Ind v Eng, 2nd Test: India dominate the day 2

Indian cricket team have dominated the whole ‘day 2’ as Jaiswal’s double century and Bumrah’s five-wicket haul was the key highlights.

Indian cricket team have dominated the whole ‘day 2’ as Jaiswal’s double century and Bumrah’s five-wicket haul was the key highlights.

In a spectacular display of skill and dominance, the Indian cricket team took command on Day 2 of the test match against England, leaving cricket enthusiasts in awe. The day was marked by the stellar performances of opening batter Yashasvi Jaiswal, who notched up an impressive double century, and the relentless pace of Jasprit Bumrah, who claimed a five-wicket haul.

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Jaiswal’s magnificent innings of 209 runs propelled India to a commanding first innings score of 396. The left-handed batsman showcased impeccable technique, resilience, and an array of shots that left the opposition struggling to contain him. His partnership with fellow batters laid a solid foundation, setting the stage for India’s dominance in the match.

However, the highlight reel wasn’t complete without the exceptional bowling performance by Jasprit Bumrah. The pace destroyed the English batting lineup, claiming six crucial wickets. Bumrah’s ability to swing the ball both ways and deliver deadly yorkers left the English batsmen in a state of discomfort. His five-wicket haul played a pivotal role in restricting England to a modest total of 253 runs in their first innings.