Paul Collingwood opined after the opening day's play that getting India finishing with anything around 360-370 would be satisfactory from England's point of viiew. India were, after all, seven down overnight. The visitors, though, sprang a surprise to add 78 to their overnight score concluding with an imposing 416.
Ravindra Jadeja grabbed the headlines by notching up a well-deserved first Test century (104) away from home while Jasprit Bumrah consigned Stuart Broad to an unwanted record, that of bowling the most expensive over in the history of Test cricket.
BOOM BOOM BUMRAH IS ON FIRE WITH THE BAT 🔥🔥— Sony Sports Network (@SonySportsNetwk) July 2, 2022
3️⃣5️⃣ runs came from that Broad over 👉🏼 The most expensive over in the history of Test cricket 🤯
Tune in to Sony Six (ENG), Sony Ten 3 (HIN) & Sony Ten 4 (TAM/TEL) – https://t.co/tsfQJW6cGi#ENGvINDLIVEonSonySportsNetwork #ENGvIND pic.twitter.com/Hm1M2O8wM1