In the 2nd Test between India and England, Jasprit Bumrah’s three-wicket haul, supported by Ravichandran Ashwin, led India to a 106-run victory as they bowled out England for 292.

In the thrilling conclusion of the second Test between India and England in Visakhapatnam, Jasprit Bumrah secured his third wicket by dismissing Tom Hartley, sealing India’s victory by 106 runs. With this win, India has leveled the five-match Test series at 1-1, setting the stage for an exciting contest in the upcoming third match in Rajkot from February 15.

England displayed varied strategies in the day’s two sessions, initially applying pressure on India but facing a dramatic turnaround as the hosts claimed crucial wickets. Captain Ben Stokes and Ben Foakes adopted a defensive approach in the second session, but Stokes fell to a brilliant direct hit from Shreyas Iyer.

In the opening session, Kuldeep Yadav dismissed Zak Crawley for a commendable 73 off 132 balls just before Lunch. The session concluded with Jasprit Bumrah taking the wicket of Jonny Bairstow. R Ashwin also broke the partnership between Ollie Pope and Crawley, with Rohit Sharma’s exceptional slip catch dismissing Pope for 23 off 21.

Tom Hartley accelerated the scoring, sharing a brisk 55-run partnership with Foakes before Bumrah’s dismissal ended England’s innings.

Last Updated on February 5, 2024

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