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IND Vs Eng 5th Test Live Updates:5th Test between India and England canceled, who won the series? big suspense

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IND Vs Eng 5th Test Live:The fifth Test match between India and England starting today in Manchester has been cancelled. Now the suspense remains on who won the series.

IND Vs Eng 5th Test Live

IND Vs Eng 5th Test Live
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IND Vs Eng 5th Test Live

The fifth Test match between India and England starting today in Manchester has been cancelled. Initially it was decided to postpone the match for a day and then the match was cancelled. Ever since the Indian players have decided not to play the match, the England Cricket Board (ECB) has tweeted claiming that their team has won.

However, he deleted this tweet shortly after. Indeed, the ECB argued that since India refused to play the match, England took the lead, however, the decision to cancel the fifth Test raised many questions.

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The question is whether this match will be counted as a draw, will it be treated as a four-match series or will the fifth match which has been canceled be played more? There are other questions about which there is a lot of confusion. In general, there is still suspense about who won this series? Tweeted- No game today, okay Tata, bye…. A day earlier, assistant physicist Yogesh Parmar was hit by Covid.

Earlier, during the fourth Test, India coach Ravi Shastri, bowling coach Bharat Arun and field coach R Sridhar were found infected with the coronavirus. Talking about the current series, Team India is currently leading 2-1 and if this match is tied or India wins, then the series will also win its name. The draw of the match was to start at 3 pm while the match was to start at 3.30 pm.

Will Team India be able to change the history of 85 years?

The Indian team was about to land here today to change the 85-year-old record. The team is looking forward to their first win at Old Trafford. Actually, India’s team played the first Test here in 1936. During this a total of 9 matches were played, due to which India lost 4, while 5 matches were drawn.

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