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Saturday, 16 August 2014

Joe Root stays unbeaten on 92 as England take charge of the fifth and final Test at Kennington Oval.

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Well Root unbeaten 92 helped the hosts recover from 229-5 to 385-7 oval on the second day, a lead of 237 tourists to the operation.

Four quick wickets in the afternoon session, England captain Alastair Cook including 79 and 64 that India Gary Card Patterns hope.
But the root goal, scored 54 of the final 39 balls of the innings, as well as Jos Buttler (45) and Chris Jordan (19 not out), and lead to more severe punishment is unequal position of total domination of the night.

England win third in a row to finish the next two days, a series of 3-1 rounds.

"We put a great deal, but still a long way to go," he told BBC Sport Card. "The airport is getting better, so I have a good morning and a good bowl.
"It's disappointing to lose in the afternoon, these countries, but earlier this summer, we can collapse the entire team. Joe Root and Jos Buttler defended well and ended up putting back in India.
"Three wickets, the top 300 is reasonable if we were, I would be happy."

Another day at the office, there was disappointment for the hosts Sam Robson if he changed ticket promising start Friday night was bowled by Varun Aaron of material 37.

Former England batsman Geoffrey Boycott on Test Match Special
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"I do not think there's much chance of the latter depends on the morning of the India England batsmen to bat off a bit .. Joe Root can find hundreds of top 250 will be part of the audience .. I am not in India, more than anything else show me what I think about myself. "
The Middlesex opener has scored only 165 sheets in seven innings in the series and 23 half may struggle to maintain its place when England beat West Indies and the Test series in April.
The card pops out of power by force three question marks are more technical batting Moeen Ali, who Ravichandran Ashwin cut the stems of 14.
In a dramatic final day of Sri Lanka's second hundred in England remained virtually test, the highest score in six innings moeen 39.
Skipper Cook in a day can have different meanings for a chance to get his hundred in 31 innings for the begging.
He is fluent lunch and played cards and letters to England's first innings of 148, India lost a wicket conditions, dry and sunny.
However, the series has a huge impact on the success of Cook. Then he glides both by murali Vijay and Ajinkya Rahane - the fate of the legs of Aaron performing Vijay.
Cook resignation led to a mini collapse England lost four wickets 38 sheets.
Map beat the high side looked dominant on both sides of the window and reached 50 for the sixth time slips testing. Seven low-ball
Stat Day
Joe Root only the third England batsman to score each test series in five games, wally Hammond half century against South Africa in 1938-1939 and Peter May against South Africa in 1955, John EDRICH six game series in Australia in 1970-1971.
However, a new fool says Ashwin hands of two balls later Ian Bell off Ishant Moeen bat later played a Wicketkeeper Dhoni and Ashwin.
The crisis has stopped the challenge of Buttler and 80 for the sixth wicket root.
Both are wise to get past first, but after tea. Buttler killed nine cases of attractors You are trapped in captain Dhoni and Ishant midwicket.
The resignation of Chris Woakes duck gun sounded just delayed acceleration as root and Jordan 67 from 62 balls in total Maaintu.

Root proudly displays all special noqonyasaa Stuart Binny. Speaking York, Yorkshire batsman twice in the third and fourth down, the entire root length as Binny directed him to the ground.

It was a day to forget for India said Jordan exceeded the second slip between the gum and stop shaking dismay Dhoni: Head to the limit

Gary Ballance drives through cover as he and Alastair Cook add 125 for the second wicket

Varun Aaron sees Alastair Cook put down at slip by Murali Vijay
Jos Buttler and Joe Root put on 80 for the sixth wicket

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