IND vs ENG: Ishant
IND vs ENG: Ishant Sharma recently became the third Indian pacer to take 300 wickets in Test cricket.

India vs England: India is still in contention to qualify for the final of the first edition of the ICC World Test Championship.

Ishant Sharma said on Monday that the World Test Championship (WTC) is like a World Cup for him, and he wants the final match to be played later this year. The four-match Test series between India and England is currently 1–1 on par and now the two teams will face each other in the pink ball Test, which begins on Wednesday at the Motera Stadium. India registered a convincing 317-run win in the second Test of the ongoing four-match series against England. In the World Test Championship (WTC) standings, Virat Kohli-led team has also moved up to second place.

The upcoming third Test against England will also be Ishant’s 100th in the longest format of the game. Earlier in the series, Ishant Sharma became the third Indian fast bowler to take 300 wickets in Test cricket. Overall, he became the sixth Indian to do so.

“I would love to go to Australia to achieve 100 test milestones. But, some things don’t go according to plan. I couldn’t go to Australia, as soon as you walk on some things, life can be simple.” Ishant said during a virtual press conference that you have learned that you cannot live up to one thing in your career, it is important to move forward. Kapil Dev’s 131 test landmarks are far away, I am focusing on the upcoming test right now. Monday.

“I’m just focused on winning this series and qualifying for the finals of the WTC. I just play one format, the WTC is like a World Cup for me, if we play the finals and then we go for the win, So the feeling will be the same as winning the World Cup or Champions Trophy.

When asked about the memories from his first Test, Ishant replied: “Ravi sir was the manager when I made my debut and now he is our coach. He only told me then that I would play. I would make my debut. Was really nervous during. As a youth, when you enter the dressing room and then you see the stars you play with. 100 Tests is just one number for me, I call it one game at a time. Taking, unless the intention and aggression are shown in my bowling, I would like to continue. “

India is in contention for a place in the final of the ICC World Test Championship. They cannot afford to lose another match as they need to win 2–1 or 3–1 to qualify for the finals of the youth version of the championship.

England, who led the table after winning the opening Test, slipped to fourth place with 67.0 percentage points. They can still qualify, but for this they will have to win the remaining two matches of the Test series against India.

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