IND vs ENG Day-2 Highlights: Indian bowlers shine after batsmen, half of the English team sent to the pavilion

Birmingham: In the last match of the five-match series against England postponed last year, the Indian team (IND vs ENG) has strengthened its position. England scored 84 for 5 at stumps on the second day. Earlier, the first innings of Team India ended on 416 runs. India still have a lead of 332 runs on the basis of first innings. Incessant rain ruined the second day of the match and only 38.5 overs could be bowled.

Jasprit Bumrah took the early wickets for India. He first bowled Alex Lees (six runs). In the second session, Jack Crawley (9) and Ollie Pope (10) were sent to the pavilion in their third and sixth overs. Crowley was caught by Shubman Gill while Pope’s catch was caught by Shreyas Iyer. Mohammad Siraj took the most important wicket of the day in the last session. He ended former captain Joe Root’s 67-ball 31 by getting caught by wicket-keeper Rishabh Pant in fine form.
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After this, Mohammed Shami got the result of bowling consistently well from one end in the form of the wicket of Night Watchman Jack Leach. On Shami’s delivery, Virat Kohli dropped the catch of Leach in the slips but the next over the bowler caught him in the hands of Pant without opening the account. Jonny Bairstow is at the crease with captain Ben Stokes.
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Earlier, Jasprit Bumrah played an unbeaten innings of 31 off 16 balls and the fire from his bat will be remembered by the visitors of Edgbaston for years. He took a record 29 runs off Stuart Broad’s one over with the bat while 35 runs were scored in that over, including six extras. In his first match as captain, Bumrah broke Brian Lara’s 18-year-old record for the highest score of 28 runs in an over in a Test match.
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It was the impact of Bumrah’s all-rounder game that it reduced the brightness of Jadeja’s century. In the morning, Jadeja started the day with care and completed his third century and he hit 13 fours in his innings. For England, James Anderson took five wickets for 60 runs. He took five or more wickets for the 32nd time in a Test innings from Anderson, who turns 40 next month. During this, Broad completed 550 Test wickets.

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