The Indian cricket team played against England in the fifth test match of the series under the captaincy of Jasprit Bumrah. On the last tour, this match had to be postponed in view of the crisis of the covid epidemic. India ended the day at 338 for 7 after losing 5 for 98 on the first day of the match. On the second day, captain Bumrah created a world record with the bat.
Stuart Broad, who came to England for the 84th over of Indias innings on the second day, scored 35 runs and he became the most expensive over bowler in cricket history. Rishabh Pant scored 146 runs on the first day of the match, while Ravindra Jadeja was dismissed after scoring 104 runs on the second day. But the most discussed was Bumrahs batting, which reminded Yuvraj Singh.
In front of Jasprit Bumrah, the English bowler bowled something in anger, and he and the team had to bear the loss. Bumrah hit a four on the first ball and only after that did the whole game start. On the next ball, Broad took 5 runs in leg bye, then Bumrah hit a strong six and the ball became a no. Meaning a total of seven runs were taken on this ball.
On the next three balls, Bumrah hit three consecutive fours one after the other. After this hit a strong six and in the end, the over ended with 1 run. There was a run-out opportunity on this ball but Mohammad Siraj brought the bat to the crease at the right time and saved the wicket.
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