Indian bowlers wreak havoc, 5 England batsmen out for 84 runs
Bumrah dealt another big blow to England in the second session after he dismissed Zak Crawley. After this, the Indian captain broke England’s back by dismissing Ollie Pope.
IND vs ENG 5th Test: For Jasprit Bumrah, the second day of the fifth cricket test match was very spectacular. While Bumrah did wonders in batting, when he came out to bowl, he did wonders there too. Bumrah has broken the back of the team by dismissing three top-order batsmen of England. At present, India has strengthened its position by taking control against England in the ongoing fifth Test in Birmingham. When Bumrah dismissed Alex Liege, the game had to be stopped once again due to rain. After the rain stopped, the afternoon lunch was delayed, in which England were level at 16-1 after three overs. However, by the end of the game on the second day, the England team had scored 84 runs for 5 wickets.
Bumrah dealt another big blow to England in the second session after he dismissed Zak Crawley. After this, the Indian captain broke England’s back by dismissing Ollie Pope. During this, the team’s score was only 44 runs for three wickets. Later, England’s score reached 78 runs when Mohammad Siraj gave India another success by dismissing Joe Root. Shortly after this, Mohammed Shami battered England’s condition by taking the wicket of Jack Leach.
Earlier, Ravindra Jadeja scored a brilliant century by scoring 104 runs in 194 balls. The hosts were all out for 416 runs in their first innings. Resuming 338/7 on the second day of play, India added 78 runs for the loss of the remaining three wickets during the opening session. Jadeja and Mohammed Shami (16) added 33 runs in 40 balls. Earlier, captain Jasprit Bumrah contributed to India crossing the 400-mark by scoring an unbeaten 31 in just 16 balls. Bumrah scored 35 runs off Stuart Broad by hitting two sixes and four fours and set the world record for the most runs in an over in Test cricket. James Anderson was the most successful bowler for England, taking 5 for 60, which included the wicket of Jadeja.