India beat England by 157 runs in the fourth Test to take a 2-1 lead in the five-match series. Paldu was tied till the fifth and final day. The match can go to any team. All three results were made possible even before the start of the fifth day’s play. However, those two wickets from Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah sent England on the back foot in the match. Which turned the match upside down. This was also accepted by England captain Joe Root after the match.
Bumrah broke England’s back
When the fifth day’s play started, both the openers were in good form. Rory Burns was dismissed by Shardul Thakur and David Malan was run out. After lunch, India had to pressurize. Haseeb Hameed was bowled by Ravindra Jadeja. Later, captain Virat Kohli handed the ball to Bumrah and Bumrah justified the decision. This Ahmedabad bowler broke England’s back by taking two wickets in the next two overs.
Bowlers give ‘enormous’ victory to India in fourth test, beat England by 157 runs
Best ball to bowled Ollie Pope
Ollie Pope, who scored 81 in the first innings, was a big hurdle in India’s path. However, Bumrah blew his stumps on a brilliant ball. The ball landed in the off-stump line and came in quickly. There was a big gap between the bat and the pad. Ollie’s innings was reduced to two before Pope could understand the ball.
yorker storm later
England lost four wickets for 146 runs. The responsibility of handling the team’s innings was now on the two experienced batsmen of the team. However, Bumrah used his main weapon and bowled Jonny Bairstow with a lethal yorker. Bairstow looked helpless in front of a ball that came at a speed of 145 kmph. He went to the rescue but did not get any success. Bairstow could not open the account.
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Kapil Dev broke many legends behind
Bumrah completed his 100th wicket in Test cricket by dismissing Ollie Pope in the fourth Test. With this he has become the fastest Indian fast bowler to take 100 wickets. He has achieved this feat in the 24th Test of his career and has broken Kapil Dev’s record. Kapil Dev, who helped India win its first World Cup in 1983, took 100 wickets in 25 Tests.