Jasprit Bumrah Scored 35 Runs In An Over, Took 3 Wickets

Jasprit Bumrah Scored 35 Runs In An Over, Took 3 Wickets
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India’s tour of England: India Scored 416 Runs In the first innings, And England Scored Five Wickets For 84 Runs. Jasprit Bumrah’s all-rounder performance after Jadeja’s century, Team India strong.

On the second day of the fifth Test against England being played at Edgbaston on Saturday, India posted a strong total of 416 runs in their first innings amidst the rain. Rishabh Pant scored 146 runs followed by an all-rounder performance by Ravindra Jadeja of 104 runs and then captain Jasprit Bumrah, India strengthened their position in the rain-affected Test match. In response, England had lost their five wickets to 84 runs till the stumps. The hosts are still 332 runs behind India in the first innings.

Jasprit Bumrah dominated

Captain Jasprit Bumrah scored an unbeaten 31 runs while batting at number ten and then shook England’s top order. Alex Lees scored six runs, Zak Crawley scored nine runs, and Ollie Pope scored ten runs and became the victim of Bumrah. After this Mohammad Siraj took the crucial wicket of Joe Root (31), and Mohammed Shami dismissed Jack Leach. Jonny Bairstow with 12 runs and captain Ben Stokes was at the crease without opening the account.

Broad’s embarrassing record

Stuart Broad of England made an embarrassing record in his name. In his over, Indian captain Bumrah hit four fours and two sixes. Broad conceded a total of 35 runs in this over. Broad also conceded the highest 36 runs in T20 International cricket. In the 2007 World Cup, India’s Yuvraj Singh smashed him for six sixes in six balls.

India lost 5 wickets before 100 runs, but still managed to cross 400

Team India has scored more than 400 runs for the first time on foreign soil after losing five wickets in 100 runs in an innings.

It is the third time in the history of Test cricket that the Indian team has scored more than 400 runs after losing the first five wickets within 100 runs. For the first time in 1983, India lost five wickets for 92 runs against West Indies in Chennai. Despite this, India managed to score 451 runs. After this, in 2013 also against the West Indies, half of India’s team returned to the pavilion for 83 runs. In the end, India scored 453 runs. Now India has scored 416 runs after losing five wickets for 98 runs. However, this is the first time that India has scored more than 400 on foreign soil after losing five wickets within 100 runs.

First Test century on foreign soil

Jadeja played a useful inning down the order. After the vice-captain Pant, Jadeja also scored a century at Edgbaston. He made many records in his name with the innings of 104 runs here. Jadeja became the fourth Indian batsman to score a Test century at Edgbaston. It is Jadeja’s first Test century on foreign soil.

First time since 2007: After 2007, this is the first time in Indian cricket that two left-handed batsmen have scored a century in the same innings of a Test. In 1999, S Ramesh (110) and Sourav Ganguly (125) did this against New Zealand. In 2007, Ganguly (239) and Yuvraj Singh (169) scored centuries against Pakistan.

Scored third Test century: This is the third century of Jadeja’s career, playing his 60th Test match. Earlier, he scored both the centuries on the home ground. He scored 175 runs against West Indies in 2018 and against Sri Lanka earlier this year.