Not the primary massively costly over of Broad – he conceded 36 runs when India’s Yuvraj Singh hit him for six sixes throughout a 2007 World Twenty20 match.
England’s prime pacer Stuart Broad has set a brand new if undesirable report by conceding 35 runs in a Check over, towards India at Edgbaston.
Stand-in India captain Jasprit Bumrah did the majority of the harm by hitting 29 runs off the bat in an over from Broad that additionally featured 5 wides and a no-ball struck for six.
The earlier most runs scored in a Check over was 28, a feat achieved thrice within the format’s 145-year historical past.
India had been 377-9 firstly of the 84th over, with tailender Bumrah – main India for the primary time rather than common captain Rohit Sharma who was dominated out with COVID-19 – on strike.
Bumrah hooked the primary ball of the over for 4 off a prime edge and the subsequent supply noticed a bouncer soar over wicketkeeper Sam Billings’ head for 5 wides.
Then got here the six from a no-ball – value seven runs in whole – off one other prime edge.
Broad’s following supply, a full toss that got here near a no-ball on peak, was smashed by mid-on for 4.
An edged 4 to superb leg took India previous 400 earlier than Bumrah swung himself off his toes hitting one other boundary.
Bumrah then ensured the Check-over report was damaged in model with a hooked six off deep backward sq. leg earlier than the over ended with a scrambled single as Broad didn’t run out Mohammad Siraj.
It was not the primary massively costly over of Broad’s worldwide profession. He conceded 36 runs when India’s Yuvraj Singh hit him for six sixes throughout a 2007 World Twenty20 match in Durban.