Pacer Jasprit’s 4-46 helps India bowl out England for 183 on Day One
India’s Jasprit Bumrah celebrates after dismissing England’s Stuart Broad during the first Test at Trent Bridge yesterday. Pic/Getty Images
India dismissed England for just 183 on the opening day of the first Test at Trent Bridge on Wednesday. At stumps, India were 21-0 with Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul both batting on nine.
Shami scalps three
Jasprit Bumrah, who struck with the fifth ball of the match to remove Rory Burns for one of four ducks in the innings, took 4-46 in 20.4 overs, with fellow paceman Mohammed Shami also bowling well for his 3-28 in 17 overs.
Root scores 64
England captain Joe Root, who won the toss, top-scored with 64 and was the only batsman to pass 30, with Yorkshire team-mate Jonny Bairstow making 29 on his Test return.
England lost six wickets for 22 runs slumping from 138-3 to 160-9 but the increasingly overcast conditions that saw the floodlights switched on promised to be challenging for India’s batsmen as well.
The hosts were without Ben Stokes after it was announced on Friday that he was taking an indefinite break from cricket to “prioritise his mental health.”
England 183 all out (J Root 64; J Bumrah 4-46, M Shami 3-28, S Thakur 2-41) v India 21-0
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