Jasprit Bumrah with a bit of reverse but there was little sideways movement and the pitch was slow,” wrote Anderson.

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IND vs ENG: The final Test can be played next year when India will travel to England for the limited-overs series in 2022. However, ECB and BCCI have not cleared whether it be played or not.