Bumrah Becomes Third Indian to Test Hat-Trick, Hanuma Vihari and Ishant also Shone

  • Harbhajan-Irfan, India’s Third Bowler to Take a Hat-Trick in Jasprit Bumrah Test, has Also Done This Feat
  • Team India were All Out for 416 in the First Innings, Hanuma Vihari Scored 111 Runs.
  • Jason Holder Took 5 Wickets for West Indies including Rahul, Mayank, Virat, Pant and Vihari

On the second day of the second Test against the West Indies, the Indian team was all out for 416 runs in the first innings. In response, the Windies team, batting, had scored 87 runs by losing 7 wickets till the end of the day’s play. Jasprit Bumrah bowled brilliantly, returning six Windies batsmen to the pavilion. This was his 5th five wicket hall. Bumrah took the first hat-trick of his career during this period. Bumrah Becomes Third Indian bowler to do this feat in Tests.

Earlier, only Harbhajan Singh and Irfan Pathan were able to take a hat-trick in the Test for India. Bumrah first dismissed opener James Campbell in his third over. He then dismissed Darren Bravo, Shamara Brooks and Roston Chase in his fourth over. Mohammed Shami also took the important wicket of Shimron Hetmyer.

Vihari and Ishant Showed a Great Game

Earlier, Hanuma Vihari led the team to a strong position thanks to a brilliant century (111 runs). In the lower order, he got the best of Ishant Sharma. Ishant hit seven fours in his innings of 57 runs. There was a century partnership between the two. Earlier on the first ball of the second day, Rishabh Pant was bowled by Jason Holder. Apart from this, Ravindra Jadeja could not do anything special and became the second victim of Cornwall. Jason Holder was the most successful bowler for the Windies with 5 wickets.

Know About Here: India vs West Indies 1st Test Match

Kohli and Agarwal Hit Half-Century

Earlier, captain Virat Kohli played 76 and Mayank Agarwal played the innings of 55 runs and brought the team to a strong position. India also had a poor start on the first day of the match. Opener Lokesh Rahul returned to the pavilion after scoring 13 runs. Holder caught him by Rahkim Cornwall.

Kohli’s Best Record in First Batting

Under Kohli’s captaincy, the Indian team’s batting record in the first Test has been excellent. Team India batted first in 28 matches, winning them in 22 and draws 4 matches. India’s only defeat was against England in 2018 at Lord’s.

Kohli Can Become India’s Most Successful Test Captain by Winning the Match

The Indian team will play the 48th Test under the captaincy of Virat Kohli. During this period, India won 27 Tests in 47 matches. If Team India wins this match, then Kohli will become the highest Test winning Indian Kohli. Currently, he is jointly with Dhoni in the first place. Under Dhoni’s leadership, the Indian team won 27 of 60 Tests. Bumrah Becomes Third Indian.

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