Indian fast bowlers put pressure on England first with the bat and then destroyed their batting with their sharp bowling. Lead in a five-match Test series. On the fifth and final day of the match, India scored 272 runs in 60 overs against England on Monday, but Mohammad Siraj (4/32), Jaspreet Bumrah (3/33), Ishant Sharma (13) and Mohammad Shami (13) One wicket for the English team put together for 120 in 52nd over.
It was India’s third win at Lord’s in 19 matches. He had first won this historic ground in 1986 and 2014. This is the third victory for the Indian team at Lord’s Ground in its 89-year history, known as the Mecca of Cricket. At the moment, India have played a total of 19 matches so far. Of these, he has lost 12 but has had four draws. India were defeated in five consecutive matches between 1932 and 1967 at Lord’s Ground. Team India’s first win in the field was in 1986 by five wickets. At the same time, he took his second win of the year by 95 runs in 2014 and is now 151.
Earlier, India declared their second innings at 298 for 8, adding an unbroken 89 from Shami (56 off 70 balls) and Bumrah (34 off 64 balls) for the ninth wicket. With the help of KL Rahul’s 129, India were all out for 364 in their first innings, in reply England were leading by 271 runs at 391 and Joe Root’s unbeaten 180. Only three England batsmen, including Root (33 from 60 balls) and Jose Butler (25 from 96 balls) reached double figures.
Indian fast bowlers have been putting pressure on England ever since. Bumrah and Shami took the ball after displaying their best batting skills, and India got off to a good start by sending both openers into the pavilion in the first two overs. A ball to Bumrah’s leg side, Rory Burns (zero) took the bat’s edge and blew it into the air, catching Siraj running. Shami was caught behind by Dome Sibley (zero) in the next over. England won by two wickets. Shamee soon gets Husib Hamid’s wicket for India but Rohit Sharma dropped his easy catch in slips. However, the mistake did not cost India much as Hamid could only score nine. Ishant made him fall to the leg before the ball arrived. Shortly before tea time, the umpire rejected Ishant’s leg-before appeal against Johnny Bairstow (2) but the decision in the DRS went in favor of India.
After tea time, Bumrah got Root’s leading wicket in the third delivery. His angled ball took the edge of the bat from the corner and went to Kohli in slips, but the Indian skipper Bumrah missed an easy catch by Butler on the ball. When Moeen Ali (13 off 42 balls) gave Siraj such a chance, Kohli made no mistake. Siraj had troubled left-handed players and his delivery to Sam Karen was excellent, which ended in Pant’s glove after kissing the bat. Karen ‘became a king duo’. He was dismissed in the first delivery of the first innings. Siraj could not make a hat-trick for the second time in the game. The ball became soft as the game progressed but Bumrah Oli Robinson (nine off 35 balls) was dismissed for his slow delivery. Siraj, who tugged an outgoing ball and caught Pant, managed to get Butler’s attention in the next over. Siraj bowled Jimmy Anderson in the same over to indulge the Indians in excitement.
Earlier, India started 181 for six in the morning and added 105 runs for the two wickets in the session before Shami and Bumrah’s charismatic performances. This quickly escalated to England having been in good form after the early dismissal of Pant (22 off 46 balls) and Ishant (16 off 24 balls). At one stage, the Indian team did not look to be in the lead of 200 after scoring 209 runs for eight wickets. However, Shami and Bumrah batted easily and thrilled their teammates, including Kohli, with their shots.
IND vs ENG: India have won their third win at Lord’s, taking a 1-0 lead in the series
The most important thing was that he played without any pressure. In such a situation, Shamia’s Flix and Bumrah drives emphasized the problems of England players. Root’s pressure can be measured by the fact that he has scattered the field, but that only helped Indian batsmen and they easily stole a couple of runs. Shami targeted spinner Moeen Ali on a slow pitch. Shami completed the second half of his Test career with four consecutive deliveries from this spinner and hitting a 92-meter long six in the mid wicket. For this, he played 57 balls. Bumrah has since surpassed the previous highest score (28) of his career. The third game of the five-match series will be held in Leeds from 25 August.