Eng vs Ind 5th Test

Eng vs Ind 5th Test
Eng vs Ind 5th Test

Eng vs Ind 5th Test

English vs. Indian 5th Test Day 2 Live Updates: India ends the first innings with 416 runs.

Bumrah hit a helpless Stuart Broad for 29 runs

Rain again stopped play on the second day of the rescheduled fifth Test between England and India. At tea time, England was at 60 for three. Both Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow had 19 runs and Jonny Bairstow had 6. After breaking a world record with his bat, the fast-bowling captain of the visitors, Jasprit Bumrah, led by example in his main job and took all three English wickets in their first innings. This was after Bumrah hit a helpless Stuart Broad for 29 runs, breaking the world record for most runs scored in a single over in a Test match by one run over the great Brian Lara.

5th Test Day 2 Live Updates: Live cricket action from Edgbaston, Birmingham

ENG vs. IND 5th Test Live: First maiden over

Shami is in to bowl the 20th over, and he will be bowling to Root. This over doesn’t produce any runs because the England batter has trouble playing the seamer. The first over with no runs for England. ENG 77/3 after 20 overs.

The rain is back for the 5th Test between England and India

Just when the game was starting to get interesting, it started to rain again. The players run for cover, and the ground is also wet. We wait once more.

English vs. Indian 5th Test Live: Playing order!

There is a chance that the game could go on for up to 30 minutes longer.

5th Test Live: It’s raining again!

Rain is coming down again, and the players are going into the locker room. The field is now covered. ENG 60/3 after 15.1 overs.

ENG vs. IND 5th Test Live: Raining still

As we wait for a new report, the rain shows no signs of stopping. Most likely, tea will be served soon, but no one knows when the match can begin or when the rain will stop.

ENG vs. IND 5th Test Live: The game starts again!

Against Shami, Joe Root gets two boundaries. He hits the last one toward the cover and gets the result. Now, England’s batters will try to form a strong partnership. ENG 68/3 after 16 overs.

ENG vs IND 5th Test Live: Action coming up!

At 10:30 pm, the game will start. The covers have been taken off.

ENG vs. IND 5th Test Live: Umpires checking for fair play

The rain has stopped, and the umpires are on the field to see how things are. We hope to hear something pretty soon. We have to wait again until then.

ENG vs. IND 5th Test Live: Raining still

We are still waiting for the rain to stop in Edbaston, where it is still falling. This could take even longer than the last time. We hope not to lose overs, but that could happen again tonight.

Back Live: ENG vs. IND 5th Test

Back live, and Shami greets Crawley with a sizzler that beats everyone and gets 4 byes. The last round added four more. ENG 27/1 after 4 overs

Live ENG vs. IND 5th Test: Play starts back up at 17:45 IST

Update: The official BCCI Twitter account says that if it doesn’t rain any more, play will start again at 1:15 PM local time (17:45 IST) So, let’s cross our fingers.

Live: Peterson pokes fun at Broad in the ENG vs. IND 5th Test

Robin Peterson, who before today had given up the most runs in an over in the history of Test cricket (28), poked fun at Stuart Broad by saying, “Sad to lose my record today. Oh well, I guess records are meant to be broken. Now on to the next.”

Under the dark skies of Edgbaston, Rishabh Pant took another step toward becoming a great player. He hit 146 runs off 111 balls, which was an amazing display of counterpunching that made India win the first day of the series-deciding game.

England had the match in their iron grip for most of the day. After James Anderson and Matthew Potts worked together to get India down to 98/5, Pant and Ravindra Jadeja added 222 runs to get India out of trouble and even put them in the lead. When they went their separate ways, India had made 320 runs.