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India vs England – “Unhappy To Lose My Report”: South African Spinner Robin Peterson’s Cheeky Response To Stuart Broad’s 35-Run Over | Cricket Information

Stuart Broad has bowled the costliest over in Checks© AFP

England pacer Stuart Broad on Saturday bowled the costliest over in Check cricket as he gave away 35 runs within the ongoing match towards India at Edgbaston, Birmingham. 29 runs got here from the bat from the bat of India stand-in captain Jasprit Bumrah whereas the remaining have been extras. Because of this, Broad broke the file of South Africa spinner Robin Peterson as he ended up making a gift of 28 runs towards West Indies in 2003.

As Broad bowled the costliest over, Peterson reacted on Twitter, saying he’s unhappy to lose his file.

“Unhappy to lose my file right this moment, oh effectively, data are made to be damaged, I suppose. Onto the following one,” tweeted Peterson.

Broad conceded 4, 5 wides, 6 (no-ball), 4, 4, 4, 6 and 1 within the 84th over and because of this, he gave away 35 runs. You will need to be aware that Stuart Broad has the costliest over in T20Is in addition to he was smashed for six sixes by Yuvraj Singh within the 2007 T20 World Cup.


India have been bowled out for 416 within the first innings of the continuing Edgbaston Check. Rishabh Pant and Ravindra Jadeja scored centuries for India whereas James Anderson took 5 wickets for England.  Pant scored 146 whereas Jadeja scored 104 for Crew India. Jasprit Bumrah then dismissed Alex Lees cheaply and at lunch on Day 2, England’s rating learn 16/1.

Within the ongoing Check, England had received the toss and Ben Stokes opted to bowl. India are at the moment main the five-match Check collection 2-1.

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