VIDEO: Bumrah Records Highest Runs Ever In 1 Over In Test Cricket With A 4, 4, 6, 4, 4, 4, 6 Over Against Broad
Jasprit Bumrah takes Stuart Broad to the cleaners in one over taking him for 35 runs - highest ever in Test cricket (AFP)

India vs England, Day 2, Edgbaston Highlights: Jasprit Bumrah took England pacer Stuart Broad to the cleaners by recording the highest runs ever scored in one over in Test cricket on the second day of the fifth Test against England at Edgbaston. The first ball went for a boundary which was followed by a wide that also went for a boundary. If that wasn’t enough, the next one was parked out of the stadium by Bumrah off a no-ball as Broad completely lost the plot.

What followed next was absolute carnage, bringing back memories of Yuvraj Singh’s six sixes in 2007 in the T20 World Cup off the same bowler Stuart Broad. The next three balls saw Bumrah hit three consecutive boundaries which was followed by another six. Adding insult to injury, Bumrah blocked the next one and immediately ran to hold on to the strike next over – a tailender doing that to a fast bowler is a rare sight.

The over read: 4, 4WD, 6NB, 4, 4, 4, 6, 1


India were bowled out for 416 with Bumrah remaining unbeaten on 31 off 16 balls. The visitors struck early with the ball as Alex Lees was cleaned up by none other than Bumrah once again. The morning session saw some unbelievable things happening – one being you can’t keep Bumrah out of the game.


India would like to believe that they have the upper hand so far in the Edgbaston Test.