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Shardul Thakur plays Chris Woakes for a humongous six


Shardul Thakur left the field after his well-made 57 off 36 balls.

Shardul Thakur batting. (Photo Source: Twitter)

India is facing England in the fourth Test match of the series which is at present occurring at The Oval, London. After losing the toss, Virat Kohli and his men were approached to take up the field with the bat first yet the choice didn't really go in their manner. The visitor country began losing wickets quickly and were pushed on the back foot. 

However, one moment in the match took all the spotlight and it was Shardul Thakur's humongous six off Chris Woakes' ball. While Shardul was remaining with Umesh Yadav on the opposite end, he played Woakes for a monstrous six in the long-on region that made each Indian fan talking. 

Here is a look at Shardul Thakur’s extraordinary six

Discussing the match up until this point, India got wrapped up at 191 runs. Thakur got excused by Chris Woakes later and left the field after his very much made 57 off 36 balls. Aside from Thakur, just Kohli added 50 runs from his end and bombed once more to change over his innings into a major score. A great deal was normal from Ajinkya Rahane and Rishabh Pant however they likewise fizzled, adding to their grim run. 

Discussing the group determination of India in the fourth Test, Thakur and Umesh Yadav got chosen instead of Mohammed Shami and Ishant Sharma who got a niggle. Ravi Ashwin's nonattendance in the group got everybody talking and many large names across the world offered their viewpoint of the equivalent. In any case, Kohli added that he picked Ravindra Jadeja to coordinate with four remaining handers of England.

“I feel, you really have to manage Ravi Ashwin. The communication between the players and support staff has to be very transparent and I am sure Ashwin well understands the reasoning or logic behind this decision. Ashwin is also an experienced player and also a leader within this team. I think Ravi Shastri and Virat Kohli will have a chat with him and make him understand the scenario. A good team and good team players always understand the bigger picture rather than focusing on themselves. I am sure Ashwin will understand and ‘accept’ this, which is very important,” said Laxman earlier in the day on Ashwin’s exclusion.

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