Mohammed Shami aur Jasprit Bumrah’s partnership| Team India lost 8 wickets on score of 209 runs but Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah played in in life in Bharat banaam England match| India vs England 2nd Test|

Mohammed Shami aur Jasprit Bumrah’s partnership| Team India lost 8 wickets on score of 209 runs but Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah played in in life in Bharat banaam England match| India vs England 2nd Test|

Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami

Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credits:&nbspAP

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  • India vs England 2nd Test – Lord’s Cricket Ground
  • In the second innings, India’s tail batsmen made England sweat
  • Historic partnership for the 9th wicket between Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah

tail batsman Mohammed Shami (Mohammed Shami) and Jasprit Bumrah (Jasprit Bumrah) Presenting a fine example of his batting prowess, India took the lead on the fifth and final day of the second Test against England with an unbroken 77-run partnership for the ninth wicket at Lord’s Cricket Ground on Monday. India had scored 286 for eight till lunch on the fifth day and now their lead has increased to 259 runs. At lunch, Shami was playing 52 runs off 67 balls, which included five fours and a six. Bumrah has scored 30 not out, which is the highest score of his career.

India had scored 364 runs in their first innings, in response to which England scored 391 runs to take a 27-run lead. India started playing at 181 for six in the morning and added 105 runs for the loss of two wickets in the session before a charismatic performance from Shami and Bumrah. This added to the trouble for England, who looked to be in better shape after the early dismissal of Rishabh Pant in the morning.

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The score was 209 for 8 wickets..

Shami and Bumrah took charge when the Indian team was not looking even in a position to take a 200-run lead at 209 for eight. Both of them batted with ease in front of James Anderson to Moeen Ali and thrilled their fellow players with their shots.

Mohammed Shami

Shami’s flicks and Bumrah’s drives were a sight to behold

The most important thing was that they played without any pressure. In such a situation, Shami’s flicks and Bumrah’s drives were emphasizing the problems of the England players. Meanwhile, both these batsmen also got life donations which they took advantage of. Indian players especially skipper Virat Kohli would jump on every shot of Shami and Bumrah. Both of them also made some bookish shots.

Lords balcony virat kohli

England spinner targeted

Shami also displayed a good example of his skill of playing shots in the air. On the slowing pitch, he targeted spinner Moeen Ali. Shami completed the second half-century of his Test career by hitting four consecutive deliveries from this spinner and a 92-meter long six at midwicket. For this he played 57 balls.

Bumrah and Shami

Bumrah surpasses his previous best score

Bumrah then crossed the previous highest score of his career (28 runs). The pressure under which England captain Joe Root was under can be gauged from the fact that he scattered the fielding but it only helped the Indian batsmen and they easily stole a couple of runs.

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In the morning, the Indian team was in charge of Pant (22 off 46 balls) but he was caught by wicketkeeper Jos Buttler off Olly Robinson (2 for 41) after hitting a reliable boundary off Anderson. He was accompanied by yesterday’s second undefeated batsman Ishant Sharma, who contributed 16 runs in 24 balls. Robinson dismissed him leg before.

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