IND vs ENG: England close to avoiding India’s victory at Lord’s, Jaspreet Bumrah completes ‘magic’ and it becomes a thing

With the best bowling attack, best captain and winning spirit, the Indian cricket team broke England’s pride at Lord’s Ground and scored 151 runs. The heroes of this victory are many such players, including young fast bowler Mohammed Siraj. Siraj achieved an impossible victory by taking four wickets in each innings of the Lord’s Test. But we are not talking about them today, but Jaspreet Bumrah did a great job in bat and bowling and the team needed wickets. Bumrah bowled a ‘magical’ over in the second innings of England, taking the wicket of Ollie Robinson and giving England an eighth.

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India’s win was easy after Siraj Moeen dismissed Ali and Sam Curran in the same over, but the wicketkeeper batsman Jose Butler and Oli Robinson were not ready to give up. They both missed the Indian victory by being in the crease for more than 12 overs. England had to bat for 10 overs at the time and had three wickets remaining.

Bumrah, who came to bowl the 51st over of England’s innings, started the bouncer against Robinson here. After bowling three balls he decided to bowl around the wicket and hit Cheteshwar Pujara at the silly point. He then bowled two consecutive bouncer deliveries against Robinson, resulting in a no-ball. Bumrah then used a ball that Robinson tried to stop, but the ball hit his pads. The entire Indian team made a strong appeal as soon as they hit the pad, but the umpire refused.

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After this the team took a review and then the umpire had to change its decision and Team India got the eighth wicket. The advantage dismissed by Robinson was that Butler was distracted when he was trying to postpone India’s victory for a long time, and he caught wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant in the next over of Mohammad Siraj’s delivery. Siraj clean bowled by James Anderson, India’s historic and memorable victory in one over.

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