The team bounced back in the first Test against India. In this test which is being held in Hyderabad, the English team was weak on the first two days, but on the third day, it was weak. Showed ability in bowling and batting. The result made the match juicy. Young batsman Ollie Pope scored an unbeaten century and England is heading towards stopping the goal of fighting in front of Team India. India, who started the third day with an overnight score of 421/7, added only 15 more runs and lost the last three wickets. The team was bowled out at 436 after losing the last three wickets. This gave India a lead of 190 runs in the first innings. Ravindra Jadeja (87) missed the century. Part-time spinner among England bowlers.. Joe Root took 4 wickets. Tom Hartley took 2 wickets, Rehan Ahmed 2, Jack Leach 1 wicket. After that England started the second innings with a huge deficit and batted hard. The English batsmen scored runs in the style of baseball that was given to their team. This resulted in runs at a run rate of around 5. But Ravi Chandran Ashwin got India’s first wicket after dismissing Jack Crawley (31). Ollie Pope, who came to bat in one down, faced the Indian bowlers effectively. He added 68 runs in 57 balls with Duckett for the second wicket. At this stage, Bumrah.. took two wickets in a short period of time and brought Team India into the competition. Bumrah clean bowled Dunnett (47) and added Joe Root (2) as lbw. Jonny Bairstow (10) also took a wicket on a brilliant delivery by Ravindra Jadeja. Captain Ben Stokes (6) was also limited to single digits. With this, England stood at 163/5. Everyone thought that it would not take long for England to be bowled out. But Ollie Pope batted stubbornly. Pope, who completed the century in this sequence, crossed the lead by one hundred runs. He added 112 runs for the sixth wicket with Ben Folks. Even though Fox (34) was out in the end.. along with Rehan Ahmed (16) Pope was careful not to lose another wicket. The third day’s play ended with England 316/6. Ollie Pope was not out with 148 runs. Currently, England is leading by 126 runs in the second innings.