Former head coach of Team India Ravi Shastri Great pacer praise Jaspreet BamrahAfter the stand-in captain became a world record of 35 runs. Stuart Broad In one over in Test cricket, Bumrah showed his mettle in the first innings by scoring 35 runs from Broad’s last over when India’s tail helped him score 416 in the fifth and final Test on the second day at Edgbaston. “When you think you’ve seen it all, this game amazes you even more. P Charming batting by Jaspritbumrah93 to wrap up Red Cherry for 29 in one over. First With YUVSTRONG12 in Durban and now in Birmingham. In the right place at the time of 35 and 36, “Shastri tweeted.
Just when you think you’ve seen it all, this game surprises you even more. Interesting batting by Jaspritbumrah93 Breaking red cherries for 29 in one over. First with Durban @ YUVSTRONG12 And now in Birmingham. The right place on air for the right time at 35 and 36.
– Roy Shastri (@RaviShastriOfc) July 2, 2022
Bumrah assisted Broad with two big sixes (one off nine balls), four boundaries, a single and five wickets in a record-breaking over. Broad gave up a total of 35 runs, of which 29 went to Bumrah. Thus, the star Indian bowler surpassed the previous record held by the West Indies great. Brian LaraOf Australia George Bailey And South Africa Keshu Maharaj.
Lara scored 28 runs for the loss of one wicket Robin Peterson Overback in 2003, while Bailey (2013) and Maharaj (2020) also shared the record.
Coming into the match, India, broken by rain on the second day of the fifth and final Test against England at Birmingham’s Edgbaston, have a lead with skipper Jaspreet Bumrah taking three of the hosts’ five wickets after a powerful batting. Led the attack. Performance
England resumed things at 60/3 after tea. Joe Root (19 *) and Johnny Bairstow (6 *) are not out on the crease. Root got off to a good start, hitting two fours off fast bowler Mohammad Shami in the first over after tea.
It brought spinners Jack Leach On the crease, who came to order as a night watchman. He was able to face only five balls before being sent back to the pavilion by the Syrians at zero. The hosts found themselves in trouble, with half the team returning for 83 runs.
Captain Ben Stokes was out on the crease the next day, his responsibility was to take England safely for the rest of the day. That’s what he did, taking the bat with his partner at the end of the last session.
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