- 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
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29 – Bumrah off Birmingham 2022
28 – Lara off Peterson Johannesburg 2003
28 – Bailey off Anderson Perth 2013
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28 – Maharaj off Root Port Elizabeth 2020
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.
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.