India's paceman shine with both bat and ball on Monday when Virat Kohli's team thrashed England by 151 runs in the Lord's second test. The victory gave India a 1-0 lead in a five-match series after their third win in 19 test matches at home of cricket after a match draw at Trent Bridge. England, who were to win 272 in least 60 overs on last day, were sent off to 120. They were in dire straits at 1-2 after Jaspreet Burmrah and Mohamed Shami knocked out openers Rory Burns and Dom Sibley. without anything.
His teammate Mohamed Siraj then continued the game with a score of 4-32, a comeback that saw him finish the game by bowling No11 James Anderson's.
Previously, Shami, with 56 not out, and Bumrah (34 not out) had the highest scores in the tests and shared a standing position on ninth wicket with a score of 89, India their innings on 298-8.
Then Bumrah had burns wicket with nothing when the lefthander was caught from a leading edge at wide mid-off.
The struggling Sibley followed soon afterwards when he nicked a superb Shami leg-cutter to wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant. It was the first time in 141 years of test cricket in England that both home opener was played for a duck in the innings.
Haseeb Hameed was dropped in the slips on four before his nine off 45 balls ended when lbw to an Ishant Sharma nip-backer, despite a review.
England's 67-4 at tea became 67-5 three balls after that when England captain Joe Root, who had a superb 180 no-out in the first innings, fell for 33 when edged a Bumrah ball that angled in to opposing captain Kohli at first slip Jos Buttler was dropped on two in the slips by Kohli off Bumrah.
But at the other end, Siraj hit twice on successive balls to leave England 67-5, with Moen Ali getting caught by a Kohli before Sam Curran completes pair edging to pant.
New batsman Olly Robinson, on the England team without Ben Stokes, took a break from all cricket due to mental health issues and teammate Chris Wokes (heel injury), gamely resisted for 35 balls.
But Robinson finally had the lbw on review for Bumrah, who finished with impressive numbers of 3-33 in 15 overs. His exit started collapse that saw England lost their last three wickets all on 120, with Buttler caught behind for 25 before Anderson fell.
India resumed Monday on 181-6, a lead of 154. Robinson struck with the new ball so the danger Pant was caught behind for 22, with India now 194-7.
With Shami and Bumrah consistently scoring, Root put spinner Mooen Ali back in to attack. Bumrah, however, was dropped on 22 by first slip Root off Mooen Ali. Shami passed his second 50 in 53 tests in driving successive Mooen Ali deliveries for four and six off to reach the landmark in just 57 balls. This innings recalls his 51 not out against England at Nottingham's Trent Bridge in 2014. Bumrah also topped his highest test score for the second time in the series after 28 at Nottingham.