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4,5,7,4,4,4,6,1: Bumrah reminds Broad of Yuvraj’s ‘reminiscence’, collected 35 runs in a single over

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In 2007, 36 runs out of 36 came off Yuvraj’s bat. He hit sixes in every corner of the field. Something similar happened in the India-England Test match. Bumrah batted brilliantly and hit four fours and two sixes in Broad’s over.

Rishabh Pant and Ravindra Jadeja were amazing in the first innings of the Edgbaston Test between India and England. Both scored centuries to get Team India out of a difficult situation. At one point India had lost five wickets for 98 runs. After this, Pant and Jadeja shared a partnership of 222 runs.
Pant was dismissed for 146 runs in 111 balls and Jadeja scored 104 runs in 194 balls. However, apart from these two innings, there was another Indian batsman who made the English bowlers cry. This batsman is none other than Jasprit Bumrah, captaining Team India in this match. Bumrah played an unbeaten inning of 31 runs in 16 balls.


In the 84th over of the Indian innings, Bumrah made Stuart Broad cry. A total of 35 runs were scored in this over, out of which 29 runs came off Bumrah’s bat, while six runs were extra. Broad’s over reminded one of the 2007 T20 World Cup when Yuvraj Singh hit six sixes in an over against England. Even then the bowler was Broad.

In 2007, 36 runs out of 36 came off Yuvraj’s bat. He hit sixes in every corner of the field. Something similar happened in the India-England Test match. Bumrah batted brilliantly and hit four fours and two sixes in the over. Five runs from wide for four and Broad also bowls a no-ball. 35 runs in an over is the costliest over in Test history.

Before Broad, this record was in the name of South African Robin Peterson. He had conceded 28 runs in Johannesburg in 2003. Then in front of him was Brian Lara of West Indies. Talking about the match, India lost five wickets for 98 runs. Shubman Gill 17 runs, Cheteshwar Pujara 13 runs, Hanuma Vihari 20 runs, Virat Kohli 11 runs, and Shreyas Iyer 15 runs.

After this, Rishabh Pant and Ravindra Jadeja played a wonderful inning together and took India out of difficult situations and put them in a strong position. The two shared a 222-run partnership for the sixth wicket, which is the highest partnership for the sixth wicket in England. James Anderson took five wickets for England.

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