The England batsmen continued their struggle Jaspreet BamrahThe deadly pace of the game ended at 60/3 at the end of the second session of the fifth and final Test against India in Edgbaston, Birmingham on Saturday. On tea, read England’s score with 60/3. Joe Root (19 *) and Johnny Barstow (6 *) Not out on the crease. Bumrah was the first to open the castle. Alex Liz (6) With a transmission that came with an angle. There were nine hairs before this delivery.
That’s what brought Root to the crease. He and Pope tried to consolidate the innings but their position was cut to 17 after Pope was dismissed by Bumrah for just 10 runs. Shriyas Iyer Caught the batsman on the second slip. By chance. The ball of this wicket was also before nine balls.
Then there was Johnny Bairstow. He and Root put together a pair of 16 runs before the rain disrupted the game. I drank tea quickly.
A brilliant century before that Ravinder Jadeja And the late Blitz of stand-in captain Jaspreet Bumrah took India to a total of 416 on the second day in the first innings of the fifth and final Test against England here in Birmingham on Saturday.
At lunch, England’s score was 16/1, with Zack Crowley (7) and Oli Pope (0 *) unbeaten on the crease.
India started things on day 2 at 338/7. He piled up 416 runs in 84.5 overs. رشبھ پنت (146) and Ravindra Jadeja (104) were India’s stars with batting.
Captain Jaspreet Bumrah also scored 31 * off just 16 balls with four fours and two sixes.
In the 84th over of the first innings, India’s stand-in captain smoked the English pacer Stuart Broad For – 4,5w, 7nb, 4,4,4,6,1 – scored a total of 35 runs out of which 29 runs went to Bumrah.
With this, he has surpassed the legendary batsman of West Indies. Brian LaraWhich targeted South Africa Robin Peterson 28 in one over in 2003. Lara is followed by a former Australian batsman. George BaileyWhich hit the England fast bowler James Anderson 28 in 2013 and South African spinner Keshu MaharajIn 2020, he dismissed England’s Joe Root for 28 runs.
England’s James Anderson scored 5/60 in 21.5 overs. Pacer Matty Potts also scored 2/105 in 20 overs. Ben StokesJoe Root and Stuart Broad took one wicket each.
In the second innings, Jaspreet Bumrah provided an early breakthrough, dismissing opener Alex Liz for just six runs. An early lunch was taken due to rain disrupting the game.
Earlier, wicketkeeper-batsman Rishbh Pant’s stunning century and his 222-run partnership with Ravindra Jadeja took India to 338/7 on the first day of the fifth and final Test against England at the Edgbaston Stadium here on Friday.
At the end of the first day, Jadeja (83 *) and Muhammad Shami (0 *) were on the crease.
After tea, India resumed their innings at 174/5. Rishbh Pant showed his attacking intent by hitting two brilliant fours to fast bowler Matty Pott in the first over after tea.
Both continued to pile up runs, and their 100-run partnership was established.
Jadeja spun the strike as Pant played a more aggressive role as the innings progressed. Potts, James Anderson and Spinner Jack Leach There was some severe beating by the Pant.
He completed his fifth Test century off just 89 balls. This was the third fastest Indian century outside Asia. Virender Sehwag He scored the fastest 78 balls against the West Indies in 2006, followed by Muhammad Azharuddin in 1990 with 88 balls against England. Pant hit a ballistic shot in the 61st over thrown by spinner Leach, which broke him for 4, 6, 4, 6.
Jadeja also continued to look good with the bat and made his half century. The pair also completed a 200-run stand off 218 balls.
Joe Root bowled Pant for 146 off 111 balls to lead his team to victory. The 222-run stand between Pant and Jadeja finally ended in the 67th over when Zac Crowley caught Pant in the slip.
Brought it Shardul Thakur At the crease, he was caught by wicketkeeper Billings for one run by Ben Stokes.
The next player on the crease was Muhammad Shami. India ended the first day of the match in a comfortable position.
An unbeaten 76-run stand between Reshbh Pant and Ravindra Jadeja helped India score 174/5 at tea.
India were struggling 98-5 when the two joined forces.
The pair resumed the innings at 53/2 after lunch Hanuma Vihari And Virat Kohli He added 11 more runs to his partnership, before Vihari was dismissed for 20 after fast bowler Matty Pott was caught before the wicket.
With this, wicketkeeper-batsman Rishbha Pant came to the crease. Kohli also soon returned to the pavilion. He was caught by Pott’s brilliant ball for 11 runs, the ball hit the inside edge of his bat and hit the stumps. Shriyas Ayre then came to the crease and looked good and hit three fours to Potts. But he scored 15 runs and was caught by the wicket keeper by James Anderson. Sam Billings.
After that, all-rounder Ravinder Jadeja was on the crease.
Rain played a bad game early in the match.
Batting first, Shabman Gul and چیتشور پجارا Come to anchor the innings. England’s first victory came in the seventh over, when James Anderson dismissed Gayle, who left after scoring 17, leaving the team’s total at 27/1.
Vihari came to the crease and tried to partner with Pujara. The duo took India’s score to 46 before Anderson attacked again and sent Pujara back to the pavilion.
Kohli joined hands with Vihari on the crease and took India’s total to 53/2 before the rain.
Short Score: India 416 in 84.5 overs (Rishbha Pant 146, Ravindra Jadeja 104, James Anderson 5/60) to give England a 60/3 lead (Joe Root 19 *, Oli Pope 10, Jaspreet Bumrah 3/30) 356 runs.
With input from ANI and PTI
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