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ENG VS IND: Robin Peterson Reacts On Stuart Broad Breaks An Unwanted Record Of Him

ENG VS IND: On Friday, July 1, England will play India in the fifth test match. Additionally, the match is taking place at Birmingham, England’s Edgbaston Stadium. After sweeping New Zealand in a three-match test series, England enters this matchup in good form. They later defeated the Kiwis in the test series by a score of 3-0.

The second match was won by the England team by a margin of five wickets. The third game, though, they won by seven wickets. India entered this match with a victory over Ireland. In the two-match T20 series, the men in blue defeated Ireland 2-0. They triumphed by seven wickets in the opening game and by four runs in the second.

Despite having taken 550 wickets in the longest version of the game, Stuart Broad of England bowled the most expensive over in Test cricket history on Saturday by surrendering 35 runs in the 84th over of the innings. 

Broad’s choice to bowl short deliveries and Jasprit Bumrah’s continuous efforts as captain on his debut contributed to the continued flow of boundaries. In the Indian dressing room, Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja among others could not stop giggling as Bumrah proceeded to batter Broad.

ENG VS IND: Jasprit Bumrah Take Team India Behind 400

ENG VS IND: Robin Peterson Reacts On Stuart Broad Breaks An Unwanted Record Of Him
ENG VS IND: Robin Peterson Reacts On Stuart Broad Breaks An Unwanted Record Of Him

Prior to Broad, Englishman James Anderson and South African Robin Peterson each had the most expensive over in Test cricket, going for 28 runs. When Brian Lara put Peterson to work against the West Indies in 2003, he gave up thus many runs.

Australia’s George Bailey scored 28 runs against Anderson in 2013. India got dismissed for 416 in the first innings of the ongoing Edgbaston Test. India’s Rishabh Pant and England’s James Anderson both scored hundreds.

“Sad to lose my record today oh well, records are made to be broken I guess. Onto the next one.” Peterson quickly tweeted in response to the beating Broad received from Bumrah. 

While Ravindra Jadeja took five wickets. Bumrah clean bowled Alex Lees to give India their first innings breakthrough before the rain ruined the second consecutive day of the match. Jadeja scored 104, while Pant scored 146 for Team India. In the current five-match Test series, India leads 2-1.

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ENG VS IND: England 3 Down But Rain Ruins The Play

After Jasprit Bumrah destroyed England’s top order and gave India a tight grip on the ongoing fifth Test in Birmingham, rain again put a stop to play. After Bumrah struck early to eliminate Alex Lees, the game was interrupted by rain. England was 16-1 after three overs when the rain stoppage necessitated an early lunch.

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Bumrah took another wicket in the second session as he got rid of Zak Crawley. Ollie Pope was then removed by the Indian skipper, leaving England reeling at 44 for 3. Earlier, Ravindra Jadeja scored 104 runs off 194 balls to achieve a merited century. In their first innings, the hosts were shut out for 416 total.

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The fifth test has gotten off to a good start for the men in blue. They appear to be in good shape while England’s bowling unit is struggling. India appears to be in constant contact. Jasprit Bumrah, the skipper of India, scored 35 runs off Stuart Broad in just one over. Everyone, including the onlookers, was horrified to see the beating.

ENG VS IND: On Friday, July 1, England will play India in the fifth test match. Additionally, the match is taking place at Birmingham, England’s Edgbaston Stadium. After sweeping New Zealand in a three-match test series, England enters this matchup in good form. They later defeated the Kiwis in the test series by a score of 3-0.

The second match was won by the England team by a margin of five wickets. The third game, though, they won by seven wickets. India entered this match with a victory over Ireland. In the two-match T20 series, the men in blue defeated Ireland 2-0. They triumphed by seven wickets in the opening game and by four runs in the second.

Despite having taken 550 wickets in the longest version of the game, Stuart Broad of England bowled the most expensive over in Test cricket history on Saturday by surrendering 35 runs in the 84th over of the innings. 

Broad’s choice to bowl short deliveries and Jasprit Bumrah’s continuous efforts as captain on his debut contributed to the continued flow of boundaries. In the Indian dressing room, Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja among others could not stop giggling as Bumrah proceeded to batter Broad.

ENG VS IND: Jasprit Bumrah Take Team India Behind 400

ENG VS IND: Robin Peterson Reacts On Stuart Broad Breaks An Unwanted Record Of Him
ENG VS IND: Robin Peterson Reacts On Stuart Broad Breaks An Unwanted Record Of Him

Prior to Broad, Englishman James Anderson and South African Robin Peterson each had the most expensive over in Test cricket, going for 28 runs. When Brian Lara put Peterson to work against the West Indies in 2003, he gave up thus many runs.

