Rishabh Pant (146) followed by Ravindra Jadeja’s strong 104 and captain Jasprit Bumrah’s swashbuckling innings in the last over, the Indian team crossed the 400-run mark for the first time after falling for 5 wickets within 100 runs on foreign soil. Got success. Team India scored 416 runs for the loss of all wickets in the first innings against England. Earlier, India have scored more than 400 scores on their soil twice after losing 5 wickets within 100 runs.
For the first time, the Indian team did this feat against the West Indies in 1983. In the first innings of this match, the Indian team at one point lost 5 wickets at the score of 92. But thanks to Sunil Gavaskar’s unbeaten 236, India declared their first innings at 451 for 8. This match was a draw.
For the second time in 2013, against the West Indies, India lost their five wickets at the score of 83 runs. But then Rohit Sharma and Ashwin played centuries to take the team’s score to 453 runs. India won this match by an innings and 51 runs.
Talking about the fifth test match against England, on the first day, India were struggling for the loss of 5 wickets at the score of 98. But thanks to the double century partnership between Pant and Jadeja, India managed to score 338 runs on the first day. Jadeja and Mohammed Shami took their time, starting the second day at 338/7, but Shami picked up the pace with two fours in Matthew Potts’ over.
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During this, Jadeja also completed his century. Stuart Broad brought Shami back to the pavilion for 16 runs to complete his 550 Test wickets, while Jadeja made 104 runs in his 194-ball knock with 13 fours before being dismissed by Anderson.
Jasprit Bumrah (31 not out), captaining India for the first time since nine wickets down, took England in a storm. Bumrah added 35 runs in an over off Broad, of which 29 came from Bumrah’s bat, five runs from wide and one run from no ball.
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Bumrah became the highest run-scorer in an over in a Test match. Along with this, Broad also achieved the title of most runs in an over in a Test match. For England, James Anderson took the highest five-wicket haul and thanks to the “Bumrah storm”, India made 416 runs for the loss of 10 wickets.