IND vs ENG: This shameful record was recorded in the name of Team India under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma.


Team India did not have a good start in the five-Test series against England. Team India, captained by Rohit Sharma, had to face a 28-run defeat against the England team on the fourth day of the match played in Hyderabad. Team India was reduced to 202 runs in the second innings.

With this, a shameful record has also been registered in the name of the Indian team. Team India had gained a lead of 190 runs in the first innings, but could not win the match. For the first time in Test history, the Indian team could not win the match after gaining a lead of 100 runs on home ground.

Earlier, the Indian team had to face defeat against Australia in Chennai in 1965 after gaining a lead of 65 runs. Australia holds the record of losing after taking the maximum lead in India. In 2001, it had to face defeat against India in Kolkata after gaining a lead of 274 runs.

PC: ESPN Cricinfo

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