Wednesday, August 17, 2022

India vs England 5th Test Day 2; Jasprit Bumrah produce an inspiring performance as England Trail By 332 runs

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Owing to Jasprit Bumrah‘s 3/35 and one wicket each from Mohammed Shami and Mohammed Siraj, India reduced England to 84/5 on Day 2 of the current fifth Test at Edgbaston, Birmingham.

After taking out England’s first pair of Alex Lees and Zak Crawley and Ollie Pope, Bumrah took the initiative and placed India in total command of the match against the hosts. On Saturday, the acting captain displayed his best all-around skills.

Bumrah smashed a quickfire 31 not out from 16 before showcasing his talent with the ball. Rishabh Pant (146) and Ravindra Jadeja (104) earlier scored century as England were defeated by a score of 416 runs.

England was 16-1 after three overs when the weather forced an early lunch. Bumrah took another wicket in the second session as he got rid of Zak Crawley. Ollie Pope was then removed by the Indian skipper, leaving England reeling at 44 for 3.

Jasprit Bumrah scored 31 runs in 16 not out, also took three wickets for India

Siraj and Shami respectively captured Root and Leach during the last session. Stokes and Bairstow were in the thick of England’s 84 for five total at the end of the second day. The Indians gained 78 runs for the loss of the final three wickets in the first session after resuming on 338/7.

In order to score 35 runs off Stuart Broad, Bumrah hammered two sixes and four fours, setting a new record for the most runs ever scored in a Test cricket over.

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