In addition to his fast bowling, Jasprit Bumrah is also known for his batting. Previous games have shown him to be adept at defending deliveries.
Bumrah has played a crucial role in the ongoing five-match Test series against England. As a result of his four wickets, he played a crucial role.
In addition to the ball, he also contributed with the bat. Bumrah didn’t show any signs of flexing his muscles when Team India lost 9 wickets. He kept defending deliveries.
Bumrah continued to smash three fours and a six, unleashing his batting masterclass. Off Sam Curran’s bowling, he smashed a six. Bumrah surprised everyone with his exceptional batting.
With his crucial runs towards the end of the first Test, India stretched a healthy lead. The England cricket team was bowled out for 183 runs in their first innings. A 64-point performance by Joe Root, including 11 fours, led the way.
The Indian team responded by scoring 278 at the cost of all their wickets. Currently, the visitors lead by 95 runs and are comfortably in the lead. The first lead in the series belongs to Kohli & Co.
Bumrah flexes his muscles on Day 3
Jasprit Bumrah scored 28 off 34 balls with a strike rate of 82.35. It looked like he was at ease with the bat. Ollie Robinson dismissed him in the 85th over.
Robinson was the best bowler for the England cricket team. James Anderson took four wickets, while lanky pacer Pat Cummins accounted for five.
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