Jasprit Bumrah took his second five-wicket haul to put India on brink of victory against England in the third Test at Trent Bridge on Tuesday.England were 311/9 at the end of fourth day’s play and India need just one more wicket to win the match. On the other hand, England have to survive a whole day and need 210 to win.Four of Bumrah’s five wickets came in the final session of the fourth day. The pacer dismissed England captain Joe Root in the first session and was made to wait for long. But his second wicket of the match prove to be the most important one.Bumrah dismissed Jos Buttler, who scored his maiden century in the match, to break the stubborn 169-run stand between the batsman and Ben Stokes. He later went on to dismiss Jonny Bairstow, Chris Woakes and Stuart Broad.Trent Bridge Test: India need 1 wicket to win on final day vs EnglandIt was also Bumrah’s first match of the series. Bumrah has missed all of India’s matches in England before this match – 3 T20Is, 3 ODIs and 2 Tests – after injuring his left thumb in the first T20I against Ireland in Dublin.India vs England, 3rd Test, Day 4: HighlightsBumrah’s first five-wicket haul came against South Africa in the away series earlier this year. In the Johannesburg Test, Bumrah snared five for 54 in the first innings as India won the match by 63 runs.Here’s how bumrah took his five wickets:24.3 – J. Bumrah to Joe RootOUT! This is a tremendous catch by KL Rahul. India have improved exceptionally well with their catching in this Test match, especially in the slip cordon. A needless push by Root though. He batted well so far, was very cautious while leaving deliveries outside his off stump. But this time he got sucked into one. Bumrah serves it on a back of a length outside off, holding its line, Root tries to punch it off his back foot but gets a fat outside edge behind to second slip. It’s travelling and KL Rahul stationed there does nicely to stretch his hands out to his right to grab the catch. He straightaway runs in joy and does a ‘Delle Alli challenge’ celebration towards one of his teammates in the dressing room.advertisement82.3 – J. Bumrah to Jos ButtlerOUT! It’s out! Buttler walks after a magnificent innings. He managed to keep the Indian bowlers at bay along with Stokes with a record-breaking 169-run partnership. Coming to the ball – It was fullish around off, coming in with the angle and Buttler left it. That was his undoing. The ball kept on coming in and hit him on his knee roll. Bumrah started celebrating straightaway and the umpire raises his finger without any doubt in his mind. Buttler goes for a desperate review. The replays roll in. It is just clipping the top of the stumps and that’s all Bumrah and India need. A breakthrough for the tourists after what felt like ages.Jos Buttler, dropped on 1 by Rishabh Pant, slams maiden Test hundred82.4 – J. Bumrah to J. BairstowOUT! Two in two. Are you kidding me? What a peach to bowl to a new batsman. This is unplayable. Bairstow has no chance of getting any bat to it. He lands one on a length around off and gets it to straighten from there. Bairstow plays the line but the ball goes past the outside edge of his bat and rattles the off pole. England, all of a sudden, six down and they are still 290 runs behind.84.4 – J. Bumrah to C. WoakesOUT! Gone! Another one bites the dust. Bumrah is on fire. Unplayable this. He digs in a short bat, targeting the grille of Woakes. Pandya mentioned in an interview that Woakes has a problem with the short ball and Bumrah kept that in his mind. He puts Woakes in a tangle who tries to evade it but does not get his bat out of the way. The ball kisses his gloves and Pant takes a jumping catch behind.96.2 – J. BUMRAH TO S. BROADOUT! Gone, this time he is gone. Finally the 5-fer Bumrah was waiting for, his second in this format. What a performance from the comeback man. He has ran through England’s lower-order with the second new ball ever so easily.