Burns and Sibley became the first English opening pair to register ducks on their own soil in the same innings.
While Burns registered his fifth duck of the calendar year, Dom Sibley’s dismissal became the 10th time an English opener has registered a blob in a calendar year.
Just before England’s second innings begin, Virat Kohli asks his bowlers to ensure that English batsmen face 60 overs in hell and Burns and Sibley face.
Burns was dismissed in the first over of the match as he eventually missed an attempt to flee Jasprit Bumrah directly to Mohammed Siraj with a short cover.
Dom Sibley perished in the ensuing thanks to a peach from a delivery of Mohammed Shami, one that was repaired from the seam to take the faintest edges.
All of a sudden England was ½ and once again the onus of caring for the ship fell on Joe Root’s shoulders.
But the hostility of the Indian quartet was too much to handle, even for someone like Root, who subsequently slammed a long delivery from Bumrah to Tea to hammer the last nail in the coffin of England.
Siraj then ran through the lower order as he claimed four of the last five wickets, while Jasprit Bumrah entered with the important scalp of Ollie Robinson in the back, while India completed a famous victory of 151 runs at the ‘Home of Cricket’ has. .