India captain Jasprit Bumrah broke Brian Lara's Test record as he released a late assault on England pacer Stuart Broad on Day 2 of the 5th Test at Edgbaston on Saturday.

Bumrah went berserk on his captaincy debut as India collected 35 runs off Broad's last over of the innings.

Jasprit Bumrah

4 Wd5 N6 4 4 4 6 1: Bumrah were given his first boundary with a top edge on the hook at fine-leg and then Broad's bouncer went over wicketkeeper Sam Billings for five wides.

Jasprit Bumrah

India got seven runs off his third ball as Bumrah top-edged a pull-over to the third guy for six and Broad overstepped.

The next 3 deliveries were hammered for 3 consecutive boundaries as Bumrah crashed a full toss through mid-on,

then inside-edged a 4 to fine leg before smashing one to the square leg boundary and tumbling over.

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Bumrah pulled the next delivery for a six-over-deep backward square leg to make it the most expensive over in the history of Test cricket. Broad conceded a single on the last delivery of the over.

This meant that Broad broke R Peterson's record to bowl the most expensive over in the records of Test cricket. The record for the most expensive over in Test cricket held by Brian Lara,

who smashed 28 runs (4 6 6 4 4 4) off South African Robin Peterson in December 2003.

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George Bailey (Australia) and Keshav Maharaj (South Africa) had also hit 28 runs in an over previously.

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India's score changed into 375 when Broad came to bowl and England would certainly have hoped to restrict them to below 400,

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however a crazy over which went for 35 runs took India past the 400-mark and gave them the momentum at the break.

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