England won by chasing the highest 358 runs in their Test history. Joe Root's side achieved this feat in the 2019 Headingley Test against Seba Australia. This time England made history by chasing 36 runs against India with the help of Joe Root and Johnny Bairstow. Joe Root and Johnny Bairstow's unbeaten double century in the Edgbaston Test chased down India's 36-run knock, with Ben Stokes winning by six wickets in Daputa. England ended the series 2-2 with an unbroken 269-run stand between Root and Bearstore. Last year (in 2021), India played four of the five-match Test series in England before the second part of the IPL started in the United Arab Emirates. The team led by Virat Kohli was leading 2-1. England chased down runs on the fourth day and scored 108 runs without wickets. But the hosts lost 3 wickets before going for 109 runs. But Joe Root and Johnny Bairstow made a fortune by surprising the Indian bowlers. The pair started the fifth day's play with an unbroken 150-run stand. From the start of the day, Indian fast bowlers Jaspreet Bumrah, Mohammad Shami, Mohammad Siraj or Shardul Tagore put on a 269-run stand to give England a historic victory. Bairstow scored 114 off 145 balls and Joe Root remained unbeaten on 142 off 163 balls. The highest run-scoring record in the fourth innings on English soil in 64 years. In 1946, Australia won by 404 runs at Headingley. This is the record for the highest run chase in a fourth innings on English soil so far. All in all, it is the eighth highest run-scoring record in the history of Test cricket. In 2003, the West Indies won by 418 runs against Australia in Antigua. That is still the highest run-scoring record in Tests. Jaspreet Bumrah's India scored 415 in the first innings with Rishabh Pant's 145 and Rabindra Jadeja's 104. England fell into great danger to answer. England were bowled out for 264 after Johnny Bairstow's 106 in the Indian fast bowlers' fire. India batted in the second innings from 132 runs ahead. Cheteshwar Pujara (7) and Rishav Pant (56) were able to score 245 runs. All in all, England scored 36 runs to win the fourth innings of the match. Rhythmically huge goal. Before chasing such a big run, every team should be shocked. But the English should bet, no matter how big the goal, they will chase. Everyone knows the next story. England left the field with a victory with the bat of Bairstow and Joe Root. Short score India: 1st innings 418/10 and 2nd innings 245/10 England: 1st innings 264/10 and 2nd innings 36/3 Result: England won by 8 wickets. Man of the Match: Johnny Bairstow.