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England vs India 2nd Test 2021 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - England vs India 2nd Test 2021


Watch the highlights of England vs India 2nd Test 2021 - India tour of England 5-match Test series of the 2nd Test match played between India and England at Lord's, London in 12th August to 16th August 2021.

England vs India 2nd Test 2021 Highlights
Mohammed Siraj sparks celebrations in the Indian camp with his double-strike © Getty Images


Match Stats :
  • India's 151-run win was their largest victory by terms of runs against England at Lord's in Test matches and It is their third biggest win against England in England soil in Tests.
  • This is the India's third Test match win at Lord's and their eighth win in England soil in Tests.
  • 126 : Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul set up the eighth highest first-wicket partnership for India against England in Test matches and India's fifth highest opening stand against England in England soil in Tests.
  • 117 : KL Rahul and Virat Kohli set up the sixth highest third-wicket partnership for India against England in England soil in Test matches.
  • India's 364 was their sixth highest score against England at Lord's in Test matches.
  • 39 years and 14  days : James Anderson became the oldest pace bowler to claim a five-wicket haul in Tests since 1951 after Richard Hadlee (39 years and 2 days).
  • James Anderson 5 for 62 was his 31st 5-wicket haul or more wickets for England in Test matches and the sixth in the list of most five-wicket haul or more wickets in Tests.
  • 5 : James Anderson's 5 for 62 was his sixth best bowling figures against India in Test matches and the second most five-wicket haul or more wickets by an England bowler against India in Test matches after Ian Botham's (6).
  • James Anderson's four five-wicket hauls was the most by any player against India at a single ground in Test matches after Sydney Barnes' five five-fors against Australia at Melbourne Cricket Ground.
  • This is the James Anderson's 7th five-for at Lord's - was his joint most five-wicket hauls for England at any venue in Test matches, jointly his seven five-fors at Trent Bridge.
  • 22 : Joe Root equalled a joint third most centuries hit for England in Test matches, jointly with Ian Bell, Geoff Boycott, Colin Cowdrey and Wally Hammond.
  • 7 : Joe Root equalled a joint most centuries hit by an England batsman against India in Test matches, jointly with Alastair Cook and the joint fifth most centuries hit by any batsman against India in Tests.
  • Joe Root's unbeaten 180 was his joint ninth highest score for England in Test matches and his second highest-score against India in Tests.
  • Joe Root's 180* was the fifth highest score for England against India at Lord's in Test matches.
  • 121 : Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow set up the fifth highest fourth-wicket partnership for England against India at Lord's in Test matches.
  • 100 : Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane set up the record fourth-wicket partnership for India against England at Lord's in Test matches
  • 89* : Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah set up the second highest ninth-wicket partnership for India against England in Test matches and the fourth highest ninth-wicket stand at Lord's in Tests.
  • India's 298 was their fifth highest score against England at Lord's in Test matches.
  • England's 120 was their lowest score against India at Lord's in Test matches, previous lowest was 134 in 1936 and It is their third worst total against India at home venue in Tests.

KL Rahul's classy century, Mohammed Siraj's four-for, Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane's century stand before No.9 and 10 batsmen Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah's show sets up to India's record 151-run victory over England and take a 1-0 lead in a historic game of the second Test match.

KL Rahul's unbeaten century and Rohit Sharma's half-century build the foundation for India in the day 1 of the second Test match.

Joe Root's unbeaten 49 as second day ends in balance after James Anderson's five-for in the second Test.

Joe Root's masterclass unbeaten 180* and Jonny Bairstow's half-century helped to England edge 27-run lead in the day 3 of the second Test match.

Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane's dogged century stand keeps india in the game before Mark Wood and Moeen Ali's late strikes push England ahead in the day 4 of the second Test match

India 1st Innings scored 364 for all-out in 126.1 overs with top scorer by KL Rahul 129 off 250-balls - which was his 6th Test hundred and his third century against England in Tests.

Rohit Sharma struck 83 off 145-balls including 11-fours & a six, Virat Kohli 42, Ravindra Jadeja 40 and Rishabh Pant 37.

1st Innings England best bowler by James Anderson claimed a 5-wicket haul for 62-runs in 29-overs including seven maidens, Ollie Robinson, Mark Wood both took 2-wickets and one for Moeen Ali.

England 1st Innings scored 391 for all-out in 128-overs at Stumps - with top scorer by Joe Root 180 not out off 321-balls - which was his 22nd Test hundred and his seventh century against India in Tests - including 18-fours.

Jonny Bairstow 57, Rory Burns 49 off 136-balls - who fell one-run short of his half-century, Moeen Ali 27 and Jos Buttler 23.

1st Innings India best bowler by Mohammed Siraj claimed a 4-wickets for 95-runs in 26-overs including three maidens, Ishanth Sharma picked up 3-wickets and Mohammed Shami took 2-wickets.

India 2nd Innings scored 298-8 declared in 109.3 overs with top scorer by Ajinkya Rahane 61, Mohammed Shami 56, Cheteshwar Pujara 45, Jasprit Bumrah 34 not out, Rishabh Pant 21, Rohit Sharma 21, Virat Kohli 20 and Ishant Sharma 16.

2nd Innings England best bowler by Mark Wood picked up 3-wickets, Ollie Robinson, Moeen Ali both took 2-wickets and one for Sam Curran.

England 2nd Innings scored 120 for all-out in 51.5 overs with top scorer by Joe Root 33, Jos Buttler 25, Moeen Ali 13.

2nd Innings India's best bowler by Mohammed Siraj claimed a 4-wickets for 32-runs in 10.5-overs, Jasprit Bumrah picked up 3-wickets, Ishanth Sharma took 2-wickets for 13-runs in 10-overs including three maidens and Mohammed Shami took 1-wicket for 13-runs in 10-overs included five maidens.

KL Rahul named Player of the match for his classic batting performance to scored a 129-runs knocked off facing 250-balls including 12-fours and a six.

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