Bumrah Creates World Record; and It’s Not in Bowling Department, 35 Runs in an Over

It seems like the captaincy stint is getting the best out of Jasprit Bumrah. Captaining his first test ever, Bumrah is now part of the highest run in an over.

84th Over – Broad to Bumrah – 35 Run

Anderson gets Jadeja 83rd over, and Broad to Bumrah, 400 looks far, number 10 and 11 batting for India, Siraj trying to slog every ball for six, and then comes Broad for the 84th over.

83.1 – Broad to Bumrah – 4
83.2 Broad to Bumrah – 5 wide
83.2 – Broad to Bumrah – No Ball – 6 (7nb)
83.2 – Broad to Bumrah – 4
83.3 – Broad to Bumrah – 4
83.4 – Broad to Bumrah – 4
83.5 – Broad to Bumrah – 6
83.6 – Broad to Bumrah – 1

Watch the over here.

Amazing morning for team India, as they added 78 runs for the last 3 wickets off just 11.5 overs. Inida finished their first Inning at 416.

India fights back after 98/5

Considering the situation team India was in at 98/5, 416 was not expected under the brilliant bowling attacking of Anderson and Broad. Yesterday, McCullum said in the press confrence, that it would be great result if they can keep the score down to 360 – 370.

After Pant’s Heroics on day 1, Jadeja got his hard earned 100 on the morning of day 2, before being dismissed by James Anderson for 104.

Anderson who will turn 40 in the coming month has taken his 32nd five wicket haul. Anderson has 656 test wickets in his name, and is only behind Shane Warne and Mutthiah Murlidharan.

This test match had already a 22 run over, off Jack Leach by Rishabh Pant.

Sadly for Stuart Broad, he now holds record for Most runs in a over in T20I, and Test, 36 and 35 respectively.