In the second test game being played between India and England at Lord’s, an unwanted record has been recorded within the name of fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah. He became the second bowler from Team India to bowl the most ever no balls in an innings of Test cricket.
The veteran pacer bowled a complete of 13 no balls within the first innings of the Lord’s Test against England. Before Jasprit Bumrah, in 2002, former veteran Indian fast bowler Zaheer Khan had bowled 13 no balls in an innings of Test against West Indies.
Four no balls in one over
The extent was reached when Jasprit Bumrah bowled a complete of 4 no balls in his one over. This incident happened in the 126th over of England’s innings.
During this over, Bumrah took everyone all of a sudden by bowling four no balls. Not only this, this over of the right-arm fast bowler had to bowl ten balls.
Apart from Jasprit Bumrah, Ravindra Jadeja made two within the first innings, while Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami also bowled one bowling each. England managed to require a 27-run lead within the first innings and 17 of them visited India as extras. within the Nottingham Test too, the Indian bowlers spent 13 extra runs within the first innings and 23 extra runs within the second innings.
Everything Changed After First Test Match
Jasprit Bumrah impressed everyone together with his superb bowling within the Nottingham Test against England.
He took four wickets within the first innings and five wickets within the second innings.
Bumrah, who broke the rear of the hosts by taking 9 wickets in Nottingham, appeared completely ineffective within the first innings of the Lord’s Test. He spent 79 runs within the bowling of 26 overs, but couldn’t put one wicket in his bag.