WATCH: Barmy Army plays iconic 'Kal Ho Na Ho' title track on Day 2 of Ranchi Test

Many away fans were in attendance JSCA International Stadium Complex in Ranchi on Friday when the fourth Test between India and England began.

Sarah Andrew
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Barmy Army (source: Twitter)

Barmy Army (source: Twitter)

The start of the fourth Test between India and England on Friday attracted a massive number of visiting fans to Ranchi. Notably, the visitors, who won the toss and decided to bat first, dominated most of the first day's play. The JSCA International Stadium Complex was abuzz with both teams' fans, creating a thrilling mood.

However, the official England cricket team fanbase, Barmy Army, posted a video on X (formerly Twitter) during the match, which featured some views of the stands. Notably, a saxophone enthusiast from England appears in the video playing the soundtrack of the movie's title music, Kal Ho Na Ho, starring the actor Shah Rukh Khan.

His fellow Indian fans were clapping and dancing along to the show, showing how much they loved it. Notably, the incident clearly showed how much Indians love and cherish cricket. England’s Barmy Army captioned the post, “Carnage. God, we love India.”

Watch the full video here:

Joe Root is probably the only bloke in our team who could have done that knock: Zak Crawley

Meanwhile, England star cricketer Zak Crawley heaps praise on star batter Joe Root. Notably, Joe Root hammered the magnificent hundred on Day 1 of the fourth test, which helped his side stand in the dominant position. The 26-year-old cricketer talks about how great it is that Joe Root steps up at the crucial time against India.

"He (Root) is unbelievable. We fully expected him to get a good score at some point in this series; he was due, he's the best player we've ever had and he played phenomenally today. He deserves everything he gets, he works so hard at his game and he always comes good. Joe Root is probably the only bloke in our team who could have done that knock; he's that good, he's our best player and he's stepped up when we needed him to. We needed him to get a score and he got a score like he's done for so many years now, he's a phenomenal player," Zak Crawley said after the day's play.