India and England are facing each other in the ongoing 5th test match of the test series at Edgbaston. The Indian team is currently leading the test series by 2-1. Rishabh Pant hit a brilliant century on the first day of the Test match and grabbed the headlines. On the 2nd day, it was Jasprit Bumrah who stole the limelight.
Jasprit Bumrah played an attacking knock of 31 runs in 16 balls. Bumrah smashed Stuart Broad for 35 runs (4,4Wd,6Nb,4,4,4,6,1) in the 84th over of the game which included 29 runs from his bat. This is the record of most runs scored in a single over in the history of Test cricket. Stuart Broad didn’t have any clue which line length to ball.
Stuart Broad tried to use the tactics of short pitch balls ,but failed badly in it. With the help of a little luck, Jasprit Bumrah hit the short balls for boundaries. Indian players present in the dressing room were seen enjoying the batting of Jasprit Bumrah. They were clapping for each and every boundary of Bumrah.
In the video, Virat Kohli and Shreyas Iyer were seen standing and applauding the courage shown by Jasprit Bumrah while batting. Coach Rahul Dravid too was seen in a jolly mood and had a big smile on his face while Bumrah was smashing Stuart Broad. Mohammed Siraj too hugged Bumrah after he smashed 35 runs in a single over.
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Pant and Jadeja create history at Edgbaston
Jasprit Bumrah is leading the Indian Test team in this last test match in absence of Rohit Sharma. Bumrah led from the front in both batting and bowling. Bumrah has picked up three wickets so far. All the three wickets are of the top order of England. He would look to grab a Fifer in this innings.
The Indian team put up a total of 416 runs in the first innings after being invited to bat first. The Top order of the Indian team once again failed to put up a good show. But Rishabh Pant and Ravindra Jadeja smashed brilliant centuries to bail India out of trouble. They added 222 runs for the sixth wicket.