India was bowled out for 416 runs on the second day of the Test match against England. Jasprit Bumrah smashed Stuart Broad, and Broad conceded 35 runs in this over.
India started the second day on 338/7. Shami and Jadeja were at the crease. Shami got out with a catch after the team score reached 371. He returned by scoring 16 runs. Meanwhile, Jadeja also completed his century. Jadeja scored the third century of his Test career. Soon Jadeja (104) was bowled out by Anderson’s delivery.
Captain Bumrah’s firework came when he thought he would not cross 400 runs until he reached the last wicket. He scored 35 runs against Broad in the 84th over. Had to bowl 8 balls due to wides and no-balls. This firework included 2 sixes. With this, Broad also held the worst record of conceding the most runs in an over in Test cricket. Lara’s 28 runs against Pietersen in 2003 were at the top of the record list.
BOOM BOOM BUMRAH IS ON FIRE WITH THE BAT 🔥🔥
3️⃣5️⃣ runs came from that Broad over 👉🏼 The most expensive over in the history of Test cricket 🤯
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When India’s top-order batters failed to score runs, they built the innings on the strength of Rishabh Pant and Ravindra Jadeja. At one time, the team thought it would not even cross 200, but the fast batting of the ball and the sensible batting of Jadeja achieved the score. Batting in ODI style in a white shirt, Pant made 146 off 111 balls before returning with a catch to Zach Crowley off Root. On the other side, Ravindra Jadeja continued to fight and scored 104 runs off 194 balls.