Jasprit Bumrah broke Brian Lara’s world record as Stuart Broad conceded the most expensive test in history

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Jasprit Bumrah broke Brian Lara’s long-standing record
  • Stuart Broad has conceded the most expensive in Test cricket history
  • India finished with a total of 416 on the board
Known to be the best fast bowler in world cricket at the moment, Indian skipper Jasprit Bumrah has created a new world record with the bat in the ongoing fifth Test match of the India-England series at Edgbaston Cricket Ground. In the 83rd round of the Indian innings, Stuart Broad conceded 35 runs to help India break through the 400 run mark in the innings.
While five of those runs came from wide, 29 of them came off Bumrah’s bat. The Indian captain scored four limits and two sixes in an incredible over that stunned the England cricket team and had the crowd on fire. Under this, Broad conceded the most expensive in the history of Test cricket. Bumrah broke Brian Lara’s record for scoring the most points in the game’s longest format. Lara had set the record in a 2003 West Indies-South Africa test match of Robin Petersen’s bowling.

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By conceding 35 runs in an over, Broad now holds the record for most runs conceded in an over in the history of Test cricket. The veteran English pacer is also a co-holder of the same T20I cricket record alongside Sri Lankan spinner Akila Dananjay. Broad had conceded 36 runs in the 2007 T20 World Cup against India when Yuvraj Singh ran him down for six sixes in an over.

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Bumrah’s spectacular effort helped India finish with a whopping 416 on the board as they trailed to 98-5 on day one. Ravindra Jadeja and Rishabh Pant marked centuries for visitors. The duo put together a record partnership of 222 runs for the sixth wicket.

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