Mohammed Siraj Created History breaks records | Ind vs Eng 2nd Test Day 5 Highlights | Cricket Post
Mohammed Siraj Created History breaks records | Ind vs Eng 2nd Test Day 5 Highlights | Cricket Post India vs England 2nd Test Day 5 Highlights: The Indian cricket team has taken a 1-0 lead against England in the five-match Test series. In the second match of the series played at Lord's, Team India had set a target of 272 runs for the victory in front of the hosts. In reply, the entire England team was bundled out for just 120 runs, with India winning the series by 151 runs. In fact, on the last day of the match at Lord's ground, the Indian cricket team did something that was hardly expected. First declared the innings by scoring 298 runs in front of the hosts and then forced the entire England team to kneel for 120 runs. Hardly anyone would have thought of both these things before the start of the fifth day's play. With this, Indian fast bowler Mohammad Siraj broke the record of many legends and made a big achievement in his name. In fact, in the Lord's Test, Siraj took a total of 8 wickets in the first and second innings. In the first innings, he took the wickets of 4 batsmen for 94 runs in 30 overs. So while bowling 10.5 overs in the second innings, gave 32 runs and took 4 wickets. Bowling 40.5 overs in both the innings, he took 8 wickets giving 126 runs. This is the best performance by any Indian bowler on this ground. However, Kapil Dev bowled 53 overs at Lord's and dismissed 8 batsmen for 168 runs. With Siraj's performance on 16 August, it was India's best bowling performance. Apart from this, former veteran RP Singh took 7 wickets for 117 runs in both the innings here in 2007. So while Venkatesh Prasad took 7 wickets for 130 runs in 1996. Disclaimer: If i had used some video clips, audio clips and photos etc. all these are used as per YouTube fair use policy. Fair use is a legal doctrine that says you can reuse copyright-protected material under certain circumstances without getting permission from the copyright owner. About Fair Use Policy: Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing.