Rishabh Pant and Rabindra Jadeja took the helm when India lost 5 wickets for 98 runs. The two players completely ruined the joy of the English bowlers. The two were separated after the partnership of 222 runs.
Meanwhile, Pant batted in ODI style and completed the fifth century of his career. After scoring a century off 89 balls, he was dismissed for 146 off 111 balls. Rabindra Jadeja remained unbeaten with 83 runs.
Jadeja also completed his century by batting on the second day. He completed his third Test century of his career and was dismissed for 104 runs. Jadeja returned to the dressing room after being bowled by Anderson.
Mohammad Shami was dismissed for 16 runs. At the last moment, Jasprit Bumrah set a world record.
ODI and T20 cricket has a record of 36 runs off 6 balls with 6 sixes. But what is the maximum number of runs that can be taken in one over in Test cricket? Where in Tests you have to bat patiently, you have to score runs by spending lots hours on the field, If the run rate is 3 or more, many people start applauding, then what is the maximum number of runs in an over?
There is a record of beating the bowler in Tests to take a maximum of 28 runs in one over. Not one, but three. Involved in those three records were Brian Lara, George Bailey and Keshav Maharaj.
This time Jasprit Bumrah of India surpassed all of them. Indian captain Bumrah has scored 35 runs from one over after beating English bowler Stuart Broad in the ongoing Test against England at Edgbaston in Birmingham. This is the highest run-scoring record in the history of Test cricket.
This is the incident of the 84th over of the Indian innings. Although 35 runs came, 29 runs came from Bumrah’s bat. The remaining 6 runs came from extra.
Stuart Broad returned Mohammad Shami in the 4th ball of the 80th over. After that Bumrah came down to bat. Bumrah could not make a single run off first 7 balls before the start of the 84th over. At that time India’s run was 377 for 9 wickets. At the end of the 84th over, their run was 412.
India’s innings ended after Mohammad Siraj was dismissed by Anderson. Where they lost 5 wickets for 98 runs, in the end India’s collection stood at 416 runs.
English pacer James Anderson is still showing the magic of old bones. He took 5 wickets alone with 60 runs. Matthew Potts took 2 wickets and Stuart Broad, Ben Stokes and Joe Root took 1 wicket each.
The English can’t take advantage of anything by batting in the first innings. After playing 27 overs, they lost 5 wickets for 84 runs.
Alex Lees made 6 runs off 9 balls. Jack made 9 runs off 17 balls. Ollie Pope made 10 off 18 balls. Joe Root showed hope but returned to the dressing room after scoring 31 off 67 balls. Bairstow made 12 runs off 47 balls and remained unbeaten. Jack Leach made zero runs.
For India, Jasprit Bumrah took 3 wickets for 35 runs in 11 overs. Besides, Shami and Siraj got 1 wicket each.
ENG vs IND Scoreboard
India (1st Innings) – 416/10 (84.5)
England (1st Innings) – 84/5 (27.0)
ENG vs IND – Playing XIs
|ENG||Ben Stokes (c), Sam Billings (wk), Zak Crawley, Alex Lees, Joe Root, Ollie Pope, Matty Potts, Jonny Bairstow, Jack Leach, Stuart Broad, James Anderson|
|IND||Jasprit Bumrah (c), Rishabh Pant (wk), Cheteshwar Pujara, Shubman Gill, Virat Kohli, Hanuma Vihari, Ravindra Jadeja, Shreyas Iyer, Mohammed Shami, Shardul Thakur, Mohammed Siraj|