IND vs ENG 5t Test: The Indian cricket team is clashing against England in the last match of the five-match Test series. In this match, Team India made a great comeback after the centuries of Rishabh Pant and Ravindra Jadeja. But more than these two players, the player who is in the headlines at the moment is Jasprit Bumrah, the new captain of Team India. As soon as Bumrah came out to bat on the second day, he created a new history.
Bumrah hit 35 runs
When Jasprit Bumrah came to bat for Team India on the second day of the fifth Test, he did wonders. Bumrah razed England’s leading bowler Stuart Broad. In fact, Broad brought the 84th over for England. Bumrah made a strong attack on him in this over and hit 35 runs. This is a history in Test cricket and till date the biggest batsman has not been able to score so many runs in an over.
World record alert: 35 runs in a single over – Bumrah is the hero. pic.twitter.com/B43Ic5T9mD
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Rail made of fours and sixes
Bumrah broke over Broad with the very first ball of this over. He hit a four on the first ball of this over, while a four was also hit with a wide on the second ball. Broad bowled the third ball and Bumrah also hit a six on it. After this, Bumrah hit three consecutive fours and a six. Even after this, the last ball of this over was left, on which Bumrah changed the strike by taking a single. Accordingly, a total of 35 runs came in this single over of Broad. This is a world record. Earlier, Brian Lara had made a record of scoring 28 runs in an over.
Team India’s big score
At one point, the Indian team, which lost its 5 wickets for just 98 runs in the fifth test, has scored 416 runs in this match after being all out. Rishabh Pant scored the most runs for Team India on the first day. He scored 146 off 111 balls, while Jadeja scored 83 runs. At the same time, in the end, Bumrah took Team India above 400 by an unbeaten 31 runs.