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Birmingham [UK], July 4 (ANI): India stand-in skipper Jasprit Bumrah created a new record for the most wickets taken by an India bowler during a Test series in England.
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Rohit Sharma is all set to play the first T2I International in Southampton on July 7 but the likes of Virat Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah, Rishabh Pant and Ravindra Jadeja will be available from the second T20I onwards.
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Day 3 of the ongoing fifth and final Test between India and England belonged completely to the Indian pacers, who bundled out England for 284 in the second innings
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At the end of Day three, Pujara (50*) and Pant (30*) stood unbeaten
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At Lunch, England's score read at 200/6, with Bairstow (91*) and Sam Billings (7*), currently standing unbeaten at the crease. The hosts are still trailing by 216 runs.
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Broad conceded a total of 35 runs of which 29 runs went to Bumrah's account. Thus the star Indian bowler surpassed the previous record held by West Indies great Brian Lara, Australia's George Bailey and South Africa's Keshav Maharaj.
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Bumrah displayed his prowess with the bat by taking 35 from Broad's final over in the first innings as India's tail wagged to help them amass a score of 416 in the fifth and final Test on day two at Edgbaston.
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Coming in to bat at no.10 Jasprit Bumrah made light of a bowler of Stuart Broad's calibre hitting him for four boundaries and two sixes in an over while six runs came of extras at the Edgbaston Test in Birmingham.
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At the end of the day, England's score in their first innings read 84/5, with Jonny Bairstow (12*) and Ben Stokes (0*) standing at the crease
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Jasprit Bumrah creates world record of scoring most number of runs in an over hammering Stuart Broad who conceded 35 runs
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At Tea, England's score read 60/3, with Joe Root (19*) and Jonny Bairstow (6*) standing unbeaten on the crease
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He is now above Robin Peterson, who was hit for 28 runs by legendary West Indies batter Brian Lara in 2003