Bumrah’s exceptional performance in the home Test match saw him claim 6 wickets for just 45 runs in 15.5 overs. At the one-hour mark in the second session on Saturday, the Indian team’s morale began to wane as Zak Crawley unleashed a relentless assault on their bowling attack, scoring 76 runs off 78 balls after the Lunch break. Yashasvi Jaiswal scored an impressive 209 in only his sixth Test match. India ended the day with a slight advantage in the second Test, with Rohit Sharma and Yashasvi Jaiswal remaining unbeaten on 13 and 15 runs, respectively. India will aim to assert their dominance and bat England out of contention on what promises to be an enthralling day of cricket on Sunday.