India were in danger of batting first in the Edgbaston Test. India lost 5 wickets for just 96 runs in the bowling attack of James Anderson. However, at the end of the day, the visitors collected 338 runs for 8 wickets. Anderson got all three of India’s seven wickets that day. Anderson set a unique record in the history of Test cricket.
The India-England match means the fight between Virat Kohli and James Anderson. The tagline has always been the fight between India’s best batsman and England’s best bowler when India-England play red ball cricket. But this time it did not happen. Kohli has been picked up by England’s new bowler Matthew Pots. However, Anderson has picked up Gill, Pujara and Iyer.
This is probably the last time he will face India. However, at this age, he proved once again that his debt has not decreased so much. Ben Stokes called on India to bat first after winning the toss at Edgbaston. The new red in the cloudy sky is naturally Anderson’s best weapon. England’s all-time highest Test wicket-taker but did not disappoint. India took two wickets before lunch.
Anderson caught both of them in the slip. After taking these two wickets, Jimmy set a unique record in the history of Test cricket. He is the first bowler to take 100 Test wickets against a specific opponent at home. Anderson then got another wicket.
years After losing 5 wickets in the beginning, Pant and Jadeja’s 222-run partnership took the team to a good position. Jadeja is now unbeaten on 63 at the crease, though he was bowled out for 146 off 111 balls by Pant in a T20I mood.