Bumrah, Jadeja fashion India’s victory in 4th Test against England




Pacer Jasprit Bumrah Ravindra Jadeja blew away the Englmiddle order to fashion India’s emphatic 157-run victory in the fourth Test, here on Monday.


Chasing 368 for a win, Englwere positioned nicely at 131 for two in the opening session but lost six wickets in the middle session with Bumrah Jadeja wreaking havoc on the fifth final day of the game.


The hosts were eventually all out for 210 to hIndia a 2-1 lead in the five-match series.


The final match will be played in Manchester from September 10.


Bumrah was exceptional with his in-swinging balls teasing yorkers while Jadeja exploited the rough patches on the track to tilt the game in India’s favour.


Engllost six wickets for 62 runs in the second session were all out in post-tea session.


Bumrah dismissed Ollie Pope (2) Jonny Bairstow (0) while Jadeja saw the back of Haseeb Hameed (63) Moeen Ali (0).


Shardul Thakur got the key wicket of rival skipper Joe Root (36) while Umesh Yadav dismissed Chris Woakes (18), Craig Overton (10) James Anderson (2).


Brief Scores:

India: 191 466

Engl290 210 in 92.2 overs. (H Hameed 63, R Burns 50; U Yadav 3/60, S Thakur 2/22, J Bumrah 2/27, R Jadeja 2/50).

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