Australia’s George Bailey scored 28 runs against Anderson in 2013. India got dismissed for 416 in the first innings of the ongoing Edgbaston Test. India’s Rishabh Pant and England’s James Anderson both scored hundreds.

“Sad to lose my record today oh well, records are made to be broken I guess. Onto the next one.” Peterson quickly tweeted in response to the beating Broad received from Bumrah. 

While Ravindra Jadeja took five wickets. Bumrah clean bowled Alex Lees to give India their first innings breakthrough before the rain ruined the second consecutive day of the match. Jadeja scored 104, while Pant scored 146 for Team India. In the current five-match Test series, India leads 2-1.

READ MORE: It’s Being 950 Day And We Still Wait Virat Kohli’s Hundred

ENG VS IND: England 3 Down But Rain Ruins The Play

After Jasprit Bumrah destroyed England’s top order and gave India a tight grip on the ongoing fifth Test in Birmingham, rain again put a stop to play. After Bumrah struck early to eliminate Alex Lees, the game was interrupted by rain. England was 16-1 after three overs when the rain stoppage necessitated an early lunch.

Bumrah took another wicket in the second session as he got rid of Zak Crawley. Ollie Pope was then removed by the Indian skipper, leaving England reeling at 44 for 3. Earlier, Ravindra Jadeja scored 104 runs off 194 balls to achieve a merited century. In their first innings, the hosts were shut out for 416 total.

The fifth test has gotten off to a good start for the men in blue. They appear to be in good shape while England’s bowling unit is struggling. India appears to be in constant contact. Jasprit Bumrah, the skipper of India, scored 35 runs off Stuart Broad in just one over. Everyone, including the onlookers, was horrified to see the beating.

ENG VS IND: On Friday, July 1, England will play India in the fifth test match. Additionally, the match is taking place at Birmingham, England’s Edgbaston Stadium. After sweeping New Zealand in a three-match test series, England enters this matchup in good form. They later defeated the Kiwis in the test series by a score of 3-0.

The second match was won by the England team by a margin of five wickets. The third game, though, they won by seven wickets. India entered this match with a victory over Ireland. In the two-match T20 series, the men in blue defeated Ireland 2-0. They triumphed by seven wickets in the opening game and by four runs in the second.

Despite having taken 550 wickets in the longest version of the game, Stuart Broad of England bowled the most expensive over in Test cricket history on Saturday by surrendering 35 runs in the 84th over of the innings. 

Broad’s choice to bowl short deliveries and Jasprit Bumrah’s continuous efforts as captain on his debut contributed to the continued flow of boundaries. In the Indian dressing room, Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja among others could not stop giggling as Bumrah proceeded to batter Broad.

ENG VS IND: Jasprit Bumrah Take Team India Behind 400

ENG VS IND: Robin Peterson Reacts On Stuart Broad Breaks An Unwanted Record Of Him
ENG VS IND: Robin Peterson Reacts On Stuart Broad Breaks An Unwanted Record Of Him

Prior to Broad, Englishman James Anderson and South African Robin Peterson each had the most expensive over in Test cricket, going for 28 runs. When Brian Lara put Peterson to work against the West Indies in 2003, he gave up thus many runs.

Australia’s George Bailey scored 28 runs against Anderson in 2013. India got dismissed for 416 in the first innings of the ongoing Edgbaston Test. India’s Rishabh Pant and England’s James Anderson both scored hundreds.

“Sad to lose my record today oh well, records are made to be broken I guess. Onto the next one.” Peterson quickly tweeted in response to the beating Broad received from Bumrah. 

While Ravindra Jadeja took five wickets. Bumrah clean bowled Alex Lees to give India their first innings breakthrough before the rain ruined the second consecutive day of the match. Jadeja scored 104, while Pant scored 146 for Team India. In the current five-match Test series, India leads 2-1.

READ MORE: It’s Being 950 Day And We Still Wait Virat Kohli’s Hundred

ENG VS IND: England 3 Down But Rain Ruins The Play

After Jasprit Bumrah destroyed England’s top order and gave India a tight grip on the ongoing fifth Test in Birmingham, rain again put a stop to play. After Bumrah struck early to eliminate Alex Lees, the game was interrupted by rain. England was 16-1 after three overs when the rain stoppage necessitated an early lunch.

Bumrah took another wicket in the second session as he got rid of Zak Crawley. Ollie Pope was then removed by the Indian skipper, leaving England reeling at 44 for 3. Earlier, Ravindra Jadeja scored 104 runs off 194 balls to achieve a merited century. In their first innings, the hosts were shut out for 416 total.

The fifth test has gotten off to a good start for the men in blue. They appear to be in good shape while England’s bowling unit is struggling. India appears to be in constant contact. Jasprit Bumrah, the skipper of India, scored 35 runs off Stuart Broad in just one over. Everyone, including the onlookers, was horrified to see the beating.

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