Jasprit Bumrah played the England team first with the bat and then with the ball on Saturday. His knock gave Stuart Broad the worst record in the history of Test cricket.
- The game ended on the second day of the fifth Test
- Team India was bowled out for 416 runs
- Jadeja’s century, Bumrah’s destruction at the end
- England team 84/5 in first innings
Bumrah started the first innings after India’s all-out and hit England in consecutive overs. Jasprit Bumrah, who took openers Alex (6), Jack (9) and Ollie Pope (10) to the pavilion early on, pushed the team into self-defense. However, Joe Root (31: 4×4 in 67 balls) tried to support the England team which was 44/3. But.. Mohammad Siraj got him out.. Jack Leach (0), who came as a night watchman, was sent back by Mohammad Shami as a duckout. Bumrah who bowled 11 overs in the innings got 3 wickets.. Shami and Siraj took one wicket each.
Jasprit Bumrah’s batting was the highlight of today’s game. Although Rishabh Pant (146) and Ravindra Jadeja (104) registered centuries in the Indian team on Friday, Bumrah scored an unbeaten 31 runs in just 16 balls with the help of 4×4 and 2×6. Fast bowler Stuart Broad gave away 35 runs in a single over due to Bumrah’s blow. In this sequence, he stood in the worst record as the bowler who scored the most runs in a single over in the history of Test cricket. Among the England bowlers, James Anderson took 5 wickets.
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