IND vs ENG: Team India took 5 wickets for England, tightened the screws, Bumrah’s great performance

Birmingham. Jasprit Bumrah and Ravindra Jadeja have put Team India in a strong position in the 5th Test. Bumrah performed brilliantly with both bat and ball. At the end of the second day’s play, England lost 5 wickets for just 84 runs in the first innings. The Indian team still has a lead of 332 runs. Jonny Bairstow is playing on 12 runs. Joe Root could not play a big innings. Team India has scored 416 runs in the first innings. After Rishabh Pant, Ravindra Jadeja also scored a century. However, the game had to be stopped three times due to rain. Bumrah has taken 3 wickets so far. At the same time, Shami and Siraj got one wicket each. The Indian team is leading 2-1 in the 5-match series.

Earlier, Jasprit Bumrah caught Alex Lees (6) in the opening season of the day, then Jack Crawley (9) and Ollie Pope (10) in the second season at slips. Crowley’s catch was caught by Shubman Gill while Pope’s catch was caught by Shreyas Iyer. The team also lost 44 runs for 3 wickets. But after this Root and Bairstow tried to handle the team. Root scored 31 off 67 balls and was dismissed by Mohammad Siraj. Jack Leach was dismissed for a duck by Shami. Captain Ben Stokes is unbeaten on zero with Bairstow.

35 runs scored in one over

Jasprit Bumrah played an unbeaten innings of 31 runs in 16 balls and his record runs with the bat will be remembered by the fans of Edgbaston for years. He scored a record 29 runs with the bat in one over of Stuart Broad while 35 runs were scored in that over including 6 extras. In his first match as captain, Bumrah broke Brian Lara’s 18-year-old record for the most runs in an over in a Test match, scoring 28 runs. He hit Broad for 4 fours and 2 sixes. India’s last three pair contributed 93 runs.

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Jadeja scored 104 runs

In the morning Ravindra Jadeja started the day with care and completed his third century. He hit 13 fours in his innings. Jadeja, who took 2500 runs and 242 wickets in Test cricket, can be considered as India’s best all-rounder after Kapil Dev. He was dismissed after scoring 104 off 194 balls. James Anderson took 5 wickets for 60 runs for England. He took five or more wickets for the 32nd time in a Test innings from Anderson, who turns 40 next month. During this, Broad completed 550 Test wickets.

